We are pleased to confirm that Alex Ashman (East 2004), his fiancee Kate and the couple's four-month old triplets - are all safe and well after their home on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands was hit by Hurricane Irma
The newly acquired Weston Green Sports Club has been brought into use to accommodate the expansion of the OCRFC’s minis section, with up to 400 youngsters now able to take part in the Sunday-morning sessions.
We are sorry to have to announce that John McDermott died at his home on July 29 after a long illness. He was 78.
The Old Cranleighan Society has completed the purchase of the lease on the neighbouring Weston Green Sports Club, doubling the size of the OC Club at Thames Ditton
It is with enormous sadness that we have to announce that Paul Leggitt passed away peacefully in hospital in Cheltenham on July 24
It is with great regret that we have to announce that Marc van Hasselt, who was Cranleigh’s Headmaster between 1970 and 1984, died on June 28 at the age of 93
The sun shone and an impressive number of OCs took part in the decade reunions on OC Day on Saturday, July 1
Sir Gordon Brunton (East 1936) died on May 30 at the age of 95. He was a tough negotiator with a passion for racing who cut deals for the newspaper baron Roy Thomson, including the purchase of The Times
Will Collier (East 2009) became the eighth Old Cranleighan to win a full England cap when he came on as a 62nd-minute substitute against Argentina on Saturday
A record number of OCs (70) and their wives made up a total of 116 at the Over 70s’ Reunion on Sunday May 7