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Regional Lunches in Winchester and Exeter

Attract many Bradfieldians to catch up again
Lunch at Cote Brasserie, Exeter
Lunch at Cote Brasserie, Exeter

Two well supported regional lunches have been hosted during March at Brasserie Blanc in Winchester on Friday 11 March and also at Cote Brasserie in Exeter on Friday 18 March.

Thank you to everyone who joined us for both lunches and sorry not to see those of you unable to attend - we hope to see you next time! The aim of these events is to gather in Bradfield's name and enjoy the company of other Bradfieldians, to catch up, reminisce and also for you to hear a little of the Bradfield of today. I think the pictures taken at the events ably capture this spirit.

The Winchester event was our very first regional lunch and this is our 5th time hosting it after a break for Covid. We have a mix of regular OBs who have been to all the lunches such as Chris Jenkins (B 63-68), Peter Short (G 47-50),Peter Came (D 77-81) and Julian Spencer (D 70-74) and others who joined us for the first time this year such as David Lancaster (F 68-72), Christopher Bentley (F 71-75), Andrew Quick (H 77-82), Simon Moore (B 62-67), Tim Law (F 66-71) and Orlando Saer (C 84-89).

The Exeter Lunch represented our second visit to the city and involved many students studying in Exeter. Older OBs included Mike Pash (A 51-56) and William Corbett (G 72-75). Some students in their final year at Exeter included Tiff Hurren(G 12-17), Ben McBain (G 13-18), Amber Miles (M 13-18), Lili Devonald (M 16-18) and Bella Birts (M 14-19). Most recent leavers who joined us included Poppy Wallis (K 15-20) who will also be joining us for the 2020 Leavers' Ball in June.

Photos of both the events can be seen in the Photo Gallery below.


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