Cranbrook School – Series of talks to celebrate the 500th Anniversary

You are warmly invited to attend the final two talks to celebrating Cranbrook School’s 500th Anniversary.

The road from Cranbrook to Brussels:

A journey to the heart of Europe”

Speaker: Tim Fenoulhet (Old Cranbrookian)

7.30pm, Friday 2 November in the Queen’s Hall Theatre at Cranbrook School

(Refreshments in the Dining Hall from 7pm)

Tim Fenoulhet is a senior official at the European Commission. He has worked for over 20 years at the

European Commission and European Union in Brussels.

To reserve tickets (please note that the event is free of charge) please go to the Eventbrite link:

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“The impact of war: The Fallen of Cranbrook School

in the Great War 1914 – 1918”

Speaker: David O’Brien7.30pm, Tuesday 6 November in the Queen’s Hall (Refreshments in the Dining Hall from 7pm)

David O’Brien has taught History at Cranbrook since the late 1990s. He has accompanied many school trips

to the Battlefields of France and Belgium and researched in detail the school’s links with the Great War.

To reserve tickets (please note that the event is free of charge) please go to the Eventbrite link:

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