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OG Visits in June

We had eight OGs 'pop-in' for a visit in June; a number of OGs brought their families and friends with them, often travelling from far afield to visit their old School. Many came for lunch in the Refectory, and then a guided tour of the school in the company of some Sixth Form students. These visits continue to prove very popular and the GA office is always delighted to make an appointment for former students to come back and visit the school.

June 2011 'Pop-Ins':

  • Marshall Munro (Duffus 2000)
  • Julian Harrison (Altyre 1987)
  • Jimmy Main (Cumming 1943)
  • Iain Menmir (Bruce 1990)
  • Neil Kippen (Cumming 1972)
  • David Ketchum (Altyre 1971)
  • Frauke Poche-Nommsen (Windmill 1979)
  • David Hobbs (Altyre 1979)

As well as the many pop-in visits, the Class of 1991 Reunion took place on Saturday 4 June, attracting a group of twelve OGs back to Gordonstoun.

On Saturday 11 June the first ever Gordonstoun Classic Car Rally took place from Drummuir Castle through 100 miles of stunning scenery and ending at the Aberlour Junior Highland Games within the grounds of Gordonstoun.  This was a fantastic event with eleven OGs returning with their Classic Cars for the event.

 


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