On behalf of Andrew Barnard, the Headmaster of Eagle House School, we are delighted to warmly invite all former Eagle House pupils, parents and staff to join the Bicentenary celebrations for Eagle House in 2020. Founded in 1820 the school reaches this exciting landmark in its history and is keen to extend its celebrations to all who have been involved in this journey to be an outstanding prep school.
One of the main events in which Eagle House would love for you to join them at to celebrate the Schools history and achievement is their 200 Anniversary Ball. This event will be the chance to celebrate the achievements of the past 200 years and, also, to look forward to the next exciting chapter in Eagle House’s history. The Anniversary Ball will include live music, and fireworks, to accompany a lavish three course meal.
To book your tickets please visit: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/eaglehouseschool
We are delighted to announce we will be hosting our Pre-1959 OW Reunion at Wellington College and hope to see as many of you as possible. The plan for the day is as follows:
Chapel Service at 11:30am
Drinks from 12pm in Great School
Followed by Lunch at 1:15pm in Waterloo Hall
Afterwards a chance to take a wander down memory lane led by Chris Potter (C 65)
Tea and cake from 3.30pm in Great School
Tickets cost £15 each, and include a three course lunch with wine and afternoon tea.
Please do put the date in your diary now and spread the word to all those you are in touch with. Let us know if we can help further and we look forward to seeing you in September.Book your place »
6pm to 7pm on Zoom
Last year we embarked on an ambitious project to capture the memories of OWs who were at Wellington in the 1940s and 1950s. The response was fantastic, allowing us to put together a vivid and evocative picture of College life at that time. As we prepare to launch our Wellington Heritage website to showcase this material, we invite you to a virtual talk where we will join Archivist Caroline Jones as she chats to some of the OW contributors and uncovers fascinating stories of fagging, ‘fug rugby’, dining hall delicacies and classroom pranks.
We are delighted that OWs Henry Beverley (A 53), Alan Munro (T 53), Martin Kinna (M 58), and Christopher Miers (Bd 59) will be sharing their personal memories from their time at wellington.
To register your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org