A different view of my School Reunion by Paul Williams

Paul Williams, Class of 1984 I must admit that I was reticent about attending my 40th school reunion this weekend. I had been sick in the weeks prior to it, and not recovered fully. I’ve also become more reclusive and jealous of my private time over the last year or so and I am not...
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From New Zealand to our 60th Matric Reunion by Willo Stear

For me, returning to The Grey from New Zealand to attend our 60th Matric Reunion was a very special and memorable exercise. I was not only struck by the layers of excellence that have appeared since my previous visit but also by the extent to which Old Greys vigorously support their school and its initiatives...
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Heartfelt Congratulations on a Gallant Performance

The Rector, the Coaching team, the First Rugby squad, and the Proud Men and Community of Grey High School. Congratulations on your recent successful annual derby weekend against Wynberg Boys in Cape Town. I hope everyone arrived home safely and enjoyed their tour. I was filled with immense pride on Saturday afternoon as I watched...
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Class of 1967 Capetonians meet for lunch

It only takes two Old Greys to meet up anywhere to make it a convivial occasion and here we have six from the Class of 1967! Seated from the left are: Kevin Large, Doug Harrison, Gavin Brereton, Ian Pringle, John Featherstone and in the front James Coates The talk over the meal ranged from the...
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The “Spirit of Toft” by Ed Hurr

Put into retirement after 40 years of service, the “Spirit of Toft” was a lifesaving boat of the NSRI. This is a delightful story of the life of Thomas (Tommy) Toft, 1929 matric class and prefect, and father of Anne, Felicity and Penelope. Tommy raised the money to buy the 10-meter Beta Class Boat and...
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