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College & OF History: 1975-2000
Into the Third Millennium
Framlingham College...
By John Maulden

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Another OF in the news

David Ballard - new care home - April 2014
David Ballard (K55-62) recently featured in the Eastern Daily Press when he performed the groundbreaking ceremony for the start of a new care home, De Lucy House.

David, in the blue hat , is Chairman of Greensleeves Homes Trust, which provides care and nursing homes for the elderly. De Lucy House will be Greensleeves' eighteenth home, and the third in East Anglia.

Click here to read the EDP article .

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OF Cricketer "one to watch"
Robert Newton 2014 - small
We are indebted to Nick "Creamy" Horne (S56-61), a co-leg spinner with SOF President Richard Sayer, for spotting that Rob Newton has been named as one of the "ten to watch" this coming cricket season by "All Out Cricket", which is one of Britain’s biggest cricket magazines.

Click here to see their full report on Rob.

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Charter Ball a Huge Success
Charter Ball - picture 1
Paul Taylor, Headmaster writes : "The Charter Ball, which was held at Easton Grange on Saturday evening in aid of the College's 150th Anniversary Appeal, was a great success, and not just financially. The venue (which was so generously donated by the Kerr family) was quite superb, and while the main objective of the evening was indeed the raising of funds for our Appeal, it was also lovely to see so many College and Brandeston parents joining OFs and other friends and governors of the College in having a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

We are hugely grateful to the Ball Committee, whose tireless work under the leadership of Mel Dellow made the evening the success that it undoubtedly was. We are also indebted to all those who generously donated prizes for auction, and indeed to all those who supported the Appeal through their very attendance at the evening. Such generosity is very much valued and appreciated, and we are delighted to report that the event managed to raise over £16,000 for the 150th Anniversary Appeal."

You can see many photos here on our Facebook page. This includes a photo of Richard Sayer, SOF President, handing over a further cheque for £120,000 from the Society, making £220,000 in total given to the College Appeal.

Please click here to see links to article in the Diss Express, the EADT and an online archive on the College website.

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OFs vs OWs Hockey Match – Easter Sunday 2014

Carl Witham (S07-11) - in goal
Nick Whitehead (K06-11) writes “Easter Sunday saw a hockey game between an Old Framlinghamian XI and an Old Woodbridgian XI take place for the first time. It was played on the new astro at the College and saw the return of 12 OFs, ranging from class of 13 to class of 09, face a strong visiting squad of 14 OWs. Furthermore, there were an enthusiastic crowd of around 20 braving what proved to be a rather chilly wind.

You can read a full report and see some more photos here.

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2 OFs make headlines in EADT on one day!

EADT Logo
On Tuesday 15 April 2014, the East Anglian Daily Times, who’s Editor in Chief is OF Terry Hunt (K68-75), carried two stories on OFs. The OFs featured were Laura Wright (M02-08) for singing on Tower Bridge during the London Marathon and Ed Sheeran (BH96-02) for giving away some of his wardrobe for charity EACH. Also featured in the same edition was the College’s own Kim Frost who ran the London Marathon after nearly dying in a car crash. You can read all 3 articles here or alternatively go to this link for the article on Laura .

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Newmarket Supper 2014

College Crest
Renew those friendships; make new ones or just reminisce in convivial company at the Newmarket Supper, which will be held at The Rutland Arms Hotel, High Street, Newmarket on Friday 16th May 2014. Dress informal: 7.00 for 7.45pm, £26.00 per person. Wives and partners are welcome. It is hoped that a representative of the College will be attending the supper to provide us with the latest news from our alma mater.

Please reply on the attached form, preferably by the 12th May 2014. Any questions please contact Michael Smy

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2014 AGM & Annual Dinner
College Crest
Following the Annual General Meeting of the Society, the 2014 Annual Dinner was held at Framlingham College on Saturday 29 March 2014 when 95 attended and enjoyed a first class 4 course dinner. Amongst those attending, 6 were members of staff from Framlingham College and Brandeston Hall. OFs present ranged from one who started in the late 1920s, through all the decades to some who left last year. During the meal, diners were entertained with two delightful pieces sung by Framlingham College Y12 student, Elizabeth Leaver, accompanied by Claire Weston on the piano and organised by the Director of Music, Tim Rhodes.

Click here to see the full report .

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Memory Book for 150th Celebrations

College Crest
Calling all OFs.

Please send in a sentence or two about your best memory of your time at the College for our Memory Book to be used as part of the 150th Celebrations.

Email them to Jane Easey (V87-89),  Old Framlinghamian Co-ordinator, at jeasey@framcollege.co.uk

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Article on Framlingham VC winners
Gordon Muriel Flowerdew - picture
James Ruddock-Broyd (G46-52) spotted a copy of the April edition of Suffolk & Norfolk Life in his hotel room last week. This edition includes a special feature on Suffolk & Norfolk born VC winners, including our own Gordon Flowerdew and William Hewitt. Click here to see the article in full .

The OF organized trip to France/Belgium commencing Monday 7 April will visit the sites where Flowerdew and Hewitt won their VCs.

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SOF Hong Kong Supper 2014
Honk Kong Supper - group photo
Ian Howard (S57-62) reports as follows: The annual Hong Kong supper was held on Thursday 27 March, 2014, at the Edingburgh Room of the Hong Hong Club. The occasion brought together the following 9 OFs: Ian Howard (S57-62); John Birt (Thailand) (S59-63); Bob Holland (Penang) (R57-65); Keith Williams (R63-67); John Ting (G02-09); Henry Tang (K03-10); Ian Tsang (K02-09); Jason Wong (S04-07)) and Athena Choi (V02-03). A last minute back injury forced Moria Theulier (M91-93) to have to cancel.

Click here to see a larger version of the group photo and here to see the signed menu .

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