manner in which one endures what must be endured is more important than
the thing that must be endured"
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The February OW 100 Club draw was carried out at The Black Swan Inn at Horsham St. Faith and this month's winners were:-
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The Sixties Bunch - “A few Days in Liverpool:-
Lady Enid Ralphs
We have heard the sad news that Lady Ralphs has passed away. I only recently had the pleasure of meeting her and she was an amazing lady. A message from the Principal on the College website can be read here. Also see below under College News.
We have also heard that Fiona passed away in January. Ms Barrow was a member of staff from 1977 to 1999, taught French and was also Deputy Head of Kett Hall.
Wendy Slade was a pupil of Wymondham College from 1987-1992 and has recently been in touch. See her email here along with a link to an article in the EDP about her restoration work. We have put her in touch with the College as she has offered to come and talk to pupils about her work.
If you would be prepared to come to College to talk to current pupils about your profession they are always looking to get past pupils involved. Email me and I will pass on your details.
Jo Mills (ex of Worcester House) has been in touch as there is currently a petition on change.org to have the face of Edith Cavell on a £2 coin. She suggests that Wymondham College is a good place to promote it. Whether you were in Cavell or not, perhaps you would like to support this. You don't have to write a letter, just sign up online. Click here for details.
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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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