Start planning your summer and join us for a right royal time at the Henley Royal Regatta - one of the English social calendar’s key events. We will be pitched on the cricket club grounds for a buffet and drinks reception. Come and meet King’s latest crop of young rowers hoping to achieve success in their respective races.
Players please register your interest with David Atkin on 07979 523943 or email@example.com
The Annual match for the Urn containing the “Ashes” of the old cricket pavilion. Spectators are very welcome - it is always an exciting and well-matched encounter.
To book contact Ian: 07710 104468/ 01244 950083/ firstname.lastname@example.org
The CAOKS golf day will be at Eaton Golf Club in Waverton this year. First tee will be at 1.30pm and dinner and presentations will from about 7.30pm.
Dinner & prize-giving after golf. Around £35 pp. Dinner only £14.
Dress code - golf attire then jacket & tie for dinner. Guests more than welcome.
BBQ and drinks at the KSRC Boathouse. Spectators most welcome.
Opportunities to get together with former school pals don't come around that often, so don't miss the chance to see how King's has changed since your day and to rekindle old friendships, or create new ones. Join us at King’s for a landmark 20 year anniversary.
The Reunion will include a tour around the school and an evening buffet.
If you left King's in 1960, join us for a buffet lunch at the school and reminisce about your school days.
Join us to mark your 30 year anniversary since leaving King’s, we hope to gather together as many of the 1990 leavers as possible to return to King’s for the evening. Reminisce with others about your school days with artefacts and photos from our school archives to re-kindle the memories. The Reunion will include a tour around the school and an evening buffet.
To book please contact: Peter Bernie 07836 567490 / email@example.com
Dinner followed by the Competition for the Cup.
After the success of the 2019 Alumni battlefields tour, in 2021 we head to the Champagne region of France. The Marne, the Aisne and the Chemin des Dames may not be so familiar to British ears as the Somme or Passchendaele but the battles there were just as bloody, and, while the fighting often involved the French and the Germans, some of the blood that was spilt was British – including that of former pupils. Poignant remembrance of Old King’s Scholars at graves and memorials, and tours of the battlefields, trenches, museums of the area will be led by Seb Neal, history teacher and battlefield expert. There will be opportunities for us to enjoy at our leisure the many delights of the beautiful cathedral city of Reims, in the heart of which our hotel is based. The itinerary would not be complete without tours of some of the many champagne houses and cellars of the region such as Veuve Cliquot, with tastings and even a little train ride around the champagne caves under the town of Epernay. Do save the dates: it promises to be a tour to remember. (Please note this itinerary may be subject to change.)