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2nd OHiL London Dinner a success

Jesse gives talk on Olympics & Tennis On Thursday 26th April 2018 a total of 16 guests attended this the second semi-formal evening function that we’ve staged in The Capital (1)

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Book now for our 2nd Reunion Dinner on 26th April 2018

We shall be returning to the UNION JACK CLUB, Sandell Street, SE1 for this our SECOND OHiL semi-formal evening function. Click on this poster to enlarge image. Rendezvous in the Reserved Bar Lounge as from 6pm for pre-dinner drinks before sitting down after 6.45pm to a delicious 3-course meal served with wine followed by coffee […]

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Calling all YOUNG OH (or YOHiLs)

The Old Herefordians’ Club will be staging their first ever……..Young OH Club London Drinks evening in a West End wine bar called Davy’s @ St. James’s,  SW1 on Thursday 1st February 2018 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm

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12th Annual OHiL Autumn Luncheon

Apart from the usual suspects in attendance at this reunion, (Click here for Guest List)  we were pleased to welcome for the first time Jonathan Wear (OH Langford 1995 – 2002) seen here waiting patiently to be served at the bar!  Sadly he was unable to stay very long at Doggett’s though because he had to get back to work […]

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Hereford Cathedral School – A History over 800 Years

Former Headmaster Dr Howard Tomlinson (1987 – 2005) has finally completed all his detailed research into our old school and has now released his book ( April 2018)

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HCS ‘A’ level students achieve excellent grades again

To find out more please click on this link or visit the HCS Facebook page and view their album of photographs. https://www.facebook.com/pg/HerefordCathedralSchool/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1661328193885959  

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City of Culture bid unsuccessful

Hereford as Candidate City. The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has just announced the short-list for UK City of Culture 2021 and sadly Hereford did not make it despite a distinctive and ambitious bid.

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Is a school cap a sacred relic?

Here is a short poem called “T e m p o r a   M u t a n t u r,  etc.” (Times Change) and written anonymously by an OH before World War One as he reflected on his time at the Cathedral School, probably around the second half of the Nineteenth Century. As I sit at my […]

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Thirty three attend annual spring luncheon on 18th May 2017

Rowing Colours not faded after 65 years!!  Among OHs present at this event was David Prosser ** who was a boarder in Deanery between 1946 – 1952.  Known as dai to his contemporaries, he is featured here being congratulated for his rowing skills some 60+ years later by John (jesse) James, another Welshman and fellow Deanery resident. As can be seen, […]

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Inaugural OHiL Dinner event in 2017

We staged our first ever semi-formal evening function on Thursday 27th April 2017 at the Union Jack Club near Waterloo Station, SE1 which was very successful. The event was attended by 27 people in total, (click here for Guest List) made up of 23 OHs, Club President Dr. Howard Tomlinson, HCS Development Director Claire Morgan-Jones and 2 wives. Members present represented a […]

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