Welcome to the Old Wellingtonians' Association
06/07/2021
(Willows 1985 - 1989) peacefully passed away during the early hours of Tuesday 6th July 2021.

Our thoughts are with the family, who have commented that 'Daimon was always the life and soul of the ...
16/06/2021
(Darks 1942 – 1950)

John was head boy from 1949 – 1950, a keen sportsman cricket and athletics – at times captain.

He was followed by his brother Peter Labdon (Lights 1957 – 1960) and
John was ...
30/04/2021
Ruth worked at the School for 38 years and in that time touched many pupils' lives both in her maternal role in Lights and subsequently as School Secretary and Headmaster's PA.

She will always be r ...
15/01/2021
Willows 1953 - 1958
Known as Charlie to those in his House, Colin has passed away after a battle with cancer. Our thoughts are with his brother Frank (Willows 1953 - 1957).
05/01/2021
Oak 1999 to 2007
Richard was killed in a car accident in Gran Canaria on 8th December 2020 along with his partner Rita Garcia, Rita's sister Marta and her father Ivan.

Richard's passion was for ...
05/01/2021
Richards 1971 - 1979
Died suddenly at his home.
02/12/2020
Director of Music at Wellington from 1978 to 1995 and in that time transformed the music department, creating a vibrant and busy environment for budding musicians to thrive in. He passed on the gift o ...
03/08/2020
Hardwick 1950 - 1955

David was a member of Avon and Somerset Police before moving to Australia
28/06/2020
Lights/School House 1945 - 1951

Michael died very suddenly in Malaysia on 28th June. He was Head Boy and later a School Governor.

Subsequently he had a distinguished career as a law teacher . H ...
25/04/2020
Adrian was at School from 1957 to 1961 and was in Lights. In his step daughter's words he was "a proud Old Wellingtonian"
24/04/2020
Lights/School House 1957 - 1963

Simon passed away after losing his battle with cancer.
01/02/2020
Overside/Darks Snr Boys 1962 - 1963

Robert lived in America and in his wife, Gail's words was very fond of the School. "Bob often spoke fondly of his time at Wellington, and in fact, we visited the ...
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