Places are still available for lunch on Sunday 13th January. Shake off the January blues by joining friends old and new on the Hill to celebrate the spirit of Plymouth House over the last 120 years!
We learn this morning from his Son John Mann that Very sadly Ralph Mann passed away in the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, early this morning 4 April 2014.
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We are delighted to bring you the next installment of Ralph Mann's book Chapter 13 - Kingham Field Farm.
The autobiography of a Kingham Hill School boy: John Timmins, Sheffield House 1957-1962.
War Baby: The true story of a search for identity by a boy adopted in the confusion of World War II
Brief Description: John Timmins has led an extraordinary life, from being given up for adoption at just six months old at the end of World War II and orphaned at a young age, through time spent travelling and working abroad, several troubled marriages and many different careers. The one thing that has dominated his life above all else is his quest to find his true identity.
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Join us on the Hill for afternoon tea enjoyed whilst watching and cricket and hockey matches this Saturday 6 July. Tea will be served by the cricket pavilion from 3:30pm. This will be followed by drinks at the Mill House Hotel in Kingham from 6:30pm.
As the main school Reception will be closed, please look out for the KHA signing in book which will be located on a table near to where tea is served. We would be grateful if you could sign the book.
If you would like to secure your copy of this absorbing book; Send a cheque for £10.00 made out to " KHACTF " to;
1 Denbigh Court
White Hill Avenue
Alternatively contact Simon Briggs by clicking here
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