Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Hartlebury, Worcestershire

Annual Dinner 2016

The 2016 Annual Dinner, the 87th and 117th anniversary of the formation of the HOEA, will take place on Saturday 19 March 2016 at the Cambian New Elizabethan School. Tickets cost just £22.00 and may be purchased from Rotary Printers, Stourport-on-Severn, or David Allen, e-mail:  dsallen10@gmail.com

This year the Guest Speaker is Chris Dunn, pupil at the school from 1961 to 1968.

The Association is greatly indebted to Craig Moreton, Principal of The Cambian New Elizabethan School, for the use of the school for our Annual Dinner.

PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT – After Friday 5 March tickets will only be available from Dave Allen.

The bar will be open from 6.00pm and we will commence dinner promptly at 7.00pm. 

Dress Code is Lounge Suits.

Bob Taylor

It is with great sadness that we received the news that Bob Taylor (at the School 1961-1968) has died after a short illness.
 
The funeral for Bob will take place at Wyre Forest Crematorium on Thursday 17th March at 11am.

Kindly email at bob.tazzer.taylor@gmail.com if you plan to attend.
 
Family flowers only, any donations to St. Richards Hospice, Worcester. Please wear an item of colour.


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Hartlebury Old Elizabethans Association (HOEA) is an organisation formed by the Old Boys of the Queen Elizabeth I Grammar School, Hartlebury, Worcestershire, UK. The Association continues to hold successful annual reunion dinners at the School, usually on the Saturday immediately prior to Easter. It is managed by a Committee, chaired by a President and comprising elected members including an Honorary Secretary and an Honorary Treasurer. All committee members are volunteers. The Association currently maintains a satisfactory financial position.

The Association supports a number of undergraduates with bursaries, is custodian of a wide variety of School archive material and memorabilia and from time to time publishes relevant material concerning the School and its long and fascinating history.