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The new edition of Holles Connect magazine is out now

The Spring 2020 edition of Holles Connect magazine reveals why philanthropy is still at the heart of LEH.

The latest edition of Holles Connect - the annual magazine for all LEH alumnae - has a special focus on philanthropy.  Head Mistress Heather Hanbury explains why the Bursary Fund is a cause close to her heart, and there's a double page spread on the Great Big Bursary Ball, our major fundraiser last year.

In addition to opening up the archives for an exploration of the tradition of philanthropy, there are reports from current students about what they get out volunteering for charity, as well as profiles of six of our alumnae who have gone on to work in for the Not For Profit world.

Plus there's coverage of some of our LEH alumnae currently hitting the headlines, as well as reports of the latest school news. There's a range of photos showing the Holles Highlights of the year, plus a full listing of all forthcoming events, includng the Alumnae Lunch, which this year is on Saturday 3 October and will feature reunions for 5s and 10s (for example 1975 and 1990).

If you haven't recieved a copy of the magazine, please activate your account online to ensure your contact details are up to date.  And you can access an electronic flip-book version of the magazine in the Resources section of this website.

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