Forthcoming Events
Old Bromsgrovians and their guest/partner are invited to dine in style at the Lansdowne Club, Pall Mall, London for a special Alumni Dinner. Tickets are £70 per person, and tables of up to 10 people can be accomodated on a first come, first served basis. Invitations will be sent out to all eligible OBs by email.

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Our London Dinner for Old Bromsgrovians will take place on the evening of Friday, 18th January 2019. This event will be held in the Long Gallery and Ballroom at The Lansdowne Club set in the heart of Mayfair, just off Berkeley Square, and kindly hosted by Richard Noake (Elmshurst 1959-1964), a Trustee of Bromsgrove School Foundation.

We warmly welcome Old Bromsgrovian Charles Byrne (Lyttelton 1979-1985) as our guest speaker.

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Venue: The Anglo-German Club, Harvestehuder Weg 44, 20149 Hamburg

We are delighted to invite our Germany-based Old Bromsgrovians and friends of the School to a drinks reception on Saturday, 6th April 2019. The event will take place in the lounge/fireplace room at the Anglo-German Club in Hamburg at 11.30am. We hope that you will be able to come along and enjoy reconnecting with Bromsgrove colleagues and friends.

This event is purely a social occasion for our current and former parents, Old Bromsgrovians and friends of Bromsgrove School living in Germany, to meet informally with Miss Scannell and myself. We are also delighted to welcome Mr Philip Bowen, who retired as Deputy Headmaster in 2015. Mr Bowen is looking forward to hearing what you have been up to since leaving Bromsgrove.

The dress code is lounge suits with ties and equivalent dress for ladies.

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Our Tenth Anniversary Foundation Lecture will take place on Thursday, 7th March 2019. This event will be held in The Mountbatten Room, with pre and post drinks in the adjacent Committee Room, at The RAC Club, located on Pall Mall. With thanks to Foundation Trustee, Mark Escolme (Lupton 1980-1975) for acting as host member.

We warmly welcome Dr Sonya Hill (Hazeldene 1983-1993) as our guest speaker. Dr Hill has a particular expertise in exotic wildlife, beginning her academic life as a biological anthropologist, and gaining valuable field experience with the Jane Goodall Institute in Tanzania, as well as husbandry and research experience in several UK zoos.

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