Old Llandoverian Cricket
If anyone is interested in playing can they contact Russell Hughes-Pickering by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/text 07908 796252.
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Rowland attended Llandovery College 1972 - 1980 and has a son (Ioan) currently in year 13.
Clause 8 of the Old Llandoverian Society reads "in recognition of an individual's outstanding contribution to the School and/or Society, the Society may at any AGM appoint him or her to be a Life Patron." In the view of the Old Llandoverian Society Committee, J Hugh Thomas has been an outstanding Chairman of the Old Llandoverian Society over a period of eight years, and has also contributed greatly to Llandovery College in many different ways. He received a well deserved standing ovation at the AGM in October 2009 when he stood down as Chairman. The committee put forward Hugh's name at the AGM at Llandovery in 2010 to be appointed as the first Life Patron of the Society. The resolution was unanimously approved, and followed by a standing ovation.
Old Llandoverian Rugby
D Gwynne Griffiths organised a Sevens' side last year, competing in the old Pen Sevens at Penarth. The team reached the semi finals being defeated by the ultimate competition winners. Gwynne is organising a team again next season, anyone interested please contact Gwynne on email@example.com.
On Thursday March 6th 2014, Old Llandoverian (1954 - 61) Peter Griffiths will be at Windsor Books, Penarth, from 11am onwards chatting about and signing copies of his new novel 'THE MYSTICAL MILESTONE' please visit www.themysticalmilestone.com
Peter will also be available on 27 February 2014 - Awen Meirion, Bala from 1pm onwards;
Old Llandoverian Dr W Dewi Rees (41-48, captain of rugby in 1947) had a book published in April 2012, available from www.ylolfa.com , entitled:
General Practice as it was - A GP's life in Canada and rural Wales ISBN: 978-1-84771-412-1 price £9.95 post free
He was born in Barry and did his medical training at St Thomas's Hospital, London. He first worked at Bridgend and Caerphilly hospitals, before becoming a trainee GP in London and then working in various locations at home and abroad including caring for the indigenous Innuit and Innui peoples in Labrador, Canada. His last senior appointment was as Medical Director of St Mary's Hospice in Birmingham.