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Belfast Old Instonians Association
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The President of B.O.I.A; Jim Houston, welcomed the class of 2023 to a "Curry Night" [...]
Approval was given at our Annual General Meeting, in September 2023, to implement the following [...]
The following members were elected to serve as Officer Bearers and Members of Council at [...]
Wonderful to see these lunches back. An important opportunity for alumni to gather for a [...]
The Association is the hub for communications with past pupils, staff and friends of the [...]
Belfast Old Instonians Association, also known as BOIA. The school has had a number of distinguished alumni who have gone on to achieve great success in various fields.
When the School first opened in 1814, it was the responsibility of the Headmasters of the various Schools to manage the academic affairs and pupils within that school
The unveiling of the Seahorse statue at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution (RBAI) was a momentous occasion, marking the school’s long and storied history
The Seahorse is a symbol that holds a special place in the history of Belfast Old Instonians. The Seahorse emblem has been associated with the school since its founding in 1863,
John Gamble is Professor in Geology at UCC.
An exhibition compiled from his collection of photographs taken throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s while on fieldwork in Antarctica.
The annual London Dinner 2023, organised by The Belfast Old Instonians Association was a highly successful event, bringing together Instonians living in London for an evening of friendship, camaraderie, memories and celebration of times at “Inst”.
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