OEs are able to maintain or renew friendships either by purchasing a copy of the OEA List of Members or by logging on to a secure password protected website, OEA Online, where names and contact details are listed.
As well as the List of Members, the Association also publishes The OEA Review every Michaelmas half and Eton: News & Events in the Lent and Summer halves. There are regular e-bulletins too. If you are an OE who is not on our mailing list for these publications but would like to receive them in the future, do please contact the OEA Office or update your details on OEA Online. Members also receive invitations to the OEA’s leaving year reunions and other events such as the annual OEA Lecture.
OEA members worldwide
Please see here for the OEA’s range of OE merchandise.
As an OE you may be interested in the College’s admissions process for your son, grandson or nephew; if so, please see Entry to Eton.
Finally, you might wish to support Eton’s future. The Development Office would very much like to hear from you if you are interested in making a gift to the College.
Old Etonian Association
Clerk to the OEA
Jackie Tarrant-Barton (Mrs)
Tel: 01753 370640
The OEA Office is in Radcliffe House, Gulliver’s Passage, opposite Baldwin’s Shore.
The OEA is the only alumni organisation recognised by the School and with which it shares OE data. Neither the School nor the OEA has any association with any other alumni services (including Alumnet) and OEs provide their data to such services at their own risk.
Old Etonian Clubs and Societies
|Old Etonian Association||Clerk Mrs J.M. Tarrant-Barton: 01753 370640
|Hon Sec Andrew Robinson
|Eton Ramblers Cricket Club||Freddie Fox
|Eton Vikings Club||Mr J. Faire
|OE Fives Club||Tom Kirkby
|OE Angling Club||Mr Mark Newton
|OE Architectural Society||Robbie Kerr
|OE Association Football Club||Mr J.T.N. Scobie: 020 7736 1126.
|OE Rugby Football Club||Pip Blake
|OE Field Game Society||Sir Lachlan Campbell Bt
|OE Golfing Society||Ned Fox
|Old Etonian Legal Association||Mr Hugo Davies
|OE Lodge of Freemasons||Mr Alex Maclean Bather
|OE Society of Carribeans and Africans||Mr Richard Aina
|OE Medical Society||George Fussey
|OE Racquets and Tennis Club||Mr J.H.S. Denham
|Etonian Shooting Club||Mr N.M. Bartlett: 020 7610 6981|
|OE Public Relations Association||Mr N. Bastin, Mr P. MacGregor
|OE Classic Car Club||Mr J. Yorke, Mr G. Lambton
|OE Armed Forces Association||Mr A. J. Mayhew
|Old Choristers’ Association||Mr Robert Ponti
|OE Computer Technology Group||Mr A. Parker-Jervis
|OE Dragonflies||Mr F, Williams
|OE Mental Health Society||Mr Jonathan Iliff
|OE Blockchain Association||Frank Hutley
|OE Scientific Society||Yasunori Watanabe, Hugo Hadfield, Haofeng Xu
|OE Cross Country||Mr Nicolas Corry
|Eton College Hunt Club||Oliver Langdale: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Nicholson: email@example.com
|OE Art Society||Mr Clive Wilson
|OE Property Society||Mr C. Bishop
|OE Environment, Energy||Mr C. Perry
|The Front Row||Mr S. Browne
|EtonPreneurs||Mr E. Drax, Mr A. Lloyd
|OE Horse Racing & Breeding Society||Mr Bill Esdaile
|OE Food, Drink & Hospitality Association||Mr C. Wethered, Mr M. Browning
|John Coleridge Patteson Society||Mr J. Service
|OE Russian Society||Rufus Loveridge
Thesiger Travel Awards
If you are still at university and you are planning a trip abroad, you may be eligible for a Thesiger Award.
Ten awards of up to £1000 are available each year to OEs whose travel plans reflect some of the spirit of Sir Wilfred Thesiger (AMMcN 28): a sense of adventure; a keen independence; a readiness to serve, observe and understand different cultures and communities.
It is a condition of the awards that every successful applicant will submit a 1500 word account of his trip. Reports will be entered for the Thesiger Prize. The winning entry will be published in the OEA Review.
If you would like to apply for an award, please contact Mrs Jackie Tarrant-Barton.
The deadline for 2020 applications is 15 April.
The eighth annual OEA Lecture was given by Nicholas Coleridge (GRStA 75) on 28 February 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society. He was introduced by Michael Prideaux (AJM, RDM 68), Chairman of the OEA.
The seventh annual OEA Lecture was given by Johnnie Boden (NAR 79) on 23 February 2016 at the Royal Geographical Society. He was introduced by Michael Prideaux (AJM, RDM 68), Chairman of the OEA.
The sixth annual OEA Lecture was given by then Head Master, Tony Little (PH 72), on 24 February 2015 at the Royal Geographical Society. He was introduced by Michael Prideaux (AJM, RDM 68), Chairman of the OEA.