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Old Glynians


Dear Old Glynian,


Our 2017 Reunion Dinner will be held at Glyn School on Friday 31 March 2017, at 7.00pm for 7.45pm.  

The dinner will comprise a three course meal including wine and coffee.  A licensed bar will be open at 7.00pm for pre-dinner drinks and will open again after the meal and speeches. 

The cost per ticket is £35, maintaining the 2016 price.  Vegetarian/special diet meals are available by prior request.

Paper tickets will not be issued but I will acknowledge applications by email.

Finally, organised parties of 10 will attract a 10% reduction on ticket price, so get those phones and social networks busy!

Please click here for ticket application  

Best wishes for 2017

Yours sincerely,


Paul Skipp, Hon. Secretary  TOGA



Membership of The Old Glynians’ Association


Membership of TOGA is just £5.00 per annum.


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TOGA History

This is a "potted" history because compiling anything like a "full" history would depend on the careful trawling-through of the seventy years' worth of archives and interviewing hundreds of members, and former members, for their recollections. There are, in fact, few archives, and most of the people who would be worth interviewing have now passed away. Hence this history is "potted" ! 
Here is an eyewitness account of the inaugural meeting of the Epsom Old Boys' Association written by S White, a former School Captain, in the (short-lived) Association Year-Book of 1963:
"Twenty-five years ago the Old Boys' Association was formed. I remember, as though it were yesterday, the inaugural meeting held under the chairmanship of the school's first Headmaster, the late Mr F L Clark. From the staff we had Dr Neave and Messrs Dawkins, Richards and Hardy, who were all to prove such friends and supporters in the years to come. Of the old boys present I remember particularly such stalwarts as Roy Cantwell, Ron Wallis, Dennis Roberts, Reg Perry, Ron King and others who still, twenty-five years later, are taking an interest in the Association's activities. Dr Neave, as I remember, was elected Association Chairman, and my brother and I took on the job of joint honorary secretaries. 
Read more here...

Honourable Secretary: Mr Paul Skipp

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