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Where in the World do OBs live?

It amazes me how far flung you Old Brutonians are!  For instance, there are at least 72 OBs who live in Australia, a further 22 in New Zealand (16 on the North Island) and a whopping 158 in Germany! Canada and the USA rack up an impressive 84, Kenya 59 and Spain 46.

You can search for fellow Old Brutonians using the 'network' page Network | King's Bruton Community (  Only those OBs who are registered and who have given permission to be 'found' by others will be visible, but please do drop me a line and I can always pass your contact details onto OBs who might live in and around your area.  I know that many of you can't make it to the OB events that are held every year, but several of you definitely get a 10 out of 10 for holding your own reunions.  As always, we would love to hear about these; they will really help inspire other OBs to meet up.

Every year we welcome children from all over the world, particularly Germany and Spain.  Often these children plan on staying a term or two, but end up staying for the duration, which is testamant to how much they enjoy their time here.  

Have a look at some of the stats on where OBs are based around the world, and please do get in touch if you would like help finding some fellow OBs in your patch!

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