The 2012 Winter Reunion had something for everyone! In addition to meeting up with friends old and new, there was a clock to unveil, new changing rooms to open, a gallery to visit, sport to watch or take part in and plenty to keep body and soul together. After the OEA AGM, at which Adrian Baulf was appointed the new President, David Norris unveiled a clock, presented by the OEA to the school to celebrate the 100 years in Mottingham. Jack Oliver then opened the new changing rooms on the London Marathon field. Those not taking part in the formal lunch were invited into the London Marathon pavilion for festive fare whilst being entertained by Mr Levy and Cool Jazz. Throughout the afternoon OEs were able to bid their farewells to Keith Barron, of whom there is more in another article. In addition to the fiercely contested fixture between the school and recent leavers, which the school won 32 – 14, those looking for a gentler way of passing an afternoon were able to take part in a touch-rugby tournament which featured four OE teams and one each from the staff and parents. This was a great success and promises to become a regular feature of the day. Afterwards Adrian Baulf’s first duty as President was to award the cups. He is pictured below presenting the Touch Rugby Tournament Cup to winning team captain Andrew Velasco.