Ernie Stone Funeral
I have been informed of the death of Ernie. He recently moved to his daughters in Stevenage. The funeral arrangements have been confirmed as 11.00am on Tuesday 11th December at New Southgate Crematorium, Brunswick Park Road, New Southgate N11 1JJ. After at Oakleigh Park LT&S Club, 100 Oakleigh Road North, N20 9EZ. Roger
See Obituaries for details of Barry McRae, Ralph (Ben) Batchelor, Geraint Pritchard, Dickie Rundle, David Johns and John Fiddy.
OSFC Vets Day
There was a good turn out of footballing vets to support the First X1 in their cup match against Cambridge Heath played in the sunshine last Saturday 20th October. We won the match and the drinking competition afterwards. Well done Ian Meyrick for organising the supporters club.
September Lunch at the Imperial
There was a bumper turn out of 42 Old Boys for our September Lunch, accompanied by our guests, The Clerk, William Alden and Master David Allan. We had a wide range of ages in attendance from the youngest at 51 years old to the eldest at 91 years young! This time we introduced name badges for each attendee which included their school years – a great idea suggested by Stu Behn and to be adopted for future lunches. This was gratefully received by all and particularly useful to those of us that forget our own names!… Read more
Pete Bennett scoops Player of the Year at Brickenden Grange
Dates for the Diary
Wednesday 5th December 2018
OSA Christmas Lunch at Stationers’ Hall, 12.15 for drinks
Sunday 9th December 2018
OSA Carol Service Hornsey Parish Church, St Mary with St George, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH at 4pm.
Friday 29th March 2019
OSA Annual Dinner and AGM
at Stationers’ Hall.
Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge
For those of you who are not intending to join the merry band of OSA walkers on Tuesday May 21st but would like to show some support for our efforts the following website has been set up after discussions with Marj (Geraint’s partner) and Macmillan Nurses:
I can’t guarantee that the more you give the faster we will walk but it may inspire us over the last few miles. Please see A Challenge to remember Geraint for details of the walk.