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Chartered Surveyors Dinner: 2016

The OWBA Chartered Surveyors' Dinner returned to the Oriental Club, London, for the bi annual dinner on 21st April.
19 Jun 2016
Chartered Surveyors Dinner
Chartered Surveyors Dinner
Principle Guest was John Vick MA who had been given early notice of the wish of members to addressed by him on his time as headmaster and the current state of the school!
The attendance of seventeen was a little below the norm and it is disappointing that several who had indicated that they would support the dinner declined near the date.

We are very grateful to the financial support of the OWBA particularly for students and Monica Carter- Burns for making all the arrangements. Also to Jeremy Waters whose membership of the Oriental Club enabled us to hire it.

The next dinner will be at WBS and designed to attract more younger members and students. Suggestions to Monica from them are welcome. Further details in due course. Thank you to all those who attended:
Roger Adams 66-74G
Ralph Collison 66-73F
James Jenkins 59-64C
Neil Kingdon 66-75C
Hugo Orchard-Lisle
Paul Orchard-Lisle CBE TD DL
Sir Idris Pearce CBE TD DL 45-51B
Jeremy Philp 59-62B
Chris Phillips 60-67C
Martin Shapcott 67-71G
Stuart Smith 73-80G
John Vick 97-S
Jeremy Waters 52-56B
Mark Wightman 57-63C
Michael Woodrow 66-73F
Monica Carter-Burns OWBA/Foundation Office

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