College bids farewell to much-loved Dean

The College has bid a fond farewell to its longstanding and much-loved Dean, Roger Llewellyn. Roger had been at the College for 14 years, and was very warmly regarded by Members, Alumni, Governors and fellow Staff.

Roger will be remembered for the extra-curricular activities he organised, including Port Talks (thought to be well over 700), conferences, sporting fixtures, musical concerts and art exhibitions, and simply the care and support he has shown to generations of Members during his time at the College.

The College has bid a fond farewell to its longstanding and much-loved Dean, Roger Llewellyn.

Roger had been at the College for 14 years, and was very warmly regarded by Members, Alumni, Governors and fellow Staff. Roger will be remembered for the extra-curricular activities he organised; including Port Talks (thought to be well over 700), conferences, sporting fixtures, musical concerts and art exhibitions, and simply the care and support he has shown to generations of Members during his time at the College.

Several events were organised by Members and Staff to thank Roger for all his commitment and dedication, including a football match between London House and William Goodenough House, a tea party and a concert showcasing a variety of music from Weber to Beethoven, to Mozart and Welsh Folk Songs.

All at the College wish Roger the best of luck in his new position as Foundation Director at Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, where he himself was a student.

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