2007 is on Saturday 7 July
Back in 2004 when we held the
last reunion I said I'd arrange the next one for 2007 when we would all be 40!
Although it doesn't seem like three years have passed 2007 is here and most of
us are now 40 so the reunion is set for Saturday 7th July from 8pm at The Bull
Inn, Battle. We hope to see as many of you as possible there.
The Reunion on Saturday 19
The venue as before was the Abbey Hotel on the Abbey Green in Battle.
We had a very good turnout with around sixty people. Judging by the number
of people who said to me they had a good time and the amount of smiling and
laughter the evening was a great success. Forty photos from the reunion
can be seen in the Photos section.
Here is what people have
said about the reunions:
still can’t believe that 20 years have slipped by; meeting you all again gave me
a real buzz, I must try harder (as my school report often read) to keep in
touch….no excuse now”
– Ben White
“Thought Saturday was a
success again, different people there again which was great, a great chance to
do lots of catching up. Looking forward to the next one.”
– Fran Steuart-Pownall (Wickerson)
“Thanks for arranging such
a great night out, it was great to see so many old friends.”
- Diana Allen (Wells)
"Thanks for a good time on
Saturday, It was really good to catch up with everyone again - not enough time
though. A lot of good memories came flooding back!, I'm looking forward to the
next one!" - Iain Kenny
for organising a fab evening on Saturday.” - Becki Watkins (Knight)
If you came along to one of the
reunions and want your comments added to this page then send me a message
through the Contact page.
Reunions in 2003
The prompt for a reunion in
2003 was the fact that it was twenty years since we left Claverham!
There were two reunion evenings at the Abbey Hotel in Battle. The
first on Saturday 7 June, organised by Debbie and Leslie, attracted around fifty people. Some people had to be persuaded to go along but afterwards
said that it was an excellent evening and they were really glad they went. I
enjoyed talking to people and hearing what they had been doing for the last
twenty years. It was surprising to find out how many people still live in
Battle, Hastings and the villages even though you never see them around. Unfortunately no one took any photos
on this evening.
The second reunion evening on Wednesday 13 August was attended by around thirty
people, which wasn't bad for a Wednesday evening in the holiday season. I
evening because Lucy Wilkins missed the first reunion as she was living in Singapore and wanted to meet up with a few people from school while she
was back for a holiday. A few people took photos and they can be seen in the