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The OB London Club has a flourishing membership of former pupils.
Click here for all our events, including the regular London Club Dinners which are on the last Tuesday in January, February, March, April, June, September and October. Our flagship annual event is the Annual Dinner in November at the Carlton Club – the 2017 Annual Dinner will be on Friday 24 November.
We’re also planning more ad hoc events, including riverside drinks and get-togethers at various venues across London.
For more information, contact the Hon. Secretary Deborah Williams on 07768 227880 or email@example.com
Following an initiative by ACR Carter – our founder and an early Secretary and President – the OB London Club was established by a group of prominent Old Bradfordians (then known as “Old Boys”) living in London and the South East. Our first recorded meeting was in 1896, and the Club was incorporated in 1913 in its present form as an independent club for Old Bradfordians living, working or just visiting the Capital.
The aims of the Club remain the same today, and we extend a warm welcome to guests of Old Bradfordians at our regular programme of dinners and get-togethers.
The main objective of the OB London Club is to provide opportunities for former pupils to meet up and enjoy a regular programme of dinners and other get-togethers.
The OB London Club contributes to:
We’re always delighted to welcome newcomers. It doesn’t matter if you left the School last year or the last decade.
So, whether you want to relax with a bunch of friendly OBs, you’re looking for careers advice or new to London and just want to see a friendly face, a network of Old Bradfordians is here.
If you’re interested in joining us, simply click here to get in touch.
Club membership is free! Plus, Dinner is free for first timers at any of our regular Dinners.
To read the full Memorandum and Articles of the Old Bradfordians’ Club (London) Ltd, please click here.