It has been 30 years since many of us reconnected with each other, most certainly as a group. So, on Saturday 5th October 2019 we will have perhaps what will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to do so at our 30-year reunion celebration at the College.
Can it be really be true that it has been 30 years since we left school? It is hard to believe how the years have flown by- so much has changed but yet so much remains the same.
If you haven’t visited the College for a few years, you will be amazed. Much still remains recognisable, but the swimming pool has gone, the memorable Sports Hall has been raised to the ground with a fabulous new School for Science and Sport under construction. The entrance has a brand new tower, completed to Sir George Gilbert Scott’s original design. The squash courts have been replaced with a recital hall that overlooks the Home Ground and the quad has been completed. Overall, an amazing amount of work has been undertaken to create a school fit for the 21st century and I haven’t even listed it all here. But the best of all- there is a smart new café named after Simon Smith.
We are planning to have drinks on the lawn (!) and a semi-formal dinner in the College Dining Hall, inviting prominent members of the 1980’s Common Room team to join us, many of whom are still intimately connected with College life.
Kristy Adams (née Musgrave) (Fe. 1986-88)
Douglas Benzie (Ch. 1985-89)
JP Carpenter (Ha. 1984-89)
Faye Clews (née Beamont) (Fe. 1988-90)
Thomas Doig (Ch. 1986-90)
Michael Duggan (Ry. 1979-88)
Mat Ellis (Du. 1984-89)
Sean Fraser (Al. 1986-89)
Christopher Gates (Ry. 1985-90)
John Green (Ch. 1985-89)
Robert Holt (Sc. 1984-89)
Jay Littlewood (Ry. 1980-89)
Christopher Long (Du. 1984-89)
James Michael (Al. 1983-88)
Daniel Mottram (Al. 1982-90)
Nicola Shefras (Fe. 1988-90)
Helen Smith (Fe. 1988-90)