Your schooldays can be some of the happiest of your life and the friendships made during that time can last a lifetime. Likewise, your relationship with LRGS is lifelong. Upon leaving the school, you become a valued part of our alumni community.
Whether you've just left or it's been over fifty years since you were last here, we would love to hear from you.
Our regular Alumni Newsletters are sent out each term and are a great way to keep up to date with our latest news and developments. Our webpage is also updated regularly with details of upcoming alumni and Old Lancastrian Club events.
You are always welcome back to the school, and if you would to like an informal visit, please contact the Development Office who would be delighted to arrange a visit.
"In A Class of His Own" - A book about the life and service of Douglas Cameron
The book was launched on 27th June 2021 and is a 144 page history of Douglas’s dedicated life to LRGS, as a physics teacher, housemaster, and cricket coach. OL Paul Fitton has written a chapter on Doug’s many years with the Lancashire Cricket Federation. OL Martin Alexander has written the opening chapter on Doug’s early life before he began teaching in 1953. There are many contributions from OLs from the 1950s to the last year of his life, recalling his teaching, coaching and what they owe to him; from his staff colleagues and from Headmasters plus photographs of some of his most successful XIs, an OL team, and some more recent school cricketers. The Appendix contains Bas Salmon’s tribute on Doug’s retirement, Shaun Higgin’s article on LRGS cricket, Ian’s tribute to Mary and Doug’s obituary, the memories of cousin Dave Cameron, and of Paul Fitton.
Old Lancastrian Club
The Old Lancastrian Club is open to any former pupil of the school. All new members receive an Old Lancastrian tie and the Old Lancastrian Newsletter. The £15 annual subscription fee will entitle you to an annual newsletter as well as invitations and news of the latest OL events.
In November we undertook a survey of alumni as part of our Feasibility Study. This was to gain an independent review and recommendations about the school’s plans for our 550th anniversary, and of the fundraising ability of school and its partners. Thank you to all alumni who took part in the study. Your feedback has been extremely helpful in developing our plans. A summary of the findings is below.
LRGS is incredibly fortunate to have a team of dedicated Archive volunteers and a well-established Archive detailing the school's rich history.
If you have any questions about the history of LRGS, staff, or its pupils, please email us with your query and we will aim to get back to you as soon as we can.
You can even contribute to our Archive through Your Memories of LRGS. Alternatively, if you have any items you wish to donate to our Archive or information on the school or its alumni, please do get in touch.