Home   Framlingham   Article

Subscribe Now

Ed Sheeran returns to Thomas Mills High School, Framlingham, to open Gingerbread Studio





Singer Ed Sheeran popped back to his former school to open its new state-of-the-art recording studio.

The singer songwriter, known internationally for mega-hits including Shape of You and Castle on the Hill, visited Thomas Mills High School and Sixth Form, Framlingham, on Thursday.

Sheeran, who grew up the town, unveiled Gingerbread Studios and gave advice to budding musicians.

Ed Sheeran returned to his old school to open its new recording studio. Picture: submitted
Ed Sheeran returned to his old school to open its new recording studio. Picture: submitted

Funded by the Framlingham Foundation, the facility was designed and built by Studio People and Elliston Steady Hawes Ltd and is estimated to have cost £250,000.

The school said: “Amazing to welcome Ed Sheeran to open The Gingerbread Studios this evening.

“We’re delighted to have our own recording studios so our pupils can write and record their own music and learn production skills.

He opened the studio with the help of school band, The Mess.