Old Girl Marion Dunn (1974-1981) decided on a whim to take up boxing at the age of 50. Six years...
Welcome back to Bolton School!
All former pupils of the School automatically gain free membership to either the Old Boltonians’ Association or the Old Girls’ Association.
These associations help you to maintain your connection to School and to your former classmates, as well as providing you with access to the impressive network of Old Boltonians and Old Girls that stretches across the globe.
We are also ever appreciative of the support that Alumni give back to School, for example through careers talks or mentoring our current pupils.
If you require any further information, would like to offer your expertise in any way or simply would like a tour of the campus, please do get in touch.
The Development Office, Chorley New Road, Bolton, BL1 4PA
t: 01204 434718 e: email@example.com
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- Following various interviews and TV appearances, Old Girl Marion Dunn is scheduled to be on air on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour on Monday 27 January to be interviewed about her book, 'The Boxing Diaries'. #BoltonSchAlumni #Boxing https://t.co/C0oZnDeDCs about 8 hours ago
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Two of Bolton School’s former pupils have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year Honours list for...