Congratulations to Lieutenant Colonel Pete Winton Territorial Decoration, Royal Artillery who has been selected to take command of 101st (Northumbrian) Regiment Royal Artillery from Lieutenant Colonel Ben Crookes Royal Artillery in February 2020.
No damage, no injuries, no call on the security deposit. Not bad for a fledgling team on a hire boat straight out of the yard.
Very thoughtfully and carefully prepared cocktails based on the original Shackleton whiskey, together with cornflowers on the table and the God’s gift motif embossed on napkins provided a great atmosphere.
The 2018 Annual OA Vancouver Lunch was held at the Scenically located Sylvia Hotel on May 22nd.
Two quite different OA reunions in New York
The Toronto OA’s held their Annual Dinner at the Toronto Ladies Golf Club on Sunday, May 27th, 2018.
Eight Dulwich boys all set on pursuing English at university were lucky enough to meet the Booker Prize-winning author and Old Alleynian Michael Ondaatje prior to an event to launch his new novel, Warlight.
Tom is the author of four novels, The Skyscraper Throne trilogy an urban fantasy set in a parallel London, and the recently published thriller White Rabbit Red Wolf.
Congratulation to Sir Tim Hitchens OA [1972-1979], who has been appointed Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO) in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Join the 'Dulwich College Parkrunners'
Congratulations to Harry Spratt OA (2006-17), Jeremy Chang OA (2012-17) and Cameron Cunningham (Year 13) who attended their Duke of Edinburgh's Awards ceremony at Buckingham Palace...
'When you see something is going wrong - do something' Nuala Mole, May 2018
On the evening of Thursday 3 May the Auditorium was filled with 90 students from the College, JAGS, The Charter School, Elmgreen School and St Thomas the Apostle College, as we welcomed 30 guests to our Creative Industries Networking evening.
An excellent lunch Al fresco in the beautiful sunshine at the Waldschlossen Restaurant was the first meeting of OA's based in and around Germany.
OAAFC complete a league and cup double.
Andrew Hill (OA) revealed how BP explores the ocean depths in search of natural resources.
Over 100 OAs, Alleynians, parents and guests met on what was the hottest day of the year so far at city law firm Stephenson Harwood near Moorgate, to be part of what was an intriguingly titled discussion on The Billable Gigabyte.
The Science and Art departments of the Dulwich College International schools invite current students, alumni, faculty and Friends of Dulwich to enter the 5th Annual Science Art Photo Competition.
The OAAFC 1st team beat KCS IIs in a 3-1 convincing performance to win the Arthurian Division 2 league with two games in hand.
Last night an audience of 200 met for the latest in the GE Moore lecture series.