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June 2012

We were very pleased to welcome an exclusive set of Old Bromsgrovians back to School on Monday 25th June 2012, for the annual Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Lunch.

Held in the Old Chapel, the OBs were joined by the Headmaster, Chris Edwards and Head Boy, Daniel Young along with key members of staff from the School and Foundation. Anna Rogers, Lower Fourth pupil and Music Scholar performed a short solo piece.

The lunch has become an annual fixture in the School calendar, aimed at thanking those that have expressed a desire to leave a lasting legacy in their will to Bromsgrove School.

Guests had a delightful lunch in the Old Chapel followed by a tour of the new developments and watched a cricket match on Lower Charford.

Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Lunch - 25th June 2012
Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Lunch - 25th June 2012
Anna Rogers (Music Scholar) at the Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Lunch - 25th June 2012
Daniel Young (Head Boy) at the Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Lunch - 25th June 2012
OBs taking a tour of the new Mary Windsor House, following the Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Lunch - 25th June 2012
 

 

 

March 2011

Bromsgrovians attended a lunch on 10th March 2011 for the Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Society. Guests were entertained by the barbershop singing group "Close Shave" and Richard Brookes (Lupton 1961-1965) spoke about the current developments taking place at School today.

 

December 2009

On 2nd December 2009 invited Bromsgrovians gathered for a lunch in the Old Chapel hosted by Headmaster Chris Edwards and guest speaker Professor Sir Michael Drury (Lupton 1939-1943) who introduced the concept of the Sir Thomas Cookes Legacy Society.

Edward Lane, John Rose, Ian MacGregor
Roy Haines, Professor Sir Michael Drury
John Rogers (Foundation Trustee), Roger Brazier, Arhtur Moore
David Stembridge, John Eardley
CCF Corps of Drums
John Rose, Anthony Webb