Friday, 21 February 2020

2020 Reunion Apologies

To see the list of those people who notified us that they will not be attending this year's reunion CLICK/TAP HERE 

Thursday, 30 January 2020

2020 Reunion

To see who has booked so far to attend this year's reunion click/tap HERE

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Newsletter 105 - January 2020

The latest newsletter is now available via the Newsletter tab on the Home page - or go straight to it HERE

Enjoy!

Friday, 3 January 2020

2020 Reunion

Full details of our 23rd reunion - due to take place on 14/3/20 - are available on the Reunions page. See the details HERE.

Saturday, 28 December 2019

"Indian Takeaway" - a book by former pupil Bharat Patel (1964-71)

One of our former pupils, Bharat Patel (1964-71) is a former local radio & tv reporter. He has also written a book and ALL profits are going to Hope Against Cancer, a research charity. You can order copies direct from the charity by calling 0116 2700 101 or email enquiries@hopeagainstcancer.org.uk . The cost including postage is £11.50. If you wish to round up the figure then additional money can be gift aided. "Indian Takeaway" is the bewildering experience a boy, who by the age of eight has lived in three continents. At 21 he returns to the land of his birth where his formidable grandmother has lined up an arranged marriage. To find out what happens next ... please buy the book. You will have guessed the boy is Bharat and the book is full of stories you couldn't make up but happen to be true, with the caveat that there is a bit of journalistic embellishment. Thanks for your support and enjoy the book.

Saturday, 13 July 2019

Latest Newsletter

The latest newsletter is now available via the Newsletter tab on the Home page - or go straight to it HERE

Enjoy!

Saturday, 29 June 2019

'Honours, wounds etc'

Whilst researching the WW2 Roll of Honour using the Wyvernians memorabilia, Brian Screaton came across a small envelope labelled 'Honours, wounds etc' . It contains press cuttings about 16 former City Boys pupils who were wounded during the War, became prisoners of war, &/or received honours of some kind (eg for their bravery). This additional information can be viewed in the usual place on the Wyvernians web site - or you can go straight to it here:-

https://wyvernians-memorabilia.blogspot.com/p/honours.html