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The Crypt Community extends beyond the school, to parents and ex-pupils.
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Although the CSPTA’s primary purpose is to raise additional funds for the School, it also provides support in other ways such as running the uniform shop, event catering, social meetings and its popular car boot sales.
The club strives for links with the Crypt school, the local community and local schools. A strong family involvement characterises the club.
Founded in 1947, the London Old Cryptians Club serves ex-pupils living and working in the nation’s capital. The annual dinner and AGM, at an interesting London hostelry, is usually held in November. For further details please contact Stephen.Fleetwood@cbre.com
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