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RGS Foundation Merchandise

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All money raised from our range of merchandise goes to support our Changing Lives campaign.

We are delighted to announce a new line of RGS Foundation merchandise. All items would make the perfect gift for a loved one or could be a well-deserved treat for yourself.

RGS Foundation Cufflinks & Ties
Minimum donation of £20 each, or £30 for both.

RGS ‘Old School’ Rugby Shirts
Authentic cotton ‘old school’ rugby shirts, in traditional Reigate colours, featuring the old embroidered school crest emblazoned on the chest with the Roman Numerals ‘XV’ featured on the back with ‘1675’ (the year RGS was founded) emblem detail on the collar.
Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL (sizes come up slightly larger)
Minimum donation £50.00

RGS Foundation Baseball Cap
In a navy and royal blue colourway, this unisex RGS ‘one size fits all’ baseball cap, features the embroidered RGS Castle logo on the front, along with ‘1675’ emblem on the back.
Minimum donation £10.00

We are offering free UK P&P with each order. All money raised from your donations will go directly towards the 1675 Bursary Fund as part of our Changing Lives campaign.

To place an order please email: foundation@reigategrammar.org with details of the item, quantity and size (if applicable) along with your name, phone number and delivery address.

 

RGS Foundation merchandise

 

Testimonials...

RGS gave me the superb education my parents could not have afforded. I’ve never forgotten that... So I decided to give a bursary to a first year student and I hope it gives her some of the opportunities RGS gave to me.

Andrew Sullivan (RGS 1974–1981)

The lessons learned in those RGS years were certainly formative in terms of teamwork, resilience and lifelong learning.

Iain McLean (RGS 1971–1974)

Maybe if I had not had the opportunities and encouragement from RGS my life would have followed another path. Those days seem many miles away now but I will never forget my five happy years there.

Laurie Reed (RGS 1948–1953)

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