Reunion Weekend Sports: Fun Run & Food Truck Info!

During the 2019 Reunion Weekend PSP will be offering a portable bar, food truck and bouncy castle (sponsored by the class of 2009) for all to enjoy.  The activity area will be set up in the South East corner of Inner field during the Sports Challenge on Saturday with the following timings;

Food truck service (see above for menu and prices) starting at 1200

Portable bar service (alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink choices) starting at 1300

Bouncy castle that is operational from 1400-1700

This event is open to all and participation is encouraged.


Pendant le fin de semaine des anciens 2019, PSP proposera un bar portable, un food truck et un château gonflable (parrainé par la promotion de 2009) pour le plus grand plaisir de tous. La zone d’activité sera aménagée dans le coin sud-est du terrain intérieur pendant le défi sportif de samedi avec les horaires suivants;

Service de camion de nourriture (voir ci-dessus pour le menu et les prix) à partir de 1200

Service de bar portable (choix de boissons alcoolisées et non alcoolisées) à partir de 13h00

Château gonflable qui est opérationnel de 14h00 à 17h00

Cet événement est ouvert à tous et la participation est encouragée.



With the Ex-Cadet Reunion weekend fast approaching, it is time to think of what fun things you can do during the reunion days.  This is an invitation to you to join a group of your comrades to recreate one of the great memories of College years – the run around Fort Henry.

This year the run will take place on Saturday, September 14, at 1500 hours.

We run the old Cadet Wing Harriers route, which circumnavigates Fort Henry.  The run starts and ends at the flagpole on the parade square, and the distance is a bit under 5 km (with a BIG hill in the middle, of course).

The run is now an opportunity for Cadets from all classes to join together for an enjoyable run bringing back memories of years ago.  It also includes the present-day College Harriers teams – both male and female – who will join us (and kindly slow down a bit so as not to embarrass us too much).

It is not a race – times will not be recorded and no prizes will be awarded – although if individuals or groups wish to challenge themselves, they are welcome to do so.

All Cadets and ex-Cadets are welcome, as are members of participants’ families.

As stated, the plan is to start at 1500 hours, but please be there by 1440 hours for a short briefing and a group photograph.  The run schedule fits in with the other sports activities going on, and gives us enough time afterwards for a drink together before you head off for the evening events.

Afterwards, the casual get-together for all participants will take place at a nearby Mess to mix and talk about the run and the college.  It’s a great way for ex-cadets to chat with present-day cadets in a relaxed atmosphere.  (Warning – bring money – tradition also requires that we ex-cadets do the buying).

If you want to do the run, please advise me at the address below so that we can keep a handle on the numbers to expect.  The more the merrier!


Bill Aikman, 6891

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