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Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Singapore Schools Reunion at the Chandos Pub, Trafalgar Square, London

We plan to meet at a pub in London on Wednesday 22nd November anytime from about 11.30 a.m. The pub is called the Chandos and it’s in St Martin’s Lane to the northeast corner (top right) of Trafalgar Square between the National Gallery and the Post Office and near the Royal Opera House (nearest Tubes Charing Cross & Leicester Square). If you’re not sure you’ll be recognised, stick a post-it note on your forehead or a luggage label in your buttonhole. Over the last 15 years literally hundreds have attended, all with the same initial worry......Will I know anyone there? It honestly doesn’t matter. All of us have Singapore friends now that we never met 40 years ago! As in previous years we will commandeer the comfy chairs in the upstairs bar.

From there you can do whatever takes your fancy. Make arrangements with old friends to take in a gallery or two, go to a matinee, go sightseeing, Covent Garden, Tate Modern, ride the London Eye, shop in Oxford Street, or just plain chill out and chew the fat, which is what most chose to do last time.

Meet back at the same pub anytime between 5 and 6pm. and if you’re still up for it, walk round the corner into Soho for Chinese nosh.