Notice: sponsored cycle ride

A message from John Rendle...

 

You probably know that my father, Michael Rendle, passed away just over a year ago and that he had been active member of the Old Elizabethans for many years.


About two years before he died he was diagnosed with Alzheimers Disease but it was only near the end of his life that we saw the real impact of this.  I'm taking part in the London100 cycle ride at the end of July to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society and I wonder if any Old Boys who knew Mike would like to support me by making a donation. This would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.


I'm am taking donations through a Just Going page:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/johnrendle

 

Roll of Honour

Old Boys killed in action

Click below to download a list of Old Elizabethans killed in World War 1

First WW old elizabethans.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [507.4 KB]

 

Click below to download a list of Old Elizabethans killed in World War 2

2nd WW old elizabethans.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [520.6 KB]

 

 

Note: Darryl Cope was killed in HMS Sheffield in the Falkland conflict, 14 May 1982.

 

 

 

A message from Mr David Allen, President, HOEA

Dear Old Boys,
The committee has examined the responses from assembled attendees and the overwhelming opinion was to maintain the status quo with regards to the timing of our dinner.


If you have any ideas, please let me know (email: dsallen10@gmail.com).

Thank you.

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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 a Saturday before 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.

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