Andi Barker, magician Sam Joia and Chris Barker
Andi Barker, magician Sam Joia and Chris Barker

Ashvillian Society Hosts Annual Black Tie Reunion Dinner

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Former students and staff members from Harrogate’s have attended an annual black tie dinner at the Majestic Hotel.

Hosted by the Ashvillian Society – the school’s alumni association – “old Ashvillians”, together with current teachers and staff members, enjoyed a prosecco reception and three-course dinner, before hearing speeches from Ashvillian Society President, Simon Donkin, who proposed the toast to the College, and Ashville College Headmaster, Richard Marshall, who was attending his first OA Dinner.

The evening was rounded off by dancing to Remember Hillards.

 



 

Gwen Goodhall, Andy Booth and Carol Mann
Gwen Goodhall, Andy Booth and Carol Mann
Ashvillian Society President Simon Donkin, Peter Forster, Kym Marshall and Ashville College Headmaster Richard Marshall
Ashvillian Society President Simon Donkin, Peter Forster, Kym Marshall and Ashville College Headmaster Richard Marshall
Ashvillian Society President Simon Donkin, Peter Forster, Kym Marshall and Ashville College Headmaster Richard Marshall
Ashvillian Society President Simon Donkin, Peter Forster, Kym Marshall and Ashville College Headmaster Richard Marshall
Ashvillian Society President Simon Donkin, Peter Forster, Kym Marshall and Ashville College Headmaster Richard Marshall
Ashvillian Society President Simon Donkin, Peter Forster, Kym Marshall and Ashville College Headmaster Richard Marshall
David Fallow, Helen Fallow, Jane Hanson and Mark Hanson
David Fallow, Helen Fallow, Jane Hanson and Mark Hanson
Nicola Stamford, Lynn Conway and Eevi Arter
Nicola Stamford, Lynn Conway and Eevi Arter

 

Kenny Heng, Simon Fretwell, Thilakan Ramalingham and Ian Brown
Kenny Heng, Simon Fretwell, Thilakan Ramalingham and Ian Brown

 




 


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