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July 6, 2018

Inviting all OSs to sign up to the OS Platform

OSs please can you register for the OS Platform. The site provides you with OS and School news, enables you to search and connect with fellow OSs, informs you of upcoming OS events, enables you to find mentors and be mentors and enables you to network. You can also post job opportunities on the site and it has the functionality for you to support younger OSs with their career development if of interest. The site will also be available to download as an app in the next week so you can access it via your mobile phone or tablets. You...
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OS Hong Kong Drinks Reception 13th Nov 2018

OSs are warmly invited to the next OS Hong Kong event. The Chairman of Governors, Hugh Blair, Principal, Andrew Fleck and Chief Operating Officer, Peter Marshall will be attending the reception at the Foreign Correspondents Club with the Old Sedberghian Club of Hong Kong. The evening will be a special occasion as it will celebrate the opening of the new Sedbergh School in Fuzhou, China. The reception will be held on Tuesday November 13th from 6.30pm. The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, North Block, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong If you are interested in attending please use the...
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OS Sports Weekend – Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd September 2018

SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2018 OS Sports Dinner in celebration of the new Hirst Centre Venue: The Black Bull Hotel, 44 Main Street, Sedbergh, LA10 5BL Drinks served in the bar at 7pm, dinner served at 7:30pm Partners Welcome Two course Dinner with accommodation is £50 Two Course Dinner is £25 without accommodation There will be a number of current teachers at the event as well as past teachers. We are delighted to announce that Christopher and Sara Hirst will be attending the weekend. To book for the event please do so via the link https://www.trybooking.co.uk/FIV Places are limited so please...
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A Message from the Chairman

Fellow Siblings of Sedbergh, I hope this newsletter finds you well. Our Alumni Director, the debonair Ben Collins, and myself have been continuing the good work of the Pilgrimage. We have been on a road trip to Belgium and France to visit some of the fallen. By now many of you will have heard that the OS Club has undertaken something quite special. We, collectively, set out in 2014 to visit the final resting place of every one of our fallen from the First World War, and to do so by 11th November 2018. Of the 257 names inscribed upon...
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