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Fellowship

Forthcoming Events

  • Carol Service on 30 November 2016 at St Peter’s, Eaton Square
  • Networking Evening next February 2017 at the Lansdowne Club

 

The Fellowship

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The Heathfield Fellowship is a valuable network which not only connects former Heathfield girls but plays an active part in supporting each current generation.

Run by Old Girls for Old Girls, the Heathfield Fellowship is one of the most active Old Girls’ organisations in the UK and inspires great loyalty.

It exists to help past, present and future generations of Heathfield girls keep in touch – for pleasure and work – and to support them. Girls are automatically inducted into the Fellowship when they leave Heathfield.

The Fellowship organises traditional reunions and get-togethers and events such as the Annual Networking Evening as well as providing a voice to represent Old Girls at Heathfield.

It also fundraises for Heathfield School, providing financial support for capital projects, and it provides financial help for current pupils in need.  Past projects funded include significant funding of the swimming pool complex and funding of the original cookery hut.

The Fellowship funds a Gap Year Fellowship Award for each year’s current Upper VI. Applications are invited each year for the award and the winner – whose proposed project is judged to be the most worthy of financial backing – is announced on Parents’ Day. To apply: please contact fellowship@heathfieldschool.net.

An annual Fellowship Day is held at Heathfield with lunch and Evensong and a Fellowship Carol Service is held at St Peter’s Church in Eaton Square.

The Fellowship is run by a committee and is a registered charity (No. 1135865) with a full constitution.

It keeps in touch with each year group by appointing ‘Ambassadors’ for that year group who then act as a link with their contemporaries. There is an Annual Ambassadors’ Dinner in London.

 

The Fellowship Committee

  • Mrs Dawn Hargreaves née Mackay (1943-1948) – President
  • Mrs Deirdre Egerton-Smith née Harcourt (1961-1968) – Chairman
  • Mrs Sally Tulk-Hart née Alesbury (1957-1961) – Treasurer and School Governor Representative
  • Mrs Joanna Lambert née Naylor-Leyland (1971-1977)
  • Mrs Tannaz Lee née Fazaipour (1983-1990)
  • Mrs Amanda Marx née Reid (1957-1961)
  • Mrs Caroline Deedes née Lang (1964-1970)
  • Miss Demelza Blick (1993-1999)
  • The Hon Mrs Frances Stanley née Roche (1976-1980)
  • Mrs Sophie Stewart née Burnett (1990-1996)
  • Mrs Emma Carleton-Smith née Munro-Wilson (1994-1997)
  • Miss Julianne Hicks (1996-2002)
  • Lady Karen Hurt née Assaf (1975-1981)
  • Mrs Yasmin Le Bon

 

Ambassadors

  • 2016 – Izzy Andrew, Daisy Cave and Matilda Cottrell
  • 2015 – Ella Jones and Emily Reid
  • 2014 – Bea Fresson and Davina Motion
  • 2013 – Isobel Stanley and Ilaria Valaydon-Pyke
  • 2012 – Taisie Pennick and Charlie Fisher
  • 2011 – Claudia Knowles and Carinthia Pearson
  • 2010 – Olivia Bence-Trower and Sophie Broughton
  • 2009 – Kate Stratton and Mimi McMullan
  • 2008 – Charlotte Phillips and Melissa Clarkson
  • 2007 – Anouska Seigler
  • 2006 – Sophie Breitmeyer
  • 2005 – Mahnaz Sarfaraz-Saigol
  • 2004 – Olivia Buxton
  • 2003 – Jessica Cameron
  • 2002 – Julianne Hicks
  • 2001 – Annabel Clark
  • 2000 – Pilar Scott Perry
  • 1999 – Emma Willoughby
  • 1998 – Melissa Gauge
  • 1997 – Emma Carleton-Smith
  • 1996 – Sophie Burnett
  • 1994 – Hollie Shaper Lourie
  • 1992 – Claudia Roberts and Tanwen Sparks
  • 1990 – Melanie Holland
  • 1985 – Davina Valaydon
  • 1983 – Frances Stanley
  • 1982 – Emma Brett
  • 1981 – Karen Hurt and Christina Fallah
  • 1979 – Melissa Disney
  • 1976 – Alexandra Etherington
  • 1974 – Jennifer Byers
  • 1970 – Maria de la Borda and Caroline Lang
  • 1959 – Sara Bennett

 

How to Contact Us

You can e-mail us on mailto:fellowship@heathfieldschool.net

Please also link with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Please click here to join The Heathfield Fellowship group on LinkedIn.

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