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Burton Bank Visitors

It was a pleasure to welcome back Old Millhillians to visit their old boarding house, Burton Bank.
18 May 2022
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Burton Bank
Burton Bank

We were excited to welcome back two OMs to Burton Bank recently on two different occasions.


John Rogers (Burton Bank 1950-55)

John visited from Liverpool with his son Andrew. John attended Exeter College, Oxford after leaving Mill Hill to study medicine and worked as a surgeon in St Thomas’ and Ear, Eye and Throat hospital in Liverpool.


Lee Stone (Burton Bank 1991-93)

Lee visited Burton Bank during a trip to London from Bali where he is currently living. He enjoyed sharing some of his best memoires with Mr Turner. 


Thank you to Mr Turner, Burton Bank Housemaster,  for meeting the OMs and showing them round their old House. 


If you would like to come back and visit Mill Hill please do contact us to arrange a time to come and see us, or attend one of the upcoming events (



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