Red Maids' Society
The Red Maids’ Society was founded in 1906 (as The Red Maids’ Old Girls Society) and exists to keep former pupils and staff of The Red Maids’ School in touch with each other. They share news from the school and of alumnae around the world and currently have over 1,000 members, many of whom are still in the Bristol area and the South West.
In 2006 the society celebrated their 100th birthday with a special AGM and Centenary lunch. The society also hosted some very successful events for the school’s 375th birthday celebrations in 2009/10.
The society produces a newsletter twice a year and hosts events and reunions at the school throughout the year. If you are interested in attending any of these events please email the society.
Members of the society are very proud of the excellent education they received at the oldest girls’ school in England and proud also that the school continues to combine tradition and heritage with excellent modern teaching.
If you are a former Red Maid, but not yet a member, please contact the society to join today. The society is also looking for members to join the committee. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Maids’ Archives
The Red Maids’ Society keeps an extensive archive of the history of the school. If you come across any old memorabilia, reports, records, news articles, diaries or anything which may be of interest to the school, please get in touch.
You can contact The Red Maids' Society by emailing email@example.com or the Development Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.