This year’s reunion took place in the QEC and Chelsea rooms in the Franklin-Wilkins Building of the Kings College Stamford Street campus.
The day started with a talk by Professor Howard Dalton, who is the Chief Scientific Advisor to Defra, and of course a former QEC student. His talk took us through his career and was, frankly, fascinating, as everyone in the audience agreed.
After the talk, and a glass of bubbly to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of QEC, everyone had the opportunity to catchup on old friends and to see the memorabilia that so many had brought along.
After the talk and lunch we got down to the serious business of the AGM. This is covered in more detail on the AGM 2003 page. For some photos of the AGM please click here.
After the AGM there was tea, more memorabilia to look at, and old friends and colleagues to talk to and catch up on all the gossip.
Dene Schofield(nee Stratton), Radha Robinson (nee Subramaniam) and Belinda Parham (nee Owen) in front of a stand of photographs from QEC. I was kindly given some original copies of College photos from the late 50’s by Gillian Medcalf, and these will appear here in time.
Sarah Nolan (nee Buchanan) looks at some of the photos on one of the 2 tables full of memorabilia, some going back almost 50 years.