OC’s Annual Dinner at the Crypt School

We are delighted to let you know that our Annual Dinner will take place on Saturday 25th March 2023 at the Crypt School. This will be our first full event since 2019,

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Old Cryptians RFC Centenary

The OCRFC are looking for any information, stories, photos, anecdotes, videos that people can provide regarding the building of the “new” clubhouse before it was extended on several occasions.

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From our President

Dear Old Cryptians,
I was debating with colleagues only three days ago on Friday last week when one can stop wishing people Happy New Year.

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Planting trees for the Queen’s Jubilee Canopy

On Saturday 19th November a group of pupils, parents, staff and Old Cryptians met to plant the 30 trees we received as part of the The Queen’s Green Canopy

The day before,

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Calling Future Committee Members

We are looking for new committee members to support the future work of the Old Cryptians’ Club and bring in the skills we need to achieve this.

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Roger Barry Davis (1948-55)

The Club are saddened to learn of the passing of Roger Barry Davis (1948-55) at home in Cornwall.

Roger was at the Crypt from 1948 –

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James Roose-Evans (1937-44)

We are saddened to learn via Dr. Graham Russell of the passing of James Roose-Evans at the age of 94, former pupil, theatre director, founder of the Hampstead Theatre Club in London,

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Ancient Schools of Gloucester


The Ancient Schools of Gloucester by David Evans
  A message from the author:
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Glos Santa Fun run

Glos Santa Fun run is on Saturday 10th December 2022 at 9.30 Registration for 10am start – this year in Kings Square.

This event is gaining popularity year on year and is run by our very own vice-president Matt Cass.

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RIP Queen Elizabeth II

The Club is deeply saddened by the news of Her Majesty’s passing and wish to express our condolences to all her family.

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