On behalf of your President and the Committee of the Old Cryptians’ Club, I am pleased to invite you to the Old Cryptians’ Club AGM and Annual Reunion Dinner.
This year, the event will be held at the Church of St Mary de Crypt and the Old Crypt Schoolrooms, Southgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PT. The venue has been undergoing major renovation with the assistance of the Heritage Lottery Fund and our event will be the first function to be held there, following the completion of the project.
Saturday 23rd March 2019
The Club’s Annual General Meeting
The Old Crypt Schoolrooms
6.45pm for 7.30pm
The 118th Annual Reunion Dinner
The Church of St Mary de Crypt
The cost of dinner (exclusive of wines) will be £35.00 for OC Club members, £38.50 for non-members and £20.00 for school sixth formers and students.
Please see the accompanying booking form for table reservations:
There will be a cash bar for pre-dinner drinks and wine to accompany the meal.
The guest speaker will be Nicola Dyer, Senior Project Manager at The Prince’s Foundation. She will offer an insight into the project to renovate The Church of St Mary de Crypt and propose the toast to, “The Old Cryptians’ Club” after which your President, Jason Smith, will respond on behalf of the Club with, “Floreat Schola Cryptiensis”.
The Dress code for men is lounge suits/jacket and tie and for ladies the appropriate equivalent.
The Ladies’ Annual Dinner will again be incorporated into the OC Club Dinner. Places on the ladies’ table(s) will cost £35.00 and can be reserved via Steve Mace in the same way as the OCC diners, using the same form.
Please feel free to circulate this invitation widely and use the event to meet with as many of your OC friends and contemporaries as possible.
Spaces are limited to 13 tables of 8 diners, i.e. 104 maximum. Demand is likely to be high, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Your President looks forward to greeting you on 23rd March.
With best wishes,
Steve Mace (1970 – 1977) Committee Member, Old Cryptians’ Club.
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