Newsletter December 2023

December 23, 2023 Old Sandbachians Association 0

Since our last news letter, so much has happened, both globally and locally. One such event was the sad passing of former president Robin Astles, which we reported. During his presidency the current mission statement was created More

Newsletter Christmas 2021

December 7, 2021 Old Sandbachians Association 0

I trust this email finds you well. I am honoured to be asked to be the President again and look forward to the year ahead. The Old Sandbachians, like so many organisations, had to put events on hold for almost 2 years. Thankfully, as restrictions have lifted, we have started to resume normal service. More

Newsletter November 2021

November 7, 2021 Old Sandbachians Association 0

We hope this letter finds you well. So much has happened in the last 2 years, which was the last time the Old Sandbachians was able to hold any sort of event. The world has been turned upside down by the pandemic, and England nearly won another football trophy, More

Newsletter August 2020

It would be currently customary to start any email with a sentence including the words “extraordinary” and “unprecedented”.  The reason is of course that very few if any of us have lived in times where such restrictions have been placed on the population. More

Newsletter February 2020

February 17, 2020 Old Sandbachians Association 0

I write on a Saturday morning at 10:20, with storm Dennis battering the UK. My mind drifted back to such days at school. Somewhere in the region we would be smothering Vaseline on our legs to try and keep the cold out before heading onto a windswept rugby pitch. More

Newsletter December 2019

December 18, 2019 Old Sandbachians Association 0

Today I read a few interesting facts. At the weekend Man United will play their 4000th consecutive game with a home-grown talent in their match day squad, a record dating back to 1937. A Conservative MP will represent Leigh (in Greater Manchester) for the first time since the constituency was formed in 1887. More