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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.
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Further details and registration information for our 2020 OG Oxbridge Dinner at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
If you have love fishing, and want to join us for an informal supper to discuss all things fishing, do please come along to our bar supper at the Anglesea Arms in South Kensington.
Places are strictly limited to 12 attendees only, so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.
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Click on the link above for further details and registration information for our 2020 OG Borders Dinner at The Townhouse, Melrose
A decade after she left Glenalmond College, professional golfer Carly Booth returned to her old school this week to meet staff and pupils and hear about the school’s exciting future plans for golf.
Carly, who won the Czech Ladies Open last year, spent time with pupils on the school’s stunning, snow-covered golf course before heading inside to view the brand new state-of-the-art golf hub. She said she was delighted to return to the Perthshire school, which will be showcasing its new golf facility to visitors at an Open Day on March 14th.
The golf hub was developed as part of an ambitious, on-going programme of investment by Glenalmond, to ensure it continues to grow its reputation as a centre of excellence for learning and the exceptional range of activities, including golf, offered in its 300 acre campus.
Staff at Glenalmond College in Perthshire have been getting behind an initiative to help wildlife affected by the Australian bushfires and creating pouches for joeys, wallabies and small marsupials, orphaned as a result of the devastating fires.
Glenalmond art teacher, Margaret Willington, asked colleagues to bring spare cotton fabric to school which she, and fellow members of staff, then converted into the much-needed pouches.
The pouches have now been shipped to Warriewood in New South Wales who will distribute them to animal aid centres in need.
Pupils from schools around the country took part in an exceptional afternoon of running - combining sunshine and snowstorms - this week at Glenalmond's Invitational Cross Country. Schools including Ardvreck, Fettes, Dollar, ESMS and Strathallan joined us for an afternoon of great running, including a brand new cross country course.
A former Glenalmond College pupil, who recently set five world records while rowing across one of the most treacherous stretches of water on the planet, is set to share his incredible story at an open day at his old school next month.
Jamie Douglas-Hamilton, who is also founder of ACTIPH Water, is set to inspire visitors with a talk about his adventures on the open sea at a Glenalmond Open Day on Saturday, March 14th.
Jamie was a member of a team of six who conquered the notorious Drake Passage, a 750-mile stretch of ocean connecting Cape Horn in Chile with Antarctica. For the first time in history, they successfully navigated the world’s most dangerous ocean in just a rowing boat.
Glenalmond pupils and staff gave former pupil, Rob Wainwright, a memorable send-off when he visited the school today this week ahead of his gruelling charity cycle.
Not only are the pupils sending their best wishes and moral support to Rob, a former captain of Scotland’s rugby team and British and Irish Lions player, they will also be joining him “in spirit” via Glenalmond’s own 24-hour cycling fundraiser.
A team of pupils from Glenalmond College in Perthshire were this week delighted to receive the news that they are through to the semi-finals of a prestigious national investment competition. The pupils, Kyle Maddox, Hamza Ramsan and Djordje Bojanic, were selected as semi-finalists from 9215 teams who entered the “Student Investor Challenge” run by the London Institute of Banking and Finance. Glenalmond Business Management teacher, Lisa Greenwell, a former pupil of Glenalmond College, said they were over the moon to have been short-listed from such a large entry.