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Past Presidents Lunch 2019

Past Presidents’ Lunch Friday 8th February 2019

11 Feb 2019
Events
While the winds howled and rains lashed across the rugby pitches, all was warm and hospitable inside the Longwood Lane clubhouse as Past Presidents, the current President, the Headmaster, Pauline Furze, Ann Revill and Anna Freeman gathered to celebrate the third such annual lunch.
 
The idea was the brainchild of the late Tat Ratcliffe and Don Furze but sadly it did not come to fruition until after Tat had passed away.
 
It gave all those present a wonderful opportunity to meet up again and catch up on news of School, Society and old friends.
 
President Melanie Guy spoke about the latest Bristolienses in its striking format and reminded those present of the Bristol dinner on 16th March as well as the London dinner to be held at the Kia Oval on May 14th.
 
The photograph shows L-R:
Back row: Keith Gerrish, Martin Sisman, Jack Prowting, David Yeandle, Don Furze and Philip Revill
Front row: David Perkins, Tony Warren, Anne Bradley, Headmaster Jaideep Barot, Melanie Guy, David Watts and Mike Burmester
 
Mike Burmester
I953-1964
 

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