Trinity Mid-Whitgiftian Association
for the former pupils and past-and-present staff of Trinity School, Croydon.


Craig Burke

We were very sorry to hear that Craig Burke, sports and PE master at Trinity for many years, had died at the age of only 56. Several TMWs joined his family and members of staff at his funeral on Saturday 11th August.


The TMWA is a social organisation for the former pupils of Trinity School, Croydon.

Past and present members of staff are also eligible for membership, and are always welcome - no recriminations!

We have a well-equipped clubhouse in Sanderstead, a few miles away from the school, which is the headquarters for sports clubs (cricket, rugby and hockey) and a very active Amateur Dramatic society, the Mitre Players.

FOUNDER'S DAY SUPPER 2018, 23rd March

Another great success!

Warwick Jones and Alex Greenslade, with their trusty team of minions, have already started planning for the next event - the 102nd Supper. Over 200 alumni and their guests enjoyed the 101st supper in March 2018.

With Fraser Macdonald (1963) in the chair, it was another successful event, and you should start planning your party for 2019.

The scene in the Concert Hall last year


Many congratulations to Imani-Lara Lansiquot (2016) (2nd from left) who had a double success at the Championships. She reached the final of the Women's 100 metres, finishing 6th, and then went on to win a GOLD MEDAL in the 4 x 100 metres relay.

Photo: Sky


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Sports News
The Cricket Club has enjoyed a good start to the season. less weather-affected than in some years. The top three teams have each had several victories, although the 4th XI has yet to take the field.

Folk and Blues evenings

Under the guidance of Neil Pepper (1971) we have started holding Folk and Blues evening on alternate Wednesday evenings, at the club, starting at 9 p.m. Entrance is free and audience and participants are equally welcome.
They run on alternate  Wednesdays.


You can find details on their web site by
clicking here.


This site was updated in August 2018. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact Geoff Wilsher, at or phone him using details from the contact page.