Geoff Piggott dies aged 93

October 14, 2021 Old Sandbachians Association 0

It is with incredible sadness that we have to let you know that Geoff Piggott passed away on Tuesday (12th October). Geoff joined the staff as Head of Geography in 1954, remaining at the school until his retirement in 1987, completing 33 years service. More

New Date Set for London 2020 Reception

February 22, 2021 Old Sandbachians Association 0

The Old Sandbachians’ Association is delighted to announce a new date for our much postponed London 2020 Reception.
Following on from the UK government’s recent “roadmap” announcement, we now feel confident the event can finally take place on Saturday, June 26th, 2021 More

Interview: Cyril Horsley – Part 3

February 19, 2021 Old Sandbachians Association 0

Cyril Horsley was at Sandbach School from 1938. He is the oldest Sandbachian that we know. He attended St Peter’s Primary School in Elworth, where he was a friend the late Reg Dunning. He was at the school through the war years and was able to give a unique insight into life in those difficult times. More

Interview: Cyril Horsley – Part 2

December 14, 2020 Old Sandbachians Association 0

Cyril Horsley was at Sandbach School from 1938. He is the oldest Sandbachian that we know. He attended St Peter’s Primary School in Elworth, where he was a friend the late Reg Dunning. He was at the school through the war years and was able to give a unique insight into life in those difficult times. More

Obituary: Geoff Pike

December 10, 2020 Old Sandbachians Association 0

The Old Sandbachians’ Association is deeply saddened to hear from Sandbach School of the passing of Geoff Pike, a much-loved teacher and friend of the school.

He taught Business and IT at the school from 1999 and more recently worked at the Lodge with students on Alternative Provision. More

Interview: Cyril Horsley – Part 1

November 10, 2020 Old Sandbachians Association 0

Cyril Horsley was at Sandbach School from 1938. He is the oldest Sandbachian that we know. He attended St Peter’s Primary School in Elworth, where he was a friend the late Reg Dunning. He was at the school through the war years and was able to give a unique insight into life in those difficult times. More