Old Lorettonians can click on these links:
Send in News of yourself or others for the website or magazine
Email Old Lorettonians for whom we hold an email address. To do this, find the Register entry for the person concerned and then follow the instructions for emailing.
View the Message Board or submit your own Message or Small Ad
Search the Loretto Register for information about all Lorettonians from 1827 onwards.
Change your Password to something more memorable. You will receive a confirmation email when this is done. Meantime, please continue to use the present one.
Welcome to the website for Old Lorettonians
Many of the pages of this website are open to all viewers, but there is a zone restricted to Members of the Lorettonian Society, reached though the page Keep in Touch, where Old Lorettonians and Honorary Members of the Lorettonian Society have access to Old Lorettonian personal news and messages, to the Loretto Register and also to the newly formed Lorettonian Business and Professional Network. Members of the Society who find they cannot access this restricted zone are invited there to apply on-line for their Register Number and password.
An invitation to Old Lorettonians from the School.
We would also like here to pass on an invitation from the School to all Old Lorettonians to visit the School at any time. You should feel free to bring your family too. You will be made very welcome, with a tour offered, accompanied or not as you wish. It would obviously be better to see the School in term-time if that is possible for you. You will then be invited to have lunch in the Dining Hall with the staff and pupils, and if you left School more than a few years ago you may be pleasantly surprised at the quality and choice of the buffet you are offered. So do make contact through Emma Sinclair, who liaises between the Lorettonian Society and the School, at email@example.com.
The two Societies for Old Lorettonians
Two Societies for Old Lorettonians are now well established. Each works closely with the School and with each other to their great mutual benefit.
You can read further details about each of these Societies by clicking on these links: