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OGA Lunch and AGM 2024

Nearly 90 Old girls and former staff representing nine decades of the school’s history, including three sets of sisters, an aunt and niece, and friends of up to seventy years’ standing came to Warwick on Saturday 23rd March for the OGA Annual Lunch and AGM. Many were delighted to see their former teachers there too, in the shape of Mrs Russell, Mrs Grant, Miss Lenygon, Miss Clark and Mrs Lampitt. 


Guests were greeted with colour co-ordinated name badges representing one of eight tables. The pink table, all from the Class of 1973, had taken this to heart and had all embraced their inner Barbie by dressing in pink! Goody bags were also proffered and refreshments consumed as groups of friends gathered. A willing band of current students were ready to tour the school with their charges, seeing hens, a racing car and a beautiful airy Quad.

Many Old Girls will remember trying to look at the long school photographs in Red Corridor at Smith Street, only to be ushered outside by the prefects on duty. At the Annual Lunch, these had been unscrewed from the walls and were laid out on desks for ease of sight - and not a prefect in sight!

  [To be continued]