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Sadly Departed - Betty Cole-Hamilton

Betty Cole-Hamilton (1920-2016)

It is with regret that we inform the Fettes Community of the passing of Betty Cole-Hamilton, who died peacefully Sunday 19th of March, aged 96. She was the wife of the late Richard Cole-Hamilton, fondly-remembered housemaster of Kimmerghame and later Acting...
Posted: Thursday, 23 March 2017
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Old Fettesian War Memorial and call for 'lost boys'

Over the past few years, in a project begun by Mr Andrew Murray (History Department, CCF, and Archivist) we have been putting together a list of the ‘lost boys’. These are former members of the Fettes family (mostly ex-pupils, though we have also found several school employees) who d...
Posted: Monday, 13 March 2017
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Old Fettesian Co-ordinator Appointed
We are delighted to welcome Henry Gray to Fettes’ Development Team as Old Fettesian Co-ordinator.

Henry Gray was born and raised in Edinburgh, attending The Edinburgh Academy (1996-2009). Following a creative path into further education, he studied first at The Leith School of Art, Edin...
Posted: Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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Floreas Fettesia 2017
This week, a copy of Floreas Fettesia has been posted out to everyone in the Fettes Community we have a mailing address for. We hope you enjoy reading about the incredible difference support from many members of the warm and generous Fettes Community made to Fettes in 2015-16 and about our plans to ...
Posted: Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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Sword of Honour

The Sword of Honour is given to the Officer Cadet considered by the Commandant at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, to be the best of the intake.

In 1904 this sword was awarded to Douglas Harvey who was the son of the founder of the Bruichladdich distillery, Islay, and had been at Fet...
Posted: Thursday, 9 February 2017
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OF Artwork in David Bowies personal collection sells for three times it's guide price

A 1929 pencil piece entitled 'Au Revoir', by Edward Wadsworth OF (Gl 1903-1905) which was part of David Bowie's personal collection went up for auction at Sotheby's in November last year. The piece was expected to fetch between £30,000 - £40,000 but was snapped up by ...
Posted: Thursday, 9 February 2017
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