Mr Nigel Richardson honoured the Grand Opening with another of his prodigious poems.
The Abberley Tree House is now officially open and named.
The Parents' Event Committee (PEC) has been launched. Their aim is to organise social events on behalf of The Abberley Hall Foundation.
The Tree House will have its official opening on Thursday 16th November 2017 at 1pm.
The School held a Coffee & Cake Day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support on Friday 6th October, raising a grand total of £550
Read the latest OA News, kindly compiled by Michael Haggard (Headmaster 1974 to 1996)
The Manor Arms is offering a 10% discount card to all Alumni members, OAs and staff of Abberley Hall School.
The Parent's Event Committee (PEC) invite you to join in a Christmas Wreath Making Workshop. To best fit in with the school 'drop-off' in the morning, the event will start at 8.30am and go on to approximately 11am. All materials will be supplied including a wreath oasis, plenty of greenery, decorations such as ribbons, pheasant feathers, oranges & cinammon sticks. Professional on-hand advice will be available throughout the morning. Tea, coffee, cakes and mince pies will be on offer to sustain you whilst you create the most beautiful wreath to take home. All this for just £20. Please either register here, or contact: Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Abberley 100 Club
This society has been set up to attract those OAs and Friends who may wish to help with the work of the Foundation by making a welcome significant or other gift donation to the school.
The Club Members will enjoy and have exclusive access to a number of benefits and privileges during our Centenary Year and beyond.
The purpose of the Abberley 100 Club is primarily to support the long-term financial security of Abberley Hall and its Foundation to fund ongoing restoration and execute our ‘Centenary Vision’. This will support and provide benefits for our education both now and for future generations, and to allow Abberley Hall to extend opportunities through The John Walker Bursary Fund. In addition, we will invest in vital development to protect our heritage. The Abberley 100 Club will also facilitate ongoing communication with and between members, and provide a social focus for OAs of all generations by bringing together committed OAs to share memories of a unique educational experience at Abberley Hall together with intention to support future prospects.
How to Become a Member Membership is available to the Abberley 100 Club (with the option of remaining anonymous) to any OA making a donation of at least £1,000.
For details to join the Abberley 100 Club and to make a donation, please contact:
Victoria Beswick, Development Manager, Abberley Hall
t. 01299 896101