Alumni News

 


OG Arts & Literary Dinner - postponed new date TBC

The first-ever gathering of OGs who are writers, actors, musicians, visual artists, publishers, film and television producers or otherwise involved or interested in the creative arts. Partners are welcome to come along. Click the link above to register your interest in the dinner.


Appointment of Director of Development and Alumni Relations Officer

Glenalmond College has recently appointed a Director of Development and an Alumni Relations Officer to form their new Development team. Dr Michael Alderson, Warden of Glenalmond College, extended a warm welcome to Nalini and Amber. “These appointments strengthen our team further and mean we are now well-positioned to take our engagement with our global community of former pupils to a new level.


Glenalmond College Announces Council Update

Glenalmond College has announced that Niall Booker will continue for a second, three-year term as Chairman of its Governing Council. Two new members of the Council have also been announced, with the appointment of David Fox-Pitt MBE and Christopher Reynolds.


Glenalmond Minibus Driver Congratulated for 20 Years of Service

A Glenalmond College minibus driver has this week stepped down from behind the wheel, after two decades of transporting pupils to and from the leading Perthshire independent school. Willie Simpson, who is also a well-known local farmer and breeder of prize-winning Highland ponies, is retiring from his driving duties. However, he still intends to keep playing at events, including Glenalmond ceilidhs, with his renowned Scottish country dance band. Glenalmond College has a fleet of liveried vehicles which provide a free transport service for families with children attending the school. The routes covered by Willie and his fellow drivers range from as far afield as Aberfeldy, Auchterarder, Rait, Bridge of Earn, Dunning and Crieff. New bus routes to meet local demand, including Burrelton and Glenfarg, are planned for next year.