Contact Us

OA Club Office
Abingdon School
Park Road
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX14 1DE

Phone: +44 (0)1235 849098
E-mail: OA Club

 

OAs Visiting Abingdon School
We encourage OAs to come back to visit Abingdon School. If you would like to visit, please contact us in advance; if you arrive without having made a prior appointment, there may not be anyone from the OA Club Office available to escort you, and unescorted visitors are not permitted on site during the school day.

Griffen Boat Club
For information about the Griffen Boat Club, please email Joe Calnan (OA 2003) at griffenbc@abingdon.org.uk.

The Guild of Mercers’ Scholars
The Guild of Mercers’ Scholars is a Guild in the City of London, made up from alumni and associates of the Mercers’ Company’s cluster of schools. Amongst its principal objectives is enabling its members to become Liverymen of City Companies. The Apprentice Scheme and Charitable Trust offers opportunities for those still at Abingdon to learn more about the City of London, and OAs can join as Guildsmen as well. There is an extensive social events calendar and more information can be obtained from either their website.

The John Roysse Lodge
The John Roysse Lodge (no. 7957) is a freemasons lodge consecrated in 1964 for Old Abingdonians by the late Sir James Cobban, Headmaster of Abingdon School (1947-1970). Sir James was also the Lodge's first Worshipful Master. Today the Lodge affords OAs and members past and present of the Common Room the opportunity to enjoy freemasonry while retaining strong ties to Abingdon School. OAs interested in learning more about the John Roysse Lodge should email the Lodge Secretary, Roger Chester (OA 1964).

 


Old Abingdonian Club, Abingdon School, Park Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 1DE
Telephone: +44 (0)1235 849098 Email: oaclub@abingdon.org.uk
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