At the last general meeting of the OGA in
September 2016 it was, with great sadness,
agreed that the association would be wound up. This was a result of the fact that
it had proved impossible to find a secretary to carry out the essential functions
involved in running the Old Girls’ Association.
There was just the final distribution of a
Newsletter edited by
Jill Goddard in Spring 2017 which is now available at
the Members’ Section of this website in the link below.
This website will remain open for the
foreseeable future and
is available for any former old girls of FGGS to post messages or
announcements via the webmaster.
Tuesday, 28 March, 2017
Farnham Girls’ Grammar School
was founded, by the Reverend Thory Gage Gardiner, in 1901 and started life at
Although there are references to an Old Girls’ Association, in magazines before the First World War, continuous records only go back to 1919. OGA Membership stands at about 730 which includes the new category of Associate Membership for those who are interested in the OGA but do not qualify for full membership by being former pupils or Members of Staff.
Attendance is good at the two
events held each year at
visitors to this site since 4th November 2002