WELCOME TO THE APS WEBSITE
The Association of Past Students provides opportunities for Members to keep in touch with friends and other Past Students and Staff from I M Marsh College.
Please navigate through the website using the menu above and hover over an image for the caption.
The Association produces a Journal, which is published annually, containing:
- news and information from College,
- interesting articles,
- information about our Annual Reunions,
- a Set News section, which is always very full of interesting news sent in by our Members.
The Association arranges an Annual Reunion, which is held either in Liverpool or at other venues around the country. Members have commented on how much they enjoy these opportunities to meet their friends again.
Set Reunions may also be arranged to celebrate special Anniversary years and these are becoming very popular with our Members.
The Association is also working to produce a History of I M Marsh College and to preserve Archives. Contributions from Past Students and Staff will be very important to this and we hope that you would like to share memories of College.
The Committee would be delighted to welcome new members to APS and it is possible to join the Association through this website.
As you will see (on the right) we have a Facebook page. This can be accessed by clicking the link on the left or from any page on this website by clicking the “F” link at the top of the page. Information & photographs will be added to the Facebook page as and when they are available, and more frequently than this site. You will be able to access all the information on the Facebook page without signing in to Facebook. However, Facebook will urge you to join and a large screen will open saying that you need to sign in. Look right to the bottom of this screen, and you will see in very small writing ‘Not now’. If you click on this, the sign blocking the view of the page will slide down. It may stay visible at the bottom of your screen and pop up from time to time, but it will not prevent you browsing the page. You will then be using the site just as you would for any internet site