Wolverhampton Grammar School has arranged this evening to give former students of the school an opportunity to reminisce with friends, meet former and current staff, network and hear more about the school as it is today.
Guests are invited to bring along old photographs or any documents of their time at the school. Former students (or Old Wulfrunians as they are affectionately known) from all years will join us during the evening and there will be plenty of time for guests to meet fellow alumni and to share experiences with one another.
This year we will be providing wraps and sandwich refreshment along with a complimentary drink and the ticket price will be £15 per person. For more information and for tickets please contact Katie Guest or Gail Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
The relationship between Wolverhampton Grammar School and the Merchant Taylors’ Company began in 1512 when the school’s founder Sir Stephen Jenyns (Merchant Taylor) made the Company a Trustee of the school. The school still enjoys close links with Merchant Taylors’ who is one of the great twelve livery companies of London.