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Latest News

  • GO Representation on the DGH BOM

A key objective of the GO founders was to position an OGB, representing the views of GO and its members, on the DGH Board of Management (BOM). GO was therefore delighted to nominate Pauline Sapphire-Singh (nee Brooks) following an invitation from the new BOM President, in October. GO is proud of its achievement and congratulates Pauline on her historic appointment.

  • GO Management Committee

Following a GO Committee mandate, GO welcomed two new members to its management team in October. OGBs Babita Chakravarty, from New Delhi, India and Sankasubha Roy, Dubai UAE were unanimously elected to the Committee and will join a committed and dedicated global team that currently numbers 14 members.

The current management team is listed here

  • Homes News and Updates.

Listen to a short message from the GO Chairman Anirban Bhattacharyya on the current state of the Homes, including an increase in numbers of OGBs on the BOM, COVID 19, changes in the local management of the school, and a potential strike at the Homes.

 

Following the retirement of Dr GR Hart, Vice President Mr MS Calvert has assumed the Presidency of the Board of Management. In a statement he noted  he would hold fort until such time new committee members have been selected and a new President and Vice- President of the Board of Management is in place.

  • Archie Tollin - RIP.

 

It is with deep sadness we learn of the passing of Archie Tollin, aged 92. We extend our deepest condolences to his family and friends. of Archie.

OGB Vanda Campbell, a close friend of the family who invited Archie and his daughter Christine to join the 670 miles, 6 day Bike Bengal 2010 cycle ride, writes: “In February 2010, Archie aged 82, cycled from Kolkata to Kalimpong to raise funds for child sponsorship at the Homes. His daughter Christine cycled with him and their family and wide network gave generously. A friend said to Archie – “when I grow up, I want to be like you”! Archie’s response, with typical humility was, “man, have you no ambition”! Archie gave generously to all the fundraising events for DGH. Thanks Archie!”

 

We would also like to thank Vanda for her generous £100 donation to GO in memory of Archie Tollin.

Global OGB Association (GO)

GO is an independent voluntary body managed by former students of Dr Graham’s Homes, Kalimpong, India. 

 

GO is about reconnecting alumni and enabling a constructive working relationship with the School’s Board of Management, its Administration and various global organisations to improve and safeguard the long term future of the Homes.

 

The association is open to all former students, teachers, staff and friends of Dr Graham’s Homes.

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