It can't be almost 50 years since we were there as students

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Image from 2016 reunion

The 2019 Reunion was held on September 14th and 15th 2019 and held once again on the campus.

This section held a lot of details about the plans for the event in the run up to the reunion and is now being re-purposed to hold links to pictures taken during the event.

 The intention had been to reproduce the photo taken on the South Quad steps at the 2016 reunion but the sun was shining so brightly that one flight of steps was in brilliant sunshine and the other steps were in total shadow cast by the tower over the south quad gateway. We still managed a picture (thanks to Andrew Griffin) - but the stylke had to be a little different.

The badges used at the reunion are designed to be help recognise other people as stangely we have all changed a little in the last 50 odd years. They are A6 in size so fairly visible even to eyes as old as ours,

The badges are colour-coded based on the first year you were a student - if someone has the same colour badge then they started in the same year as you - so always worth striking up a conversation with them as very often the sound of someones voice can bring memories flooding back. The badges will also include the subject of study and the name they had at the time. Wherever possible the badge will also have a photo from student days though some of these are inevitably difficult to come by.

In the Read More section is a copy of my badge and a chart showing the colours associated with each year group.

It can be difficult to decide whether to come to a 'big' reunion like this if you've not been before, particularly if you're coming alone. The experience that most people have is a positive one (or maybe those that don't have a good time just don't tell me) as even if there is no-one you know well or knew from when you were a student there the overall atmosphere is just very friendly and inclusive.

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