The Head of Mill Hill School, Mrs Jane Sanchez, invites you to a reunion for all 1979 and 1989 leavers on 30th March 2019 from 12pm. Complimentary Buffet Lunch Tours of the School (come and see what’s changed!) Archive Exhibition (if you have any pictures or memorabilia to add to the archive please do send to us or bring with to the reunion) If you are in touch with anyone from your year group who may not receive correspondence from us please forward the details of this event to them.
OM DINNER IN HONG KONG 01 April 2019 (Monday) Time: 19:00 Reception, 19:30 Dinner Special Guest: Richard Llewellyn (Old Millhillian Club President) and Tony Binns (Deputy Head - External Relations of the Mill Hill School Foundation). Venue: Prince Restaurant Address: Shop 1028C, Elements 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Transportation: Kowloon Station (MTR) Car Parking: ELEMENTS Price: HKD$600 per person Any quetions please contact email@example.com
We are doing things differently this year..... After the useful and creative discussion held at last year’s East Anglia Drinks Reception we have decided to introduce a new format. On alternate years we shall hold an informal gathering comprising a cultural, educational or historical component, followed by a buffet supper at Trinity College. Where possible these activities will have strong links with Old Millhillians and their connection with Cambridge and the University. Alternating with these events we shall hold the customary formal reception and dinner at Trinity College, the next being in 2020. The purpose of this variation is to tempt Old Millhillians who are not keen on black tie dinners and especially to encourage the attendance of Cambridge undergraduates. An additional attraction is that the cost of the new style meetings will be less than the formal dinner. We are starting the change this year with a Private Visit to the Wren Library at Trinity College, courtesy of the Librarian, Nicholas Bell. This will be for an hour, from 6pm, followed by a buffet supper in the Allhusen Room of the College. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1676 and completed in 1695, the Library is a single large room built above an open colonnade on the ground floor of Nevile’s Court, the first Renaissance style court in England. Notable among its books are the 12th century Eadwine Psalter from Christ Church, Canterbury, the first edition copy of Isaac Newton’s Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica and A.A.Milne’s manuscripts of Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner. Clearly, we are in for a splendid architectural and literary treat. We are hoping that Jane Sanchez, Head of the School, and Richard Llewellyn, President of the Club will join us. David Short and I hope we shall be welcoming you also to this new form of the popular East Anglia (aka Cambridge) Dinner, the details of which are as follows: 6pm Gather in the Nevile Court below the Wren Library 7pm Move from The Wren Library to the Allhusen Room for drinks and buffet supper 10pm Close of meeting Costs: OMC members and their guests £50 Non-members and their guests £60 Undergraduates and those in full-time education £40 Dress: Smart casual Payment options: Paypal - link on this page By cheque: To Old Millhillians Club and a note to say to what it relates By BACS: HSBC a/c 91048252 sort code 40-04-28 ref ‘surname EAD’ By credit/debit card on 020 8906 7948 For enquiries: contact Laura Turner on firstname.lastname@example.org, Russell Cowan on email@example.com or David Short on firstname.lastname@example.org