Welcome to the Old Georgians web site. Here you will find a wealth of historical documents and photographs from the 100 year history of KGV, including an expanding collection of school and college newsletters stretching back to the 1920s.


OG NEWS – 2024

Dear Old Georgians

The new edition of the Red Rose magazine for 2024 is now available!

The Red Rose 2024

This is the full version, in colour and provides you with the best experience of the annual publication. To those who still request the hard copy, this will be posted out to you by the end of January.
If you have moved address in the last 12 months, please can you send you new one through so that we are certain we have the correct one.

We hope you enjoy the edition and if it encourages you to write an article for us next year, please contact Jon Elliott (

The most difficult section to write and manage is the Obituary section. I aim to ensure I include everyone that I am told of, but I do rely on contributions for the personal detail. 
If any of these seem a bit short, there is nothing I can do at this time. If you know of other OGAs not included, or any interesting information about those that are, please send it in to Jon Elliott.

2024 AGM & Annual Dinner

The date is now set for the 2024 dinner.

Saturday 27th April 2024

More details are on the
Calendar page, along with details of the annual golf tournament

The OGA Committee.

We have a Facebook group available that you can join and chat to other Old Georgians on. Click Here to access it!


To explore the pages, click on the appropriate link at the top of the page.

You can find an archive of KGV photographs by clicking here or following the link in the menu.

To become a member of the Old Georgians, update your contact details, or submit an update for the Red Rose Magazine, please click here.

The historical text in this document was prepared by Paul Bagshaw from material written by Geoffrey Dixon and David Arnold.

Disclaimer : This site is not officially affiliated with King George V College in Southport. It is run by the Old Georgians Association, a group of former students from the Grammar School and Sixth Form College for the benefit of all former pupils.

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