37 OMs attended the Annual General Meeting on 22 June 2016 at the National Liberal Club. It was a particular pleasure to welcome David Brown (Burton Bank 1956-61) who was visiting from the United States. The Club was also especially pleased that the new Head of MHS, Mrs. Frances King, was able to attend the AGM and provide attendees with an update on developments within the School and her views for the future. A lively Q and A session followed her presentation. ..
The glorious weather helped to make Old Millhillians Day on Saturday 19th September a lovely occasion. Old Millhillians, several of whom had brough ttheir families caught up with old school friends and Masters and enjoyed a delicious lunch on the Headmaster's Lawn. ..
2014 is the 75th anniversary of the School's connection with St.Bees School in Cumbria and we were delighted to organise a Choral Evensong in the School Chapel to mark the occasion on Sunday 12th January 2014. We were especially pleased that the St Bees School Choir joined the Mill Hill School Foundation Choir in a collaborative service to commemorate the shared history of the two Schools and the evacuation of Millhillians to St Bees during the 2nd World War from1939 until 1945. ..
Thankfully the weather behaved itself and over 100 OMs visited the School to have drinks in the Octagon followed by a superb lunch in the Dining Hall. It was good to see old and young mix and to have vistirs from afar. Unfortunately the OM 1st XV lost against Cheshunt but the spectators enjoyed watching the match. There was tea and cakes in the afternoon to round offthe day. Thank you to the School for their generous hospitality. ..
For the first time for as long as most people could remember the inclement weather meant that the School and OMs attending could not parade through the Gate of Honour. Nevertheless the laying of wreaths and last post took place in Chapel at the traditional service, at which our new President, Mike Corby, read a lesson. There were some 15 Old Millhillians attending the occasion and they were much moved by the address delivered by the new Chaplain, Dr R Warden, and equally impressed with the singing of the choir under the new Director of Music, Dr O. Medlicott. The School kindly provided a light lunch afterwards for visitors. ..
Old Millhillians Day took place on Saturday 25th September with a full timetable of events for OMs and their families. As usual the School catering department put on a superb BBQ lunch with drinks and although cold, the weather behaved itself by not raining! ..
The AGM was held on Wednesday 23rd June at 6.15pm at the National Liberal Club. David Short as President was in the Chair and the meeting ran very smoothly. Mike Corby was confirmed as President, and Christopher Maunder-Taylor was elected as the new Vice-President while the executive and the Management Committee were also confirmed. Christopher Maunder-Taylor has been a loyal OM and is a past Captain of the Golf Society. A key issue in the Chairman’s report was the successful negotiation of leasing Headstone Lane to Harrow & St. Mary’s Cricket Club while the meeting approved the updating of the Club rules, a demanding task undertaken by John Watkiss, Alan Toulson and our Chairman. ..
Late September often proves to be a time of glorious late summer sunshine and Old Millhillians Day on Saturday September 26 was no exception. The event was again combined with the School's Foundation Day and many thanks to the Headmaster and the School providing such generous hospitality, including a magnificent spit-roast barbecue. ..
Over 100 attendees enjoyed the sunshine on the terrace of the National Liberal Club at the Old Millhillians Club annual Cocktail party. OMs and their partners and friends had drinks and canapes whilst catching up with old school friends and making new ones. ..
As with last year Old Millhillians Day was again held on School Foundation Day and the School generously provided an excellent barbecue lunch, including a delicious spit roast, as a start to the afternoon of events (though a number had already enjoyed the Friends get together for the 1960 leavers). The weather was gloriously sunny and warm, as is so often the case in late September, and there was a real sense of occasion as Old Millhillians mingled with each other as well as with teachers, pupils and parents. ..
Old Millhillians Day on Sunday 10 September 2006, was graced with glorious sunshine. Well over 200 OM's attended with their families and friends. They walked around the school and either took part or watched some of the activities organised. ..