It was wonderful to welcome back a cohort of Old Truronians on Saturday 28 October for the 101st Annual Reunion Dinner. On guest list were those who left from 1958 onwards, to our most recent Old Truronian who left in 2013.
Guests arrived from 6.30pm to a glass of bubbly, and a chance to view some of the objects and photographs diligently curated specially by School Archivist/Researcher, Jo Wood. At 7.25pm guests were welcome to take their seats for dinner. The School Grace was delivered by Reverend Helen Byrne, and a starter of butternut squash risotto and parsnip and apple soup quickly brought out. The mains that followed were feather blade of beef with Forestier garnish and celeriac tartlet with wild mushrooms, followed by black forest mousse with cherry ice cream for pudding.
As ever, a huge thank you to all the guests for coming back for this historic reunion at Truro School. Many of you travel from far and wide to return back to our school ‘high on the hill’, and it is a delight to see old friends catching up in the hall where you once sat for many school lunches and boarding dinners.
Finally of course, thank you to the events, catering, caretaking, and operational support teams who all work months ahead, and on the night itself, to help make the Annual Reunion Dinner happen.
If you would like to attend a future reunion, make sure you’re on the mailing list by clicking here and updating your details with us. See you all again for the 102nd Annual Reunion Dinner, 2024!