Old Southeronians’ Association

 The ‘Old Southeronians’ Association was formed in 1938 to provide for the needs of retired railwaymen and women who have worked in or who live in Southern England – the area we cover stretches from Kent to Cornwall.

New members are allocated to one of seven branches according to their home address, unless they express a preference for a particular branch.  Each branch is managed by its own Committee and these are drawn together by an OSA Executive Committee, which generally oversees and encourages the social and welfare activities of the Association.

Members are encouraged to take part in a variety of activities, so that they can join in the fellowship with former colleagues and other like-minded people.  Full details are circulated in the regular branch newsletter.

Life Membership of the Old Southeronians costs just £20.

Join The ‘Old Southeronians’ Association now:-

Click here for application form in Word format
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If you would like full details for a particular Branch, or for a particular event you will find further information in the individual Branch Diaries – click on the links below:
Branch Including
Bournemouth Now part of the Wessex amalgamated branch
Croydon & East Surrey  
London West South West London and West Surrey
Southampton Now part of the Wessex amalgamated branch
Sussex Good old “Sussex by the Sea”
West of England Now part of the Wessex amalgamated branch
Wessex Basingstoke, Bourenmouth, Exeter area, Isle of Wight, Lymington, Portsmouth, Salisbury and Weymouth