The sixth annual lunch was held on the 3rd May 2019 in the Cricket Pavilion.
Attendees enjoyed an excellent meal prepared by the School catering department, before being welcomed by the Head Master, Dr Tim Greene.
This was followed by a flute recital from Tom Barwick (SH) of Suite Antique for flute and piano – I. Prelude II. Ostinato III. Aria IV. Waltz by John Rutter, accompanied by James Drinkwater (Deputy Director of Music and the College Organist).
Tom has been a music scholar since 3rd form and achieved Grade 8 in oboe and distinction in his ARSM diploma in flute, playing in orchestra, flute group, chamber music and wind band. He hopes to study cognitive neuroscience at Edinburgh.
The 1862 Club was created to recognise and appreciate those who have included Clifton in their Will. It gives the School the opportunity to thank members in their lifetime. There are currently 125 members. For more information, click here to view the 1862 Club Brochure.
If you wish to join the 1862 Club, please download, complete and return the Application form below.
Click below for more images from the latest 1862 club lunch.