List of Old St. Beghians

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St Bees School, Cumbria, the Foundation block seen from the church tower. The original Elizabethan school is the range on the left of the quad.

Former pupils of St Bees School, a coeducational independent school founded in 1583, are styled Old St Beghians. An "Old St Beghians' Club" was founded in 1908 by master J. W. Aldous, and today as the Old St Beghians' Society it provides a link between old boys (and girls) and the school. Amongst other things it organises an "Old St Beghians Day" once a year, publishes a magazine called the Old St Beghian twice a year and holds and participates in many golfing tournaments. There are several regional branches of the society which traditionally hold annual meals and get-togethers.

Notable alumni (By order of birth date)[edit]

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