Entries by Mark Harrison

Roy Dyche RIP…

From Justen Dyche ‘I am sorry to report that my Father, Roy Dyche, passed away on Sunday at the age of 76. Roy was both a pupil and a teacher at the school and I know he had many happy memories of his time at the Harvey. He joined having moved from Derby to Folkestone […]

Old Harveians Annual Dinner.

Old Harveians Annual Dinner. Now only 3 weeks away. Sat 01 Dec. If you haven’t booked yet you still have two weeks to do so. Final date Friday 23 Nov. Please remember this feedback from Clive Chamberlain on Linkedin after last years Dinner ‘….was persuaded by my old friend Graham Cowling to join him at […]

John Smith RIP

from John Dennis Chair of Governors, John Batten President of the OHA and Scott Norman Headteacher… “All will be sad to hear that John Smith, former president of the OHA, died on Sunday, 28th October. John was President of our Association from 1994 to 2006 and continued to stay involved with the school serving as […]

Old Harveians Annual Dinner 01 Dec.

The menu and booking are available now. Members of the OHA should have received these by post. As always, courtesy of the OHA, all old Harveians are welcome, not just members of the Association. Get some friends together for a reunion. Lawrence Po-Ba and David Stewart are organising a big reunion for the 1988 leavers […]

Terry Jones in Folkestone this weekend…

Final reminder. Anyone wanting to catch up with the Harvey Legend he will be in the Master Brewers on Broadmead Village from 1pm on Sunday 09 Sept. Informal so just turn up and catch up. If you can’t see us ring Terry on 07957304086 or myself on 07939 101065 09 Sept. Terry was joined by […]

Terry Jones update…

Terry and his wife will be in Kent 5-11 Sept. Whilst here he would ‘like to catch up with as many old boys’, and former teaching colleagues, as possible. Terry will be at the Master Brewers on Broadmead Village on 9th Sept. from 1pm. Just come along and catch up with him. https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldharveians/

Les Ames…

From Phil Harding I’ve not had a chance to see if the attached photo of Les Ames (aged two and a half, in his parents’ garden at Elham) is in his biography, but I’ve just seen it on Facebook

From Phil Harding…

An old Harveian replaces Arsene Wenger.. Arsene Wenger’s role as longest serving boss in English football to be replaced – by a Tottenham fan and another successful old boy https://www.kentlive.news/news/kent-news/poker-player-folkestone-won-11-1506979 https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldharveians/

KYJO Concert 28 April

The Kent Youth Jazz Orchestra concert at the school is less than 10 days from now. Saturday 28 April from 7.30pm. This event is very popular but there are still a few tickets left. The concert is open to everybody, not just old Harveians. Contact John Oliver tel: 01303 251403 or e-mail johne.oliver22@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldharveians