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Welcome to ‘The OBH Society’

The OBH Society was launched in 2013. The aim of ‘The OBH Society’ is to establish, grow and maintain an active network and community for Old Buckenham Hall pupils, parents and teachers – past, present and future. The idea has received tremendous support from school leavers, parents and the OBH board, with the idea that OBH should be a school for life not just for seven years.

The recently launched OBH Society webpages will provide news and events, content with school photos, team photos, alumni profiles with the aim of celebrating the history and legacy of our school. This is supported by social media (Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin) so please tag your friends and your year group on the 100+ years of school photos that we have recently posted to the OBH Society Facebook page (hyperlink). If you have any old photos of the school, team photos, plays, gang shows, please send them so we can post them in the growing library of content that we are compiling.

The primary goal of the OBH Society Committee in 2016 & 2017 is to re-connect with former pupils and parents, young and old, to create a strong and vibrant network for the future. The OBH Society Committee is actively seeking former pupils and parents from the 1920’s-to 2013 to help us reconnect with former pupils. Please email OBHSociety@obh.co.uk if you would like to help.

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Activities this week include: Painting with real flowers, Blossom tree craft Making apple bird feeders for the garden to take home

2 weeks ago

OBH Baby & Toddler - Nature

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Do you know your bhajis from your bhunas? Entry from 7.00pm onwards, first questions at 7.30pm. £20 per ticket, which include a glass of fizz, curry and pudding, cash bar. Tables of 8, smaller groups welcome. For more information contact lucy.cmwright@btinternet.com

4 weeks ago

The Friends of OBH Quiz & Curry night

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We are delighted to announce that Charles Bowman, former pupil, ex parent and the Lord Mayor elect has invited us to have a float in his Lord Mayor's Show on Saturday 11th November 2017. This is a very exciting event and the entire OBH community - pupils, parents, alumni, former parents and staff are invited to get involved. Please like and share. For more information please visit http://obh.co.uk/2017/04/…

4 weeks ago

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The OBH Society shared Old Buckenham Hall's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

We are delighted to announce that Charles Bowman, former pupil, ex parent and the Lord Mayor elect has invited us to have a float in his Lord Mayor's Show on Saturday 11th November 2017. This is a very exciting event and the entire OBH community - pupils, parents, alumni, former parents and staff are invited to get involved. Please like and share. For more information please visit http://obh.co.uk/2017/04/…

4 weeks ago

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In excess of 300 people attended Jeremy Hill's funeral at St Mary's Church, Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday 28th February. Several former pupils and members of staff were present, including Sheila Sewell and Martin Ives. Jeremy was subsequently buried at Brettenham Church. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Simon CookeWhat a brilliant person he was , he will be sorely missed.3 months ago

Simone GoldsmithA legend.... such sad news x3 months ago

Tom LawleyJGSH taught me English in about 1984 when he was starting at OBH. I'm afraid to say we were as odious as only 11 year olds can be; he was as kind, loving and forgiving as only a man of his calibre can be. A gentle gentleman.3 months ago

Sarah TownsendThe world is a poorer place without this gentle man. Our world is the poorer...3 months ago

Kenneth WongThis's a utterly shocking news to me. I had him as my tutor at OBH when I had come to England for the first time. Even more regrettably, I didn't have a chance to meet him as well as impressing him by the outstanding commands of my English now. He'll certainly be remembered by many of us. RIP3 months ago

Mary JardineLegend - my boys have very happy memories - we are very sad to hear this news. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.3 months ago

Kate FitzpatrickShocking to me too. Only just found out. Would have liked to go to say goodbye. A good man.3 months ago

Emma WardWonderful man3 months ago

Tim EdwardsA real teacher with a Morris Minor and a cable knit jumper, legend !3 months ago

Ned GoodbournI'm so terribly saddened by this news. Jeremy was such a kind man who always had a smile on his face. Much love to his family.3 months ago

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