A packed Bishop’s Finger was the venue on 1 November for the reunion for 50 or so Old Haberdashers celebrating Fifty Years since starting at the School in September 1967.
Organised by Alan Newman and David Mushin (in conjunction with the HABS Foundation), the event was a great success, with all sharing jokes and stories of their time at the School, whilst enjoying a drink and nibbles in very convivial company.
Old Boys came from far and wide to be there, though it is unclear as to who had travelled the farthest. Was it North Wales or Exeter?. Or much, much further?
The evening also wasn’t without incident as at least one table was decimated in the crush!
Director of Foundation, Mr Roger Llewellyn added “It was a wonderful occasion, and so good to hear of the shared great affection for the School and tales of the inspirational teachers who made our Old Boys’ time there so life-changing.”
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