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OO commissioned to produce a bronze bust of...

Artist and OO, Tim Turner (1973-1984), has been commissioned by the Auspice Stella association, together with the mayor of Tourtoirac, to produce a bronze bust of King Orélie-Antoine I. Orélie-Antoine de Tounes was a French lawyer and adventurer who assumed the title of King of Araucanía and...

Captain Richard Ingram named in New Year's...

Old Oswestrian, Captain Richard Ingram, a Royal Navy officer from Salisbury, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours List in recognition of his work with the Royal Omani Navy. Richard served in Oman for nearly six years and has been described as “a pivotal figure, significantly influencing the...

Old Oswestrians in Cape Town

Heather and Tony Halstead (OO) visited Cape Town to watch the England cricket team at Newlands and to dodge some of the English winter weather. While there they met up with and enjoyed a drink with John Batchlor (OO 1962-67) at the Waterfront in Cape Town last month. After living in Cape Town for...

Oswestry Pupils’ Audience with the Duke of...

Four of our past pupils have recently collected their Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards from the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Palace. Leo Banks, Christian Blount-Powell, Matteo O’Mahoney and Melanie Yi Lyn Shim all completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh whilst studying for their A Levels. When...

Record Numbers Attend Founder’s Weekend

Despite truly awful wet and windy weather, this year’s Founder's weekend proved to be magnificent. It was wonderful to welcome back so many Old Oswestrians including one of our oldest OO's, Syd Bailey, who was here at school in 1929. The weekend began with the Old Oswestrian AGM which was held in...