Founder's Day Dinner

Founder's Day Service and Dinner
Wednesday 4 December 2019, The Charterhouse, LoNDON



The Stewards warmly invite you to the annual Founder's Day Dinner to be held on Wednesday 4 December at The Charterhouse, London.

This is a wonderful opportunity to catch up with fellow Old Carthusians over a sumptuous fine dining experience set in a location second to none for its beauty and history. 
The event starts at 6pm when all are invited to Choral Evensong for the annual service with music provided by the School's Chamber Choir. Following this a reception will be held in the Great Chamber from 6.45pm and guests will be asked to take their seats in the Great Hall by 7.30pm.


We are delighted to share the menu for the event being:
Starter: Peppered mackerel on a bed of beetroot salad with a lime and watercress garnish
Mains: Welsh lamb rump with red onion marmalade on a rocket and turmeric mash garnished with sage glazed carrots
Dessert: Charterhouse mulberry jam cheesecake
To finish: Cheese platters
A vegetarian option is also available (please contact for more details).  


We are pleased to announce that our guest speaker will be Lord Wakeham (H49), and our guest preacher will be Revd Martin Dale (L72).

Tickets are £90 per person with concession tickets for those under 25 years as at 4 December 2019, being £50 per person. Dress is black tie.

Please note that those eligible to dine are Old Carthusians, members of the Governing Body, or members of the staff of Sutton's Hospital or of Brooke Hall. Seating will be at the discretion of the Stewards although we will do our best to meet all seating preferences. Please note car parking is not available in the precincts of The Charterhouse and smoking is not permitted anywhere on site. 

The booking form can be found below and the programme above. Places will not be confirmed until payment has been received. 

We very much hope that we will be able to welcome as many of you as possible to this fabulous dinner.


Founder's Day Stewards 2018
The Headmaster, Dr Alex Peterken          The Master, Ann Kenrick
 Emily Benson (g03)                 Julian Bridger (H71, Brother)           Tom Foulger (g04)         
 Mark Latham (g85)                  William Lynch (H83)                         Ian McBryde (H73)
 Jim Miller (P85)                        Arun Silva (G16)                              John Troy (Brooke Hall)