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Your Quondam Committee invites you to complete its Survey

If you're 'survey phobic', please just email Chair of Quondam at with any suggestions you have.
The Committee has been in touch by email and Zoom and finalised our promised Survey.  Please help us make Quondam a huge asset to the Old Girls and to the School.  We want it to be a club to which everyone wants to belong but, of course, only those lucky enough to have attended or taught at Francis Holland, Clarence Gate (now Regent’s Park) are eligible!  So it is an exclusive but very inclusive club and it is ours!  We want it to appeal to all ages and to thrive.  Do please take a little time to complete the Survey and, ever hopeful, here is the link:

Survey Link

If you’re ‘survey phobic’, please just email me at with any suggestions you have.  

Warmest wishes, Susanne Nedas (née Quastel)

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