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A letter from Trevor Case to Alan Grieve

A letter from Trevor Case, Bursar and Clerk to the Trustees, to Alan Grieve, Chairman of OSEL, regarding the deed of covenant between OSEL and the Trustees.

Trevor Case

Correspondence

This sub-file is made of two letters from Roger Blackmore regarding OSEL accounts for the year 1984-1985.

Oakham School

Quatercentenary Appeal

A brochure promoting the Quatercentenary Appeal. Contents: Change and Continuity; Achievements and developments-past & future; Appeal Objectives; The Way Ahead; How to Contribute.

Oakham School

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Alan Grieve

  • AB-AB/26-AB/26/13-AB/26/13/1
  • Stuk
  • 21/05/1986
  • Part of Anna Bentley

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Alan Grieve regarding a visit from the accountants, the possibility of organising an Engineering conference and staff salary.

Roger Blackmore

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Alan Grieve

  • AB-AB/26-AB/26/13-AB/26/13/37
  • Stuk
  • 20/02/1984
  • Part of Anna Bentley

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Alan Grieve regarding the latest minutes of OSEL meeting and discussing five points relating to catering.

Roger Blackmore

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Alan Grieve

  • AB-AB/26-AB/26/13-AB/26/13/47
  • Stuk
  • 24/11/1983
  • Part of Anna Bentley

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Alan Grieve regarding points emerging from Peter Gravells's letter and menu, catering costs and a souvenir brochure for the Ball. Two pages A and B.

Roger Blackmore

OSEL, Report and Financial Statements

A collection of reports and financial statements, and letters, related to the activities of Oakham School Enterprises Ltd (OSEL), spanning from 1978 to 1995.

Oakham School

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Trevor Case

  • AB-AB/7-AB/7/25-AB/7/25/2
  • Stuk
  • 13/06/1985
  • Part of Anna Bentley

A letter from Roger Blackmore to Trevor Case, Bursar, regarding OSEL accounts in 1985, payments, Commemorative items for the Quatercentenary and the OO dinner. Two pages A and B.

Roger Blackmore