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OO clay pigeon shoot

Alasdair Wilson (1967-74) bid for, and won, an afternoon clay pigeon shooting in the auction at the 2021 Founder's Dinner.
19 Jul 2022
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Donated, and hosted, by James Lloyd (1974-87) at his home in Bronygarth, Alasdair travelled from London to enjoy an afternoon of clean country air, wholesome food, a tipple or two, and clay after clay being launched into the air.


The shooting party: (L-R) Ian Wilson (1969-75), Oliver van Liefland (current pupil), James Lloyd (1974-87), Alasdair Wilson (1967-74), Alan Halliday-Taylor (current parent), Ashley Allen (current parent), Catherine Halliday-Taylor (current parent), Ethan Lloyd (current pupil), Ron Lloyd


 


 

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