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OG Visits to Gordonstoun

OG visits are continuing to be very popular with six OG visits since the beginning of term.  It is always wonderful to welcome back former pupils and three of the OG’s visiting this term brought their families with them to see their old alma mater. They had travelled from as far a field as Germany, Australia the USA and the Falkland Islands and they were all delighted to see Gordonstoun in such rude health. Franziska Thiede even managed to visit Ocean Spirit of Moray at anchor in Plockton and what a wonderful surprise then she discovered a picture of herself and some of her contemporaries on the harbour at Hopeman adorning the wheelhouse! The following have joined us for lunch and a tour with the student Captains of GA this term.

Peter Muller (1954)

Roland Hass (1967

Franziska Thiede (nee Campbell) (1975)

Erin Hoover (1976)

Fiona Tait (nee Grozier) (1985)

Darren Christie (2000)

If you would like to come and visit us please contact the GA office and we would be delighted to see you!


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