manner in which one endures what must be endured is more important than
the thing that must be endured"
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The December OW 100 Club STAR draw was carried out at Darby’s at Swanton Morley and the winners were:-
The OW Christmas Newsletter has been emailed to those on our mailing list. If you have changed your email address recently and would like us to keep in touch with you by email - usually no more than twice a year - please get in touch with our Alumni Secretary, Caroline Hall with your new details.
The Christmas 2014 Newsletter can be seen by clicking on the image on the left.
Old Wymondhamians Travel Award
Last year's award winner Bella, is now at Uni in Manchester studying Art but has sent in a final report.
There are also photos which can be viewed with the following link:
|Students gathered on Remembrance Sunday to see a new memorial garden unveiled. Sadly the old memorial behind the pond had deteriorated badly over the years and a project was launched for students to come up with a design for a new one. It has also been moved to a larger, more prominent area on the grass by Peel Hall, and will act as a daily reminder of the history of the College site. As happens every year, poppy wreaths were laid by the Principal, representatives from the US Air Force at Lakenheath and Mildenhall, RAF Marham, the Governors, Old Wymondhamians and the College Combined Cadet Force. Click here for a link to an article in the EDP.|
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Will you be 60 in 2015?
A group of OWs who will be 60 in 2015 are planning a reunion on Saturday 18th July in the Norwich area. Please click here to see more details from Phil Robinson.
Will you be 70 in 2015?
Enid Stanbrook-Evans is organising a reunion on 3rd October 2015 for those alumni of the sixties who are fast approaching age 70. Please get in touch if you are interested in joining the reunion.
For previous updates please click here.
Leading Norfolk figure Lady Ralphs passes away at the age of 99
Norwich Evening News
She was governor of Norwich School, Wymondham College and Culford School and was president of the Norwich branch of the United Nations
“Do everything you can” to get your children a place at Wymondham ...
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Wymondham College has been included in a list of 20 schools society magazine Tatler claims are the “creme de la creme” of the state sector.
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|OW's in 2013||David Spinks has written a few words outlining our current situation and a call for new OWs to help with various functions on our Committee which can be found here.|
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