AGM and Luncheon
Sun 28th Jan 2018
Congratulations to St Bart's for winning the Get Berkshire Active, Active Secondary School - Award
The school would like to thank everyone for their votes and support.
General Data Protection Regulations 2018
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) come into force from 25th May 2018. These new regulations will affect how we (The Old Newburians’ Association) collect and store personal data from our members. At present we have a password protected database stored on a computer which contains personal data eg. names, addresses, tel. nos. and email addresses. It also contains the date of leaving St. Barts and the date of joining the ONA.
This data is held by me, the Membership Secretary and is not disclosed to anyone without the explicit permission of the ONA member. This procedure has been in operation many years. However, we are now obliged to obtain explicit permission, in writing, from you to be able (a) to write to you, (b) to communicate with you by email, or (c) to phone you. Without this permission the ONA will no longer be able to communicate with you and keep you informed of the ONA’s activities by sending you newsletters, invitations etc.
We would dearly like to avoid this situation. Therefore, please complete the form below (pdf file) and return (asap) to the Membership Secretary: Dr. Richard Sellwood, 4 Westmead Drive, Newbury, Berks, RG14 7DJ.
Mary Taylor (1929 - 2018)
Mary came from London to Newbury at the outbreak of World War II with her parents, sister Valerie and brother John. After leaving Newbury County Girls’ School, she studied at the Guildhall School of Music, and was a piano teacher for sixty years – privately and at St. Gabriel’s School. Mary also played for Miss Iris Brooks’s dancing classes at Cheam School where pupils included Prince Charles.
Mary had a beautiful voice and she sang in St. George’s Choir, Wash Common from 1940 until her recent illnesses. She married childhood sweetheart Raymond at St. George’s in 1955 and they had two children, Tim and Anna.
St. George’s was always close to Mary’s heart. She was on the Parochial Church Council and also took Adult Confirmation Classes; she was sacristan and she arranged flowers. For decades Mary helped at fêtes and bazaars and belonged to the Mother’s Union.
Each summer Mary and Raymond gave garden parties for the over 65s – for over thirty years – and together they started the Wash Common Garden and Craft Show in 1984.
Mary will be greatly missed not only by her close family but her friends and former pupils whose lives she also enriched.
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