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Where are they now?

Campbell College Open Day, January 2018

Plenty of colourful pins were used!
Plenty of colourful pins were used!
22 Jan 2018
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With thanks to The Old Campbellian Society Vice-President, Robert Bell (6608); Deputy Vice-President, Sam McIlveen (6446); Chairman, Michael McAllister (7444) Members of Council, Michael Cooper (7520) and Christopher Slater (5054) for representing the Society at Campbell College Senior School Open Day, hosted Friday evening and Saturday morning.

The College enjoyed a really good turn out of prospective families.

Prospective parents viewing Campbell College were very interested in the depth and breadth of The Old Campbellian Society and were drawn to our 'Where are they now?' visual representation (plenty of colourful drawing pins used).

OCs are asked to list their current location when registering at http://www.oldcampbellians.co.uk; this will help us to develop and keep our OC map as up to date as possible!

 

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