The Hazlegrove Association is an informal and supportive network of Old Hazlegrovians and their parents as well as former and current staff and anyone else with an association with Hazlegrove.
Formed in 2006, the Hazlegrove Association provides a forum for Ex-Hazlegrovians whether pupils, parents or staff or simply friends of the school to:
- keep in touch
- share news
- meet together
There is no annual subscription and the association relies heavily on members keeping in contact with the school. We aim to send an annual newsletter out to all members.
The Heazell Era lunch
The sun shone on the old Hazlegrovians’ lunch on Saturday 21 June 2014, when pupils and staff who had been at the school between1964 and 1975 met to remember Paddy Heazell, headmaster during those years, and his wife, Julyan, who both died so tragically.
Many fond tributes were paid to the husband and wife team who played such an important role in the development of Hazlegrove. To take one example, Paddy realized that there was a desperate need for a sports hall and it was he who was responsible for having it built - and making sure it was larger than any other local prep school’s at the time.
It seemed an obvious and fitting decision to change the name of The Dolphin Hall to 'The Heazell Hall' and following a speech by his son Simon, a plaque was unveiled by Paddy's daughters. Brilliant music was provided by The Swing Band, led by Mrs Fawbert, and the visitors enjoyed turning back the years as they toured their old school.
The Hazlegrove Association Summer Lunch, June 2013
Letter to Old Hazlegrovians, 21 January 2013, including invite to the summer lunch on Sunday 23 June 2013