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Cirencester Old Grammarians -What of the future?

Hello Old Grammarians

In these unusual and unprecedented times we thought it appropriate to clarify our thoughts on the future direction of our organisation.

Because of the current epidemic there is a lot of uncertainty about.  We know that it was necessary to cancel the 1940s March and July lunches and the September Grand Reunion.  .

But rest assured, the 1940s Association will continue in some form, hopefully with the Christmas Lunch and the annual issue of the New Cirencestrian Magazine.

Rest assured that the Grand Reunions will continue in some form, probably next year, as will the bi-annual Newsletter.

Rest assured that this website will continue as a source of Old Grammarian information.

We will keep you updated, on this page of any further developments.

In the meantime, take care, follow the official advice.

Our very best wishes

Brian Gegg – President of the Cirencester Old Grammarians 1940s Association

Peter Rowe – Hon. Secretary of the Cirencester Old Grammarian Association Renunion Committee.

 

 

IN LOVING MEMORY OF

ROSEMARY WARING

1937-2020


Cirencester Old Grammarians

Welcome to the website of The Cirencester Old Grammarians.

This site contains a summarised history of most of what is known about the school from medieval times to the present day.  Space precludes mention of some topics but these can be researched in the publications mentioned on the ‘Useful Information’ page.

This website is dedicated to the teachers and former pupils of Cirencester Grammar School and, in particular, to those who lost their lives serving their country during the wars of the 20th century.

Cirencester Grammar School Pavilion

Drawing of the Cricket Pavilion (Angela Flexen)

Victoria Road Grammar SchoolPhoto of the school in 1881

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BULLETIN (1940s Association lunches and Obituaries)

GRAND REUNIONS (Reunion 2018 and 2020)

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