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WELCOME to the Ottershaw School Old Boys' Society website which has been created for anyone who went to or has an interest in Ottershaw School which opened 1948 and closed 1980 - more.

 Annual or life membership of the Ottershaw School Old Boys' Society (OSOBS) is open to all ex-pupils and staff at the school during any time of its existence.

For any questions or matters relating to membership, please click here to contact Nigel Wright our Membership Secretary.

Please Note : On this site, "OT" is used to refer to people from the the first intake in 1948 to 1967 then "OTT" for people from 1967 to 1979, i.e. the last intake. We know that everyone in reallity was an "OTT" but the society uses this convention to help identify people with the same number from the early and later times of the school more easily.

New Gallery - We are pleased to be able to offer a new section in our gallery - it consists of newpaper cuttings about the school kindly supplied by Old Boys Chris Wade and Peter White. More sections will be added soon. If you have other documents which may be of interest, please contact our IT manager.

The 1960s Old Boys Group will meet again on July 17th 2015. If you would like to know more or wish to be added to our mailing list, please click here to contact us or to find out more about us click here.

A book of the history of Ottershaw Park by John Athersuch is available from here

Thanks to John Chapman, we now have a copy of The Banned 1970 School Photo.

The 2014 AGM and luncheon was a huge success - with more people than ever attending. Luckily a photographic record of the event was taken and has been kindly supplied by Old Boy Mark Toynbee OTT 228. Click here to view.

We often get asked if someone is still alive but sadly but as time passes there are a few less Old Boys around.  We have therefore compiled a list of the more recent deaths which have been notified to us. Please click here to view.

Are you part of an Old Boys' group?  Or do you meet with other Old Boys? If so then why not create a page on our website to tell others of your activities? If you would like to create a page please click here to contact our moderator who will then contact you and help guide you through the process.

The Ottershaw Rugger Shirt Mystery Now solved  - Click here  for the answer.

If you want to register to use our forum please click here to read our terms and conditions

Run Like a Stag  - Click here to go directly to the Run Like a Stag page or to place an order for the book about the school..

 

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