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

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Family Fun at Hertfordshire OF Event
The 2nd July was a busy day: the start of the Tour de France; the second Lions Test; England's one day match against Australia; Ladies’ final at Wimbledon; Live 8; and last but not least, the Hertfordshire OF cricket and golf day at Therfield, near Royston. Despite not receiving as much publicity as these alternative attractions, there was a good turn out for the cricket, which made for an entertaining afternoon.

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OF/OI Golf: OFs go down fighting
Dateline 20th June 2005:
In the third match of the modern era, the OIs walked off with the trophy for the second time, putting them 2-1 ahead in the series.

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OF Rifle Club win historic treble!
History was made, when the OFRC completed a Grand Slam of Agincourt proportions. This is the first Grand Slam ever performed by any club in the 31 year history of these competitions.

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Another OF Rifle Club victory!
Never mind Chelsea. The OFRC is on the brink of an historic treble, but we need you. If you used to shoot and aren’t doing anything on 4th June 2005, then read on...

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A Splendid Occasion: Thanksgiving for Norman Borrett
A couple of hundred OFs, College staff and students, representatives of Allhallows School and sporting organisations gathered in the College Chapel yesterday, and later in Paul's Court, to celebrate the life of Norman Francis Borrett.

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Wanted: Volunteer(s)
"Wanted for hazardous journey. Small wages, bitter cold, long months of darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in case of success"

Actually we are not re-enacting Shackleton's journey to the Antarctic but we do need a volunteer or volunteers to take on the development and management of the "Famous OFs" section of the SOF media. YOU DO NOT NEED TECHNICAL ABILITY. We don't want to describe the work in too much detail as the remit and time-commitment is really up to the right person(s) to develop. We do have some ideas and potential leads and have already done some preparatory work in the website archive; liaison will be vital with the rest of the SOF media team on leads and potential stories.

Email your interest to the Website Team - webmaster@oldframlinghamian.com

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More SOF and College News publications on-line
Click on the "Publications" link in the menu at the top of this page to see all the recent College, Brandeston Hall and SOF publications. Recent additions include:

College and Brandeston Newsletters - Spring 2005
SOF/College Yearbook - Autumn 2004
SOF Newsletter - Spring 2005



St George's Day Q Match Victory
For the first time since it was presented in 1962, the Old Framlinghamians have won the trophy for successive years. And after a 14 year hiatus it is the third time in four years the OFRC has lifted the silverware.

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Wartime Booklet Published by SOF
John Waddell's excellent and much anticipated booklet: "Their Swords are in Your Keeping" has just been published by the SOF and is available, mail order, from Norman Porter (General Secretary). Details are available by clicking on Read More.

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Stronger Links between SOF and College approved at AGM
Dateline 19th March, 2005:
Norman Porter's final act as President of the Society was to steer through the revisions to our rules which, among other things, provide for the appointment of current students (Head of School, Toby Hough and Head Girl, Roberta Organ) and of the College faculty to our Council. Andrew Wright was then duly elected President and led the meeting in paying tributes to Norman's presidency.

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