Development and Alumni Relations Manager, [email protected]
Truro School was my home for 7 years between 1994 to 2001. A certain section of the Old Truronian Community might remember me as the boarder who lived on the Isles of Scilly.
I look back nostalgically at my Truro School days and the lifelong friends that I’ve made. These friendships are still going strong after more than 20 years.
Within my Development Office role I look forward to meeting more of the wider Old Truronian community, hosting events and playing a part in the School’s ambitious fundraising & bursary objectives.
Development and Alumni Relations Officer, [email protected]
My role involves continuing to maintain, build and reinforce relationships between the Truro School Community, Foundation and the Association. I am responsible for editing and producing the Truronian magazine and supporting our brilliant careers team with Truro School Connected - linking up Old Truronians with current students.
I am the first point of contact for any Old Truronian related queries so please don't hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to knowing as many OT's as possible.
School Archivist, [email protected]
I’ve been looking after the School Archive since January 2003. I grew up in Cornwall and went to Truro High School before studying History, firstly at Royal Holloway and then at Exeter University. My interest in local history has led to various projects including researching and writing about Trerice and its owners, the Cornwall Music Festival and Truro School.