The original OR Guest book and Member directory could not be carried over from the old site. Old Rendcombians can review their original website member login details from the 2014 archive upon request. If you have any comments, suggestions or material that could be added to these pages, please email the Website Administrator at email@example.com
Original OR Website Notice board up to Sept 2012
If anyone knows of the whereabouts of Adam Hawkins, who left Rendcomb in 1997, could you please contact the Webmaster at oldrendcombian.org.uk to assist a relative in tracing him. Thank you.
Compiled by Chris Wood and Bill White, a photographic history of Rendcomb is available. See the Merchandise Page for more details and other books.
The Friends of Rendcomb
Would you like to raise money for the Friends of Rendcomb every time you shop online?
See: Easy Fundraising for more details
Cirencester Housing for Young People
Cirencester Housing for Young People is a charity that homes 18 young and vulnerable people between the ages of 16-25. The charity has lost a very large portion of it’s funding, which means that it will be losing 7 bed spaces, with a possibility of losing the remaining 11 bed spaces. CHYP has helped over 500 people in the past 24 years and we would like it to continue.
If you would like to contribute towards saving our charity please send donations to Millie Curtis at CHYP, 29-31 Querns Lane, Cirencester, Glos. GL7 1RL.
See also our Facebook entry.
The CharChar Trust
Many visitors to this site will have heard of the tragic death of Veronica Parker (née Thresh, 1975-77) and her ten year old daughter Charlotte while on safari in Zimbabwe in March 2007. Her husband Kelvin has established a charity in their memory, The CharChar Trust, to aid schools initially in Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
More details can be found on their web site at: www.thecharchartrust.org, or they can be contacted by email: mail at thecharchartrust.org
Donations can be made to the CharChar Trust via Barclays Bank, Ipswich. Sort code: 20-44-51. Account number: 40180459.
OR’s Sports Reunions
In an effort to increase the regular return of OR’s to the sports days each term can anyone who is interested in playing or returning please contact me at
patrickb at tindirect.com, or see the Reunions page.
You can also help the organisers and let others know you will be attending by registering in the members section then registering on the reunions page… please give it a go! Thanks, Pat.
Peter Hurbert Spencer Harris OR 1941 to 1948
I did not attend Rendcomb but my grandfather Peter Hurbert Spencer Harris did, and I am looking for any of his old class mates. He was born in 1930 so I have guessed the dates. Please if anyone knew him may they contact me. Sadly Peter died in a car crash in 1964.
Elaine Harris, linkinkidgirl at aol.com (Invalid address)
Williams and Mealing Families
I have no connection with Rendcomb College, but my grandfather came from Rendcomb and his father Charles Williams was a servant at Rendcomb when it was a private house. I have recently discovered that another relative, William Mealing, committed a murder in Rendcomb while of unsound mind. I would like to hear from anyone who may have information about the Williams or Mealing families.
There is a link to some information here.
Helen Evans, helenevans at ntlworld.com