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Gordonstoun: An Enduring Vision - The Launch!

The long awaited book Gordonstoun: An Enduring Vision is now in its final proofing stage. The book tells the story of Gordonstoun’s first 75 years and includes a wonderful collection of anecdotes and memories, with stunning photos from Gordonstoun’s history. It is due for publication by the first week in July. You can have a look at a sample preview of the book at the following link:

http://tinyurl.com/4yanubv

If you would like to order a copy of the book you can do so by visiting the following site:

www.gordonstounbook.com

The official launch of the book will take place on Sunday 10 July 2011 between 2pm - 5pm on board Ocean Spirit of Moray, Gordonstoun’s 80 foot Oyster class ketch, which will be berthed in Greenock for the start of the Tall Ships Race 2011. The GA would like to invite you, your friends and family, to a drinks reception on-board, between 2pm and 5pm. This will provide an opportunity to have a look at both the book and the vessel and also to see some of the other ships involved in the race.  If you would like to attend this event, please contact Lucy Wickens, GA Office Secretary at ga@gordonstoun.org.uk or telephone +44 (0) 1343 837922.

 

 

 


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