The Eastbournian Society brings together Eastbourne College’s extended family of Old Eastbournians, current and former parents and staff, local people and businesses and other friends and supporters. Our aim is to maintain close links with any person or organisation who wishes to be associated with the College.

You can now donate online to support Project 150

If you would like to support Eastbourne College's transformative Project 150 development, you can now donate safely and securely online by credit or debit card.

Simply click on the Donate button to go to the online donation form and fill out your details.

If you are a UK taxpayer remember to tick the box on the form so that the College can clam back Gift Aid from HMRC. This is worth 25p for every pound you donate, at no extra cost to you.

Thank you for your support.


19 March 2017 - Brahms' Requiem at St Saviour's Church

The Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra, with the ESO Chorus and the Eastbournian Society Chorus, gave a memorable performance of Brahms' Requiem at St Saviour's Church, Eastbourne, on Sunday 19 March.

Former College Director of Music Graham Jones conducted, the leader was Lisa Wigmore and the two soloists were baritone Nicholas Morris and soprano Máire Flavin.

Local reviewer Robin Gregory commented: 'Throughout, the orchestra showed what a fine full symphony orchestra Eastbourne is lucky to have. The strings’ lustre, the woodwind’s plangent tone, and the penetration of the brass were all evident in Brahms’ choral masterpiece, written relatively early in his composing life. The 70-strong choir, too, sang with a confidence born of fine rehearsal and long experience.'

More details about the ESO can be found at their website www.eso.org.uk.


19 Mar 2017    Brahms' Requiem at St Saviour's Church
17 Mar 2017    The Eastbournian Society careers convention 2017
15 Mar 2017    Robert Cohen (Reeves 1977–82) presents one-man shows at Hove Grown Festival
6 Mar 2017    Tristan Voorspuy (Reeves 1968–73) killed in Kenya
5 Mar 2017    Will Kunhardt (Craig 2002–07) conducts Arensky Chamber Orchestra at the Towner
4 Mar 2017    Eastbournian Medical Society at the Royal College of Surgeons
2 Mar 2017    Elysia Davies (Watt 2012–14) to run the London Marathon for Rehab UK
1 Mar 2017    Year 9 history pupils help with 150th celebrations

> Click here for all 2017 news headlines and our news archive

Forthcoming events

We organise social and cultural events, including lunches, dinners, theatre trips, walks, talks and visits to places of interest. These are for all Eastbournian Society members: Old Eastbournians, parents, pupils, staff and other friends of the College. In addition there are career and business networking events where OEs, parents and current pupils can meet to offer and receive advice and build up business contacts.

Comprehensive details are in the listings on our Forthcoming events page.

Members area

Our members area has additional news and photos of recent events not available on the main website.

It also gives you access to the contact details we hold for you on our mailing database and allows you to update these online.

To get access to our members pages you will need to register on the website first and set up a username and password. For more information, please visit the members area pages.


Project 150 is an exciting and transformative re-development plan which includes a sports centre, an academic and IT centre and a new dining hall and social centre. The £33 million development is currently underway and the first phase will be ready for occupation by the end of 2016. The second and final phase is scheduled for delivery in 2017 when the College will celebrate the 150th anniversary of its founding. If you are interested in making a donation towards the Project 150 campaign, you can find further details of how your support can help the College.


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