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Allanian Autumn Walk

A lovely afternoon of fresh air, good conversation and delicious cake.
19 Oct 2021
Alumni News
Miss Houlton chatting to former pupils Sarah Copley and Charlotte Bell
Miss Houlton chatting to former pupils Sarah Copley and Charlotte Bell

Allanians of all ages including current and former students, parents and governors came together on a beautiful October afternoon to walk together and catch up in the local countryside. Two teachers in attendence were Miss Houlton our former Head of Modern Foreign Languages (1973-89) and Jill Clancy (Danskin) who taught Music at the schools from 2010-2014. We enjoyed tea and cake afterwards kindly hosted by Allanian Society Chairman Stephen Davies and his wife Jen in their garden. Thank you to all who attended, we look forward to doing more walks in the future. In the meantime, if there are events you would like to suggest for the future or even host, please do contact us: development@dameallans.co.uk or call Menisha Gela, Director of Development at the Schools for a chat 0191 275 1500. We would love to hear from you.

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