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2004 Reunion

Old Millhillians, from the Class of 2004, came back to School for the afternoon and enjoyed a lovely lunch and tour of the Mill Hill grounds.

At the end of February seven Old Millhillians from the class of 2004 visited the School for lunch and a tour.  

From the moment they arrived it felt like not a day had gone by since they were in the classroom together. Despite it being nearly 20 years since they left, School memories were rapidly fired at one another about the many antics they got up to, pranks they pulled and the different ways they escaped their Boarding Houses!

It felt like a family reunion with Mrs Sanchez and Mr Turner joining the group for a delicious Mill Hill lunch, whilst looking at pictures from their School days and sharing more memories.  Mr Bingham and Mr Dickinson also dropped in to say hello. Even with the surge of facial hair amongst the OMs, there was not a moment of hesitation and everyone instantly recognised each other.

The tour included visits to Burton Bank and McClure and of course the Heads' office, which was more memorable for some than others!

There was plenty of laughter and nostalgia all round and the reminiscing continued at the Three Hammers for the remainder of the day.




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