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The Old Cantabrigian Society Annual Dinner

The Old Cantabrigian Society unites alumni from both Cambridgeshire High School for Boys and its successor, Hills Road Sixth Form College.

It is open to students past and present to join: and one event to look forward to for members would be the annual dinner.

The date for this year’s annual dinner will be on Saturday 28th November 2015 and will be held in the College Hall. This is a very exciting event where alumni come together to share their memories and celebrate their time at either the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys, Hills Road Sixth Form College or both!

Each year, a guest speaker is invited to provide an after-dinner speech and this year it will be Phil Johnson (alumnus 1970-77) who was a student through the transition from CHSB to HRSFC. In addition to this, there will be a Scout Exhibition at the dinner including old photos and memorabilia.

For those wishing to attend the dinner, the menu is as follows:

Melon & Fresh Fruit


Cream of Watercress Soup


Roast Norfolk Turkey & Cranberry Sauce Bacon Rolls & Stuffing

Seasonal Vegetables
Chocolate Roulade with Fresh Cream
A Selection of Stilton and Cheddar Cheeses and Biscuits
Coffee and Tea

For vegetarians, there is the option of vegetable moussaka. Please indicate this on your booking form.

The bar will open at 18:00 and dinner will be served at 19:30. It will remain open until 23:00.

Tickets will be priced at £22 per person and £19 for past and present staff and current Hills Road students. Payment can be made through cheque or bank transfer and details can be obtained by contacting Joe Worth (alumnus 2001-03) at
The deadline for ordering tickets is Wednesday 18th November, so please ensure you book in advance.

The Hills Road Alumni Network would like to thank the Old Cantabrigian Society for all that they do and wish them all the best for their annual dinner.

The Old Cantabrigian Society unites alumni from both Cambridgeshire High School for Boys and its successor, Hills Road Sixth Form College.

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