An afternoon in June, 2013.
At Rhuddallt and a watercolours lesson under indifferent skies – the Mawddach retreating fast beyond the bridge.
From Hilary’s terrace: matchstick figures on manoeuvres ran on sands beside the headland at Farchynys.
A desert warfare weekend for the CCF.
The geological layer structure comprises Cambrian, sedimentary, volcanic and intrusive rocks from the lower Palaeozoic age age approximately 4.5km thick. I hope I’ve got that correct, Mr Law?
Kodi Beveridge-Smith, Captain of School in action giving a marvellous speech at the QMC dinner and keynoting the significance of Farchynys to his own experience of Queen Mary’s. Kodi is pictured with Guest speaker Cdr Matthew Punch MBE and Richard Langton, Head of School
My favourite portrait of Mary Tudor aged 28 painted by Master John
We shall toast her memory tonight at the Queen Mary’s Club dinner.
So proud to have the support of these pupils of QMGS at the Merioneth Yacht Club.