We had a wonderful time gathering at our 2016 Reunion with Old Boys and Girls from the Müller Homes. It was fantastic to see long time friends reunited, some of whom who had never attended a reunion before.
Starting our time together we gathered to welcome everyone together, heard from Stewart North (Müllers Chair of Trustees) who shared why we had chosen to decorate in red, white and blue to mark the Queen's 90th Birthday and invited our guests to take away a copy of a book called “The Servant Queen and the King she serves”, which was written as a tribute for the occasion telling of her reign and faith in God. There was also a chance, led by Julian Marsh (former Chief Executive of the Trust), to see which homes were represented at the event - by a show of hands. We enjoyed a buffet lunch together and had afternoon tea during the day which was filled with conversations, laughter, a sing-a-long and a Clubs demonstration by an Old Boy who could still remember his sequences from his time in the homes.