Pictures from the OWCA Dinner 2006
A potpourri of pictures from the archives. If you have any pictures you would like included please e-mail to email@example.com
Here are some of the pictures taken at the OWCA Centenary held at the Imperial Hotel, London in March 2008 with nearly 200 Old Boys and their guests attending. Photos by Tariq Chaudry 07973 746901 web site: www.tariqimages.com (please copy and paste into your address bar)
Along with the Association, OWCFC celebrated its Centenary. To mark this occasion there were 2 special representative matches played at Mitcham on Sunday 5th October 2008.
Pictures from the 101st OWCA Dinner held at the Imperial Hotel on Friday March 27th 2009. Photos by Tariq Chaudry 07973 746901 web site: www.tariqimages.com (please copy and paste into your address bar)
Pictures from the OWCA Dinner 2011
228 Pictures from the 102nd OWCA Dinner held at WCS on Friday March 26th 2010. Photos taken by James O'Leary, the School's Media, Resources & Marketing Manager.
The latest additions to the growing archive sent in by Old Westminster Cits and friends of the school. Please keep sending them if you can to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictures taken by James OLeary teacher at WCS at the 104th OWCA Dinner held on Friday March 23rd at the school.
Pictures taken by James OLeary teacher at WCS at the 105th OWCA Dinner held at the school.
Pictures from the OWCA Dinner 2014 Held at WCS
Pictures from the OWCA Dinner 2015 Held at WCS
Mike Sackett has discovered pictures taken at two Discos organised by OWCFC in the early 1980s.
Pictures from Keith Mackenzie of various OWCFC elevens in the 1970s and a football tour to LLoret around 1972.
The reunion with sports master Brian Chubb in February 2015. Thanks to Chandra Mutucamarana for these pictures.
Pictures by Chandra Mutucamarana, Bob Blanchett and Chris Hare.
The photos that were on display in the bar at Mitcham have now been scanned and are posted here. They span nearly 100 years of Old Boy’s football, with the odd cricket and hockey picture thrown in. We are indebted to Bethany Johnstone who undertook the task of scanning the originals.