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Alumnae Reunion '23 Tickets on Sale Now

Come and relive your LEH School days as you walk the corridors again, catch up with old classmates and hear current pupil performances at the Alumnae Reunion 2023 on Saturday 7 October.

There will be plenty of time to chat and catch up with each other and take a look round as this lively annual get-together runs from 11am to 3pm. Tickets cost £20 per person and are refundable (minus a processing fee) up to one month before the event. They include welcome coffee, a two-course lunch and afternoon tea.

Book your tickets here: https://www.hollesconnect.org.uk/event/alumnae-reunion-2023

There will be an especially warm welcome for all alumnae celebrating significant graduation anniversaries - so all members of classes ending in a '3' or an '8', ie the Class of 2013, who this year will be marking their tenth anniversary reunion, or members of the Class of 1988, who left LEH 35 years ago. If you're hoping for a big turnout and you'd like help contacting former classmates, please let us know.

What to expect: -

  • A welcome from the new Head Mistress, Rowena Cole.
  • Stunning performances from some of our most gifted music scholars
  • A tour of the school
  • A delicious lunch and slap up tea
  • Lots of lively chat
  • A flood of memories from your school days
  • We're really looking forward to seeing you there.

Some of the comments from last year's guests: -

“It was wonderful to walk the old corridors again and share so many memories with old classmates,” Clare O’Kane, Class of 1987.

“What a lovely time we had at the Reunion. Thank you so much to everyone who worked so hard to give us a memorable time. I feel very proud to have been part of LEHS,” Jean Wynd, Class of 1957.

"It was wonderful to be welcomed back into school by Heather Hanbury and some of the current delightful sixth formers.  Meeting up with other retired staff and former pupils, particularly the class of 1982, was such a joy," Mary Beardwood, former Deputy Head and PE teacher.

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