Friends of King’s Events

Forthcoming events

Family Tennis Tournament - Saturday 13 May

We are looking for 24 pairs (total of 48 participants). Pairings should include one child from Year 3 - Year 8 and one adult, preferably a 'mixed' doubles team. The games will be played on a full court using standard tennis balls, so we would recommend entry for children who are able to rally at an appropriate level.
We are also on the lookout for a small team of girls and boys to assist in keeping score and reporting match results.

In order to have as much tennis playing as possible registration will be at 8.30am to allow a prompt start to the round-robin matches at 9am. We aim for prize giving at 12.15 pm.
To allow us to plan the day, please email Ed Chisholm (KHS Parent) with the names of your pairing, including the school year of your child, at

Join us for a G&T at Somerset County Cricket Club - Friday 19 May

Drinks in the Thatchers Rooftop Terrace at Somerset County Cricket Club overlooking the match (Somerset v Warwickshire) - Friday 19 May from 3.30pm. Tickets £10pp available from the School Office.

Previous events

Easter Egg Hunt 19.03.17

Thank you to all the families (160 people in total) who turned out for the Willett Hill Easter Egg. Particular thanks to Ed White & Emily White who allowed us the use their land. A great time was had by all.

Quiz Night 09.02.17

On Thursday 9 February the Friends of King’s Hall and the KCT Parents’ Association jointly hosted a quiz evening at King’s College. 16 teams of six entered to battle it out through eight rounds of questions.

Thank you to everyone who participated, we hope you all had an enjoyable evening.

Pop-up Thai Restaurant 14.10.16

The Arts Centre was transformed into a Thai Pop-up restaurant. Guests enjoyed a three-course meal prepared by Fon Cousens with wine available to buy from Paddy Magill (Vine Wine).

T20 Cricket at Somerset County Cricket Club 19.06.16

Fabulous day at the cricket despite the dim skies. Gayle delivered and Somerset CC were victorious. Thanks to everyone who came along.

The picture below shows Chris Gayle trying to get his hands on a King's hat!

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