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Old Boys are invited to a range of events including the traditional annual '42 Club Dinner, Class Reunions, Young Old Boys Catch-Ups and many more

A full list of current events can be found on The Arnold Society website where old boys can automatically express an interest to attend. 

Events include:

The Annual ‘42 Club Dinner

The traditional ‘42 Club Dinner was launched in 1957 and takes place once a year in the Spring or Summer term. In recent years the dinner has taken place at private member clubs and hotels in the West End or the School itself. This event is organised by the '42 Club Committee - for more information please contact David.Burr@The42Club.com

Recent Leavers' Reunion

In December of each year, the School holds an informal reunion for those who have left the School over the previous two years and to date, the event has been very successful with nearly every old boy attending from those two years. During the evening amusing anecdotes are exchanged, little black books compared and old friendships rekindled – a very heart-warming pre-Christmas scene.

Class Reunions

Class reunions are organised each year with a focus on 10 year, 15 year & 20 year + since leaving the School. 

Old Boy Sport at Canons Park

Old boys are welcome to recreate their prep school sport endeavours at the AH home ground at Canons Park with a range of matches in football, rugby and cricket available during the appropriate seasons. 

Armistice Day

Old Boys are invited to attend the annual remembrance service at St Cyprian’s Church. This traditional remembrance day service is attended by all the current boys and staff in Years 6–8 where it is a commemoration for those Arnold House Boys who lost their lives during the war and are remembered along with Miss Hanson on two plaques within the church. 

For further information about events please visit www.arnoldsociety.co.uk/events

If you would like to organise a reunion or sports match please email alumni@arnoldhouse.co.uk 

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