As is the case every year, there are a number of Old Cranleighans running in the London Marathon this weekend and we would like to take this opportunity to wish them all well ... please check out this article to see who is running ...
Despite support which left other schools green with envy, the OC golfers went down 4-1 to 12-time winners Eton in the first round of the 2017 Halford Hewitt.
Derrick Carter-Clout (East 1938), who died in the early hours of March 27, was a kind, enthusiastic and generous supporter of all things OC and Cranleigh
Cranleigh School successfully defended their Rosslyn Park Sevens title with a 28-7 defeat of Brighton in the final. It was a remarkable achievement against mainly bigger schools and some fearsome opposition
Ollie Dabbous (2&3 South 1999) is building on his huge successes in the London restaurant business with the launch of a third restaurant at Henrietta Hotel on Henrietta Street in Covent Garden
On February 26 19-year-old Jake Andrews (North 2016) died after a courageous and inspiring fight against cancer. At the weekend a group of his friends from Cranleigh ran the North London Half Marathon to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust
The itinerary for the tri-sport tour of Malta has now been finalised and includes cricket, hockey and squash matches against Malta representative XIs
We are delighted to report that Humam Chowdhury (2&3 South 2000), whose illegal detention in Bangladesh has been a source of concern for almost seven months, has been released
The new Woodyer Art Studios were opened on February 8 by Adam Knibb (North 2000)
On Saturday a 43-year-old hockey record belonging to David Knapp was broken when two members of the Cranleigh School Lower Vth turned out for the OCHC