Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Hartlebury, Worcestershire

Annual Dinner 2015

The 2015 Annual Dinner, the 86th and 116th anniversary of the formation of the HOEA, will be held on Saturday 28 March 2015 at the School.

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Biennial General Meeting

Notice is hereby given of a Biennial General Meeting of the Hartlebury Old Elizabethans' Association (HOEA), to be held on Saturday, 28 March 2015 at the New Elizabethan School, Hartlebury, Worcestershire, immediately prior to the Annual Dinner.

Agenda

1.         Record apologies

2.         Minutes of previous BGM (23/3/13)

3.         Matters arising from the Minutes

4.         Proposed updated Constitution

5.         President’s Report

6.         Treasurer’s Report

7.         Election of Officers

8.         Election of Committee members

            (NB Les Banks, Dave Drew, Dave Gilbert, Kevin Smith for re-election)

9.         Election of Auditors / Account Examiners

10.       Any other Business

Minutes of the last BGM, held on Saturday, 23 March 2013 are available here (download PDF).

All welcome.


Annual Dinner 2014

The 2014 Annual Dinner, the 85th and 115th anniversary of the formation of the HOEA, was held on Saturday 12 April 2014 at the School.

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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.