Bill is a Former Chairman of the Board of Trustees and is an Honorary Old Boy. He was part of initiation of the fundraising campaign that saw the Old Boys database completed and for that alone he has earned the
Paul has been included on this initial list primarily for his financial contribution towards fundraising targets. However he is also an avid supporter of the Association and has been on hand to help out with working bees when required. He
Where would the Association be without Kevin Salmon? Kevin was ‘drafted’ into to help out with the re-establishment of the Association some years ago and has been the cornerstone on which much of today’s activity has been built. The Association
The 3rd teacher on the initial list, Don is included here more for the energy and time he has given to maintaining the Archives of the School over the past 4 or 5 years. It goes without saying that without
David has shown an unboundless energy in helping the Association with its activities and taking an unselfish interest in all its operations and functions. He is always involved in activities or events and is one of the first to always
Murray played a huge role in the institution of both the Association and the Jubilee Campaign when it started some 5 or so years ago and was certainly prominent in Association activities during those years. It is appropriate that we
Frank is the 2nd of 3 teachers who make the initial list of Venerable Old Boys purely for his devotion to Carruth House, where he was a Housemaster for a number of years, and for his financial contribution towards fundraising
David has been, and continues to be, a huge supporter of both the Association and the School. Living in Scotland makes it difficult for David to be there in person as it were, but he has earned the respect of
Through the former business he owned with his brother Brian was able to make a significant contribution towards the Association’s fundraising targets, while also being involved in the preliminary planning stages for the fundraising campaign.
Les has been a staunch supporter of Carruth House, and the development of the Joe Morgan Memorial Boarders’ Lounge, since the re-establishment of the Association some years ago. He was involved in the revitalisation of the Association and preliminary planning
John played a significant role in the re-establishment of the Association, and continues to be involved in its activities, and also the Jubilee Fundraising Campaign the School embarked on some years ago.
The WBHS Old Boys’ Association and the School will forever be indebted to Grant for the wonderful commemoration he prepared for Lloyd Trigg that currently hangs in the School foyer. Also Grant has been involved with supporting various student projects
If we had 30 or 40 Richard Papworths helping to raise funds for School building projects the Association would be in a very strong position. Richard has always displayed an eagerness to get things done and it is this energy
John has always had a willingness to help out wherever he can with any of the Associations activities and functions. Often John is looked upon as the conscience of the Association as he has ensured that in the past we
Lloyd was part of the preliminary planning group that has seen the Association evolve to where it is today. Also through his former business he has made a significant contribution towards the Association’s fundraising targets.