Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > School > We had a super day out at the Family Fun Day - highly recommended!

We had a super day out at the Family Fun Day - highly recommended!

£3,500 raised at Campbell College Junior School Family Fun Day!

Junior School Parent Representatives on duty!
Junior School Parent Representatives on duty!

Featured

Fiona Young

Here's to next year!

Highlights were Luther (11) and Oscar (6), current pupils having a whale of a time with their friends whilst we enjoyed eating cake and chatting with fellow parents! Loved seeing the Pipe Bank surrounded by The Emerald Garrison!

Delighted to hear such a sum was raised and that Tiny Life and the Brain Tumour charity benefitted from everyone's efforts!

Similar stories

Americas Branch

OC Branch - Americas

Mark Smyth (6265) is the Honorary Branch Secretary for the Americas. More...

Australian Branch Dinner - Sat 15 Jul 17

An Old Campbellians Dinner is planned to take place in Sydney on Saturday 15th July 2017. More...

Obituary - Ian Rosborough

It is with regret that the Society announces the death of Ian Rosborough. More...

One of those casualties in the 36th Division was Second Lieutenant William Moore (OC 879)
Remembering the 12 OCs killed at Battle of Passchendaele

Twelve OCs were killed during the battle, the majority as officers and serving in the 36th (Ulster) Division. For Campbe… More...

Rules Restaurant
London OCs @ Rules Restaurant - Thu 27 Apr 17

The OC Society London Branch recently held an event at Rules Restaurant in April. More...

Most read

Obituary - Cecil Pedlow

It is with regret that the Society announces the death of Cecil Pedlow (1947-1951). More...

OC Ball 2019 & 125th Celebrations

Over 200 OCs, Parents & Guests Attended The OC Ball On Friday The 25th Of October More...

Obituary - Robert Watts

It is with regret that the Society announces the death of Robert Watts (1936 - 40). More...

This website is powered by
ToucanTech