Welcome to the May edition of the CHA newsletter, keeping you in touch with all the latest news from the CHA, your fellow Old Blues and the School.
Old Bluesâ€™ Day 2007
Orders have started to come in with Old Blues booking their place at Old Bluesâ€™ Day 2007. Donâ€™t forget that even if youâ€™re not paying for your lunch or any of the activities such as clay pigeon shooting, you still need to fill in your form and let us know youâ€™re coming so we know how many people to expect and make sure weâ€™re on hand to give you a warm welcome. Remember also that places for certain activities are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so make sure you get your form in today! You should have received a copy in the latest issue of Housey, or alternatively you can download the order form at:
It is shaping up to be a really great day for all the family, and we hope to see you there.
CH Concerts Across Sussex in May
This Sunday, 6th May, at 2.30pm, CHâ€™s fabulous Recorder Consort will be performing at the majestic Marble Hall at Petworth House. Admission is free to National Trust members, and you can find out more by calling Petworth House on 01798 343523.
On Tuesday 8th May, CHâ€™s Symphony Orchestra will be performing a lunchtime concert at Chichester Cathedral as part of their weekly recital series. The concert starts at 1.10pm, and admission is free.
CH Drama: Messing About on the River
Poop Poop! Jump on board and join Ratty, Mole, Badger and the boisterous Toad for laughs, tears and excitement in the magical family show, Wind in the Willows. Christâ€™s Hospital brings Kenneth Grahameâ€™s classic tale to life with this faithful adaptation by award winning playwright Alan Bennett. Performances take place on the 14th and 15th of June at 7.30pm. To book your tickets, contact the Box Office on 01403 247434 or email email@example.com
New Old Blue Biography: Growing Up in a War
Bryan Magee (Barnes A 1942-48 ) has just published the eagerly awaited second volume of his autobiography, which covers his schooldays, starting in Hoxton, but moving on via Worth and Market Harborough to C.H. during and immediately after the war.
To find out more about this vividly remembered piece of history and fascinating book, Growing Up in a War, (Pimlico; London; March 2007; ISBN 97811845950873; price Â£17.99) visit the CHA website at:
http://www.chassociation.org/news/newsa ... NewsId=306
Autumn Events from the CHA
Spring has definitely sprung and as we move into summer, plans are already underway for two major CHA events taking place at the school in the autumn.
On 15th September, we will be holding a reunion for Coleridge A and B together, and on 4th October, we are inviting serving members of the military to take part in the school CCF inspection and speak to the pupils about a career in the military as part of a day of events and a lunch to gather Old Blues of similar interests together. Further details of these events will appear in due course, so keep checking the website for more news and weâ€™ll be in touch soon.
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