Old Portmuthian Club

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The Old Portmuthian Club was founded by in 1885.

Old Portmuthians are alumni of The Portsmouth Grammar School.

The Club's principal activity is facilitating contacts between former pupils of The Portsmouth Grammar School. It does this by giving club members access to a password-protected list of other members.

The Club also:

  • publishes magazines and newsletters in paper and electronic format;
  • organises social events in Portsmouth, London, Sydney, Oxford and elsewhere;
  • provides financial support to current and former pupils of the School via the OP Charity.

All former pupils of The Portsmouth Grammar School are encouraged to join, no matter when they left the School. Applications may be made online via the Club's web site, where contact details for the Club are also published. There is no joining fee or annual subscription.


OPs (as they are known) are invited to annual sports fixtures against the School, in July and December. Other events include an AGM in February, Autumn Supper in October and Annual Dinner in December.

The London Society of OPs (LSOP) is open to any OP who lives or works in or near London. The LSOP has been in existence for over 50 years, throughout which time it has maintained a programme of monthly meetings. These are typically addressed by a speaker - either a guest or a member of the Society.

The Sydney Luncheon Table meets once a quarter, usually the second Tuesday of February, May, August and November at the Royal Automobile Club in Sydney.

The Oxford Dining Club meets once a year, in May.

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