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GIVING BACK - JOHN MILNE (OS, 1977) GIVES INSIGHT INTO THE WORLD OF DENTISTRY
At QEGS, our boys enjoy unprecedented access to a network of Old Savilians who have gone on to achieve success in various industriesand our latest guest talk was given by John Milne. Johngave an inspiring talk and provided an insight into the world of dentistry and how best to break into the industr...Read more
DAMIEN CLAYTON (OS, 2010) FROM ARCHITECT TO UCI RACE WINNER IN 3 YEARS
In 2016 Damien Clayton (OS, 2010) cycled on a single speed commuter bike from London to Brighton as part of a company outing. Not only did he defy his colleagues who thought he wouldn't be able to do it without a road bike, he was the first one up Ditchling Beacon, beating everyone up and down ...Read more
OS CAMBRIDGE DINNER 2020
Our Old Savilians' 2020 Cambridge Dinner was a great evening with Old Savilians and Old Girls' getting together in the historic Clare College on Saturday 18 January.
After a welcome drink and some fine food, President, Alistair McKinlay, (OS, 1990) gave a great speech which was follow...Read more
OLD SAVILIANS' ANNUAL DINNER
When Douglas Haigh took his seat at the piano on Friday 20 December 2019, at the end of the OS Annual dinner, the rapturous singing summed up the fantastic atmosphere that had made yet another OS Annual Dinner a great occasion.
The annual dinner seems to have a charm all of its own and we are...Read more
CLASS OF 2012 CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH
With mental health becoming an ever growing point for discussion amongst young men in society, it seems ever pre-eminent that as Old Savillians we can openly discuss, seek comfort and address this challenging condition. Sadly, two years ago saw the loss of two OS from the Class of 2012, Sam Reid and...Read more
OLD SAVS 1st XV REUNITE
On the weekend of 23 November, as many of the 1964/65 1st XV as we can trace met for a reunion in Wakefield. We stared doing this 40 years after our last season together and have been meeting up every 5 years since. Of the 19 players on the team photo, we had 12 present with two people travelling fr...Read more