OSA ANNUAL GOLF DAY
HOLSWORTHY GOLF CLUB
FRIDAY 26th AUGUST 2016
BACON BAPS & COFFEE @ 12.30pm
18-HOLE INDIVIDUAL STABLEFORD from 1.15pm
2 COURSE MEAL @ 6.45pm
£35 per person (concessions for Holsworthy members)
£16 meal only
As it is the College’s 175th Anniversary we would like to make it a special occasion and welcome partners to the meal and prize giving afterwards.
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Two Shebbear College boys selected for the U15 NatWest Schools Cup Academy Day Squad!
Full story – http://www.englandrugby.com/news/natwest-schools-cup-academy-day-squads-announced/
Shebbear College invites you to the 25th Midsummer Ball
Celebrating 175 years of Shebbear College
Hosted by the Friends of Shebbear College and the Old Shebbearian Association.
A grand marquee in the grounds of Shebbear College
Welcome drinks at 6.30pm
3 course gourmet meal from Dartmoor Kitchen
Prize draw & charity auction
Live music from ‘Joey the Lips’
Carriages 1.00am #Dress Code: Black Tie
Tickets: £75.00 per Head, Tables of 10 available
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The 108th Reunion Dinner proved to be a great success as more than 100 Shebbearians attended and enjoyed an evening of good company and entertaining speeches.
Apart from the headmaster, Simon Weale and his wife, Rebecca, the guests included the recently retired Head of Boarding, Lin Quirk, Head of Music, Kevin Parker and a Shebbearian still very much involved in the life of the college, Ted Lott.
Numbers were certainly boosted this year by the attendance of a group of more than twenty Shebbearians who attended the college in the 1970s and, as the pictures show, they certainly seemed to enjoy their evening.
President, Andrew Friend, said that he had very much enjoyed his year in office and felt that much stronger links had been forged between the OSA and school in recent times.
Simon Weale endorsed Andrew’s views and thanked him for his work during his year as President and then went on to give a most favourable report on the school in what had been, at times, a difficult year. He looked forward to developing even more the link between the OSA and college.
After the Head Boy, Ross Bennett and Head Girl, Abby Selwyn had given their speech, Paul Lockyer was given the President’s chain and KayGiddy accepted her nomination as Vice-President for 2016.
Old Shebbearian Clara Nielson made her debut for the England Women’s National Academy rugby team in a 22-19 victory over Canada’s Maple Leafs at Esher Rugby Football Club.
She is now just one step away from a full England cap.
Congratulations Clara from the OSA.