The Old Cottonians Association (United Kingdom) conveys All Good Wishes for the Centenary Celebrations of our august association that kicked-off in Chandigarh, India.T he love and the sense of belonging we have for our Great and Wonderful School will always remain throughout our lives.
The Old Cottonians Associations spread over all continents of the world are harbours to which arrive the younger generations of Cottonians; a congregation, a mecca where the Association must instill a feeling of security and comfort for these youngsters. With our Founding Father Bishop Cotton always in our midst the Associations encompass the spirit of brotherhood and every Cottonian is a Life Member. Arriving in a new place can be worrying, stressful and for some of us the need to have contact with someone who has come from the same background, shared the same classroom, the dormitory, the dining hall, cheered in unison for his house and for BCS. The OCA hovers over the entire country where it has been associated; all it takes is an emanating signal from a young Cottonian who needs some help, some advice or just wishing to trace another Cottonian who may have drifted away in the mists of time.
Let the World know: The OCA is a Force of Power; its is there for Cottonians to Remember…Never Forget.
The OCA (United Kingdom)
Captain Vivek C.Bhasin
4, Southlands, 40, Queens Road, Weybridge KT13 0AR, Surrey. UK
Tel: + 44 (0)1932 841614 / Mobile: + 44 (0)7887 983333
Mr Gursant Singh Sandhu
86 Cranbrook Rise, Ilford London IG1 3QH, UK
Tel: + 44 (0)7956 186648
Mr Puneet Singh
34 Pursewardens Close, Ealing , London W13 9PN, UK
Tel: + 44 (0)7841 590990
Mr Vinod Nanda
37, Melbury Avenue, Norwood Green, Southall, Middlesex UB2 4HS, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7235 8282
Mr Raj Lamba
12 Western Court, Huntley Drive, London N3 1NX
Tel: + 44-(0)20 8349 1041