BLUNDERBUSS is aimed at former members of both Farnham Grammar Schools and Farnham College who attended between 1971 and 1979.
The website has developed over the last few years and aims to reach a wider audience through cyberspace which will (hopefully) prompt wider and faster feedback, and bring back happy memories.
Currently BLUNDERBUSS is masterminded by Mike Mehta and John Clarke, who just so happen to have been involved in the production of the original Roneoed editions of BLUNDERBUSS (courtesy of Mrs Brown).
Geoff Whiting kindly set up a new Facebook Group -
We hope the Facebook Group will facilitate easier posting & sharing of photos and other memories, although we aim to keep the website developing along its usual lines.
Class of '71 -
Your Entertainments Committee is organising a 60th Birthday Celebration BBQ for next summer. It will be held at the “Barley Mow”, Tilford on Sunday 16 August 2020 (please note the change of date) from noon onwards with a BBQ from 1-
This event will be open to partners/spouses.
We will have exclusive use of a BBQ run for us, together with the recently converted Coach House
(seating for 40) and use of the outside seating area leading down to the river.
The cost of the BBQ to include nibbles, is £20 pp. Please see attached BBQ menu, 'silver' option.
There will be a cash bar.
We appreciate this is a year away however, the venue is extremely popular and books up for the
It would be great to see as many of you as possible, together with any former staff (who will be e-
We will confirm details of payment in due course.
The menu can be viewed here (pdf file)
Donald Nicolson (“Old Nick”)
We are sorry to announce that Donald Nicolson, known to many as Nick, died peacefully on 7 March 2020 at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge. A quiet funeral took place in Cambridge on 6 April.
After a couple of falls last summer he had needed daily visits from carers as well as support from family members, but he remained in his Cambridge house, where he had lived independently and happily since 1987, until his last three days.
Donald would have been 95 in May 2020, and had enjoyed a 94th birthday gathering at a pub last year with a group of his children, grandchildren and two great-
A memorial and celebration of his long life will be held once circumstances allow, possibly in the autumn.