A walk up the Long Drive.
The Red Maids’ Society exists to keep former pupils and staff of the Red Maids’ High School, Bristol, in touch with each other.
For over 100 years, Red Maids have been walking through the gates on Westbury Hill and into school.
For almost 400 years they have been part of the history of the City of Bristol: ‘apparelled in red’, studying and learning, developing lifelong friendships and making their way in the wider world, each generation benefiting from the most modern education of their time.
The new Redland Hall was officially opened on 7th September by Dr Alice Roberts, a former pupil at the school. Read more
The rebuild of Denmark Hall, which will be known as Redland Hall, is being gradually revealed as the scaffolding comes down. There are classrooms and offices, and a large hall for assemblies and performances which opens onto the green space along Read more
The Summer 2017 edition of the Red Maids’ Society Newsletter was published in August. It features recent class reunions and an unusual career as well as upcoming events and news from around the world. Read more
When I became a Red Maid in 1953 the Second World War was a recent memory. Read more
In the spring of 2016, the school announced a merger of Red Maids’ and Redland High, to be known as Redmaids’ High School. Read more