OE Clubs, Societies & Overseas Chapters | Epsom College

Membership of the OE Club opens up access to a wide-range of Chapters, Societies and Clubs. These professional networks, and social and sporting clubs, benefit long-established members as well as those about to embark upon the first stage of their careers.

Reflecting Epsom’s global outlook, and in recognition of the fact that not everyone is able to return to KT17, the OE Club holds regular events around the world. 

Professional Societies

Pupils at the College are encouraged to participate in various events, hosted by the OE Professional Societies, in order to develop their communication skills and advance their thinking about a future career.

If you have any questions or comments about our professional societies, or are able to offer careers advice and/or work experience, please get in touch.

For more information on the Professional Societies, click on the headings below.

Banking & Financial Services Society

OEs working in all areas of finance are welcome to join the Society.  Networking drinks receptions are held in London pubs and other venues and if you are able to host a drinks reception at your place of work, please click here to contact the OE Club.  

Join the OE Banking & Financial Services Society’s LinkedIn group or get in touch for more information.

Legal Society

Officially formed in 2009 by Steven Kay QC (P 1968-73), one of the key aims of the Legal Society is to create a network of help and support for young people starting out among the great number of solicitors and barristers associated with Epsom College.

Join the OE Legal Society’s LinkedIn group or get in touch for more information.

Medical Society

Established in 2000 by Paul Knapman (W 1958-63), the OE Medical Society welcomes those involved in the medical, dental, veterinary, pharmaceutical and medical science professions.

The current President of the Society is David Melville (R 1967-71).

The Society’s aims are to create a professional network for its members and provide a network of support for young OEs starting out in this range of professions, as well as students contemplating these careers.

Every March, the Society holds an annual dinner in central London venues associated with medicine, or at the College.

To read about the College’s medical history, see Medical Excellence: The Early Years by Dr John Ford (Fa1950-55).

Join the OE Medical Society’s LinkedIn group or get in touch for more information.

Property & Associated Services Society

Membership of the OE Property & Associated Services Society, launched in 2013, represents a wide cross-section of property interests, ranging from finance to design.

The aim of the society is to create a professional network for its members and provide valuable career advice to current students and young OEs.

Join the OE Property and Associated Services Society’s LinkedIn group or get in touch for more information.


Sports Clubs & Societies

Expertise in a particular sport is not always essential to joining and all clubs are very keen to recruit new members. Ideas for new Clubs and Societies are always welcome. Rounders matches are also played at the College on occasions. Click here to register your interest in playing rounders.

For more information about our current Sports Clubs and Societies please click the headings below.

Classic Car Club

The OE Classic Car Club (OECCC) got off to a flying start on Founder’s Day 2018, with over 20 vehicles turning up to create a wonderful display.

Classic and vintage car owners were out in force again at the College on the same occasion in 2019.

For all enthusiasts, Classic Car breakfasts are held at the Black Swan in Ockham on the second Sunday of every month from 8.30-11am, and every third Sunday at the Surrey Oaks Pub, Newdigate from 8.30-11am.

For more information on the OECCC please contact Director of Development, Helen Tranter. 


A relaxed, friendly atmosphere coupled with a fierce competitive edge is the style of the OE Cricket Club.

A series of lively fixtures is organised against good club sides during the season and includes the annual match against the College 1st XI. All matches are played on immaculate grounds and followed by a post-match social.

OEs, male or female, of any age and playing ability, are welcome to join. If you would like to get involved, please contact Harry Williams (P 2011-16).


The OE Football Club (OEFC) plays in the Arthurian League and in three cup competitions:

  • The Arthur Dunn
  • Junior League Cup
  • Lord David Woolcott Trophy

OEFC also have an annual match against the College XI. Over the course of a season, the club will fulfil up to 25 fixtures. Our home ground is Tolworth Goals (Deckers Sports Ground), Tolworth, KT5 9NT.

Away fixtures take place in the London and Greater London area.

We are keen to recruit more players to grow the club and increase the number of fixtures per season, there are plenty of opportunities for new players to get involved. If you would like to take part, please contact Alistair Morris.

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The Old Epsomian Golf Society has an impressive membership of all ages and standards. Many handicap matches, prestigious scratch tournaments and putting competitions are held throughout the year against other Societies, the Common Room and the College.

In 2017, the Society was delighted to win the two major titles, the coveted Halford Hewitt Cup and Grafton Morrish competition.

The Society looks forward to welcoming both female and male members and is confident all OEs will enjoy the opportunity to extend their game, while renewing old acquaintances and making new ones.

For more details, contact Adam Maurice.

Rifle Club

The OE Rifle Club (OERC) encourages OEs to further their marksmanship skills and enjoy many lively social occasions.

Competing at national and county level, the OERC offers opportunities for everyone to compete – from beginners to advanced shooters. Practices and team shoots are scheduled every two weeks during the season, which runs from March to the end of July.

The highlight of the calendar is the Imperial Meeting in July, commencing with the Ashburton Veterans and culminating ten days later with the final of the Queen’s prize.

Many OERC members regularly represent GB, England or Scotland in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games and are always happy to assist others with international-level coaching. For more information contact Jeremy Dodd 

To learn more about the history of Shooting at the College, click here

The 50 Club

The 50 Club was founded in 2013-14 with the intention of raising funds to help support pupils in the Target Rifle Shooting squad at Epsom College.

Members of the Club make an annual standing order donation of £50 with 50% of donations going towards shooting equipment for that year. Each member’s name then goes into a prize draw, which takes place at the Ashburton Dinner in June and the remaining 50% of the donations is divided between four winners.

For more details about becoming a member of the 50 Club, please contact the OE team.

Special thanks go to Peter Dodd (Rosebery 1943-47) and Andrew Lothian (Forest 1969-74) who started this initiative.


Informal squash matches are held at the College and an OE Squash Team is entered into the prestigious Londonderry Cup.

Please contact Luke Fisher if you are interested in playing.

Our Overseas Chapters

Click the headings below to find out more about each overseas chapter.


President of the OE Australian Chapter, Michael Diamond (Rn 1984-89), who lives in St Ives in NSW, would be delighted to hear from any OEs residing in Australia, as well as those passing through.

Mark Hohenberg (Rn 1994-99) and Ravinder Sehmi (Fa 1982-87) head up the Sydney branch.

Annual lunches are held in Sydney and Melbourne.

During her visit to Australia in 2023,  Director of Development, Helen Tranter, was delighted to meet a number of OEs who showed great enthusiasm for increased OE connectivity. 


Hong Kong

The Chapter was launched officially at a Reception in Hong Kong in October 2017.

The OE community in Hong Kong is the largest outside the UK and Helen Tranter, Director of Development, has enjoyed meeting many OEs and Epsom College parents at drinks receptions, dinners, a wine tasting and a family brunch.

The Chapter Committee endeavours to meet regularly and organise a range of events for OEs. These include a get-together at a race meet and lunches for the Chapter’s networking societies.

For further information, contact the President of the Chapter, Justin Lau (G 1990-95). Click here to read the biographies of Chapter Committee members.

Malaysia & Singapore

The OE Malaysia and Singapore Chapter includes former students from both Epsom College in the UK and Epsom College in Malaysia.

The Chapter is building a vibrant alumni network that will support OEs through their career, as well as create a strong social group with regular events.

For further information contact Andrew Diamond (P 1987-90) or join the Chapter’s Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OE.MalaysiaandSingapore/

Steering Committee

  • Head of Committee: Jeremy Diamond (H-S/F 1952-58)
  • Francis Minah (F 1980-84)
  • Chung Han Lee (Fa 1997-99)
  • Andrew Diamond (P 1987-90)

North America

The US Chapter is led by Bill Fleming (Propert 1956-58), who lives on the East Coast, while Kevin Brennan (F 1989-94) organises events for OEs living in the San Francisco Bay area.

The Canadian Chapter is led by Simon Law (Rosebery 1984-89).