On Sunday 9th September we opened our third girls' boarding house. With more pupils at Kingham Hill at the start of this school year than at the end of the last, and with the percentage of girls at the school now 40%, more beds needed to be found.
Kingham Hill Association
Patron: Lord Adonis of Camden
Minutes of Meeting
Meeting Date: Saturday 16th March 2013 Meeting Location: Kingham Hill School
Friday evening 16th March.
The annual event for the prestigious "Wojcek Gambaski Trophy" in memory of past KHA editor Peter Johansen, aka Yogi, was held in the school dining room commencing about 7 pm. A meal of chicken curry with naan bread was provided and the sixth form bar was open, see what you missed!.
Nick Seward (part time), Jon Montgomerie, Leo Smith, Brian Dean, Simon Briggs, Mike Kent, John Hughes, Bryan Shaw, Mike Tadman, Simon Howlett, Iain Helstrip.
Apologies for absence:- Eddie White, Kenny Wingfield, & R. Hughes
Circulation: Those above and Keith Target & Jo Cavan.
Those present:- Nick Seward (part time), Jon Montgomerie, Kenny Winfield, Tony Middleton, Leo Smith, Brian Dean, Mike Kent, Eddie White, John Hughes, John Timmins, Bryan Shaw, Mike Tadman, Iain Helstrip.
Apologies for absence:- S. Briggs R. Hughes
Circulation: KHSD web site those present and James Woolliams, Simon Howlett, Amanda Kaye, Jo Cavan & Mr. K. Targett
Gentlemen & Friends:
We were informed this morning by one of ours (Matt Huber) who had just picked up on an obituary notice in today's Telegraph: (Link at the end of this message) a very dear friend of ours has recently passed on:
Timothy Kenneth Whitfield Hart (Head of School , Head of House Sheffield). For details of his memorial service please click 'read more'
Mrs Judith Benson was in contact with us this afternoon. It is with the deepest of regret and with much sadness we have to inform you that Basil Benson passed away on Sunday morning the 3rd February 2013. Basil taught at KHS from 1954 -1962 and was held in the highest regard by many boys and colleagues of Kingham Hill.
For details of the memorial service please click read more.
Bradford House left KHS 1980
News has only just reached us that Mark Freeman died suddenly of a heart attack on March 14th 2005, at the age of just 42.
Mark was at Kingham Hill School right up until completing his A-levels (upper 6th form) in academic year 1979-1980, by which time he was deputy Head Boy, a Colour Sergeant in the CCF, Head of Bradford House and captain of the second XV rugby team.
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