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

STOP PRESS

Bill Rymer

Bill Rymer, a vice-President of the TMWA, died two weeks ago. His funeral will take place on Friday 3rd Nov. at Croydon Crematorium, at 12 noon.
Bill, who was 1st XV captain in his younger days, also served as legal adviser to the Association and to the Whitgift Foundation.

WHO ARE WE?

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 in prospect!

Warwick Jones and Alex Greenslade, with their trusty team of minions, have already started planning for the next event - the 101st Supper. Record numbers enjoyed the reunion in 2017, and you should book early to avoid disappointment.

Next year's supper will take place on Friday 23rd March, 2018, when Fraser Macdonald (1963) will be in the chair. Fraser was a long-serving member of the Modern Languages Department at Trinity. He was also an officer in the CCF (Naval Section) and was very involved with sub-aqua training.

As an alumnus Fraser is principally know for his many roles in the Mitre Players productions.

The scene in the Concert Hall last year

Membership Cards

A new system has been introduced for all members of the Association and the Sanderstead Sports Clubs. The membership card will enable members to purchase goods from the bar at 'members' rates'

If you are a paid up member of the TMWA or of a TSSSC clubs, you are entitled to apply for a card - go to www.tsssc.co.uk/membership to apply.

Sports News

The Cricket Club has enjoyed a successful season. less weather-affected than in some years. All senior league positions were retained, and in an encouraging sign for the future, the U10s, U15s & U16s all won their respective leagues.
Rugby started training early, and had played league matches before the end of September.
Hockey always takes a more relaxed approach, but had qualified for Rd 2 of the Surrey Cup by mid-September, which is a good start. They are benefitting from two new coaches this season.

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 October 2017. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact Geoff Wilsher, at gwilsh@aol.com or phone him using details from the contact page.