Annual Dinner 2017

Biennial Meeting - Agenda 2017.doc
Microsoft Word document [45.0 KB]
BGM minutes 2015.doc
Microsoft Word document [46.5 KB]
Dinner letter 2017.doc
Microsoft Word document [105.5 KB]

NOTICE

 

Hartlebury Old Elizabethans’ Association
BIENNIAL GENERAL MEETING
 Saturday 8th. April 2017 at 6.00pm (prior to the Annual Dinner)
CAMBIAN NEW ELIZABETHAN SCHOOL, HARTLEBURY  

Download documents above.

 

 

A message from Mr David Allen, President, HOEA

Dear Old Boys,

As promised at last year's annual dinner, the committee examined the responses from assembled attendees and the overwhelming opinion was to maintain the status quo with regards to the timing of our dinner.

This year’s dinner will be held on the Saturday preceding Palm Sunday and will, therefore, take place on Saturday 8 April 2017 at the School.

The committee has also been looking at organising another event in 2017 as it will be 40 years since the school’s closure. We thought this might be an open-type event, possibly with a cricket match and other attractions. Our thoughts are to plan this to take place in July. If you have any ideas or would like to help in the organisation of this event, please let me know (email: dsallen10@gmail.com).

Thank you.

...................................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................................

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.

Print Print | Sitemap
© 2017 All rights reserved.