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Former Dame to be Marlborough's next Mayor
27/01/2015

Councillor Margaret RoseMarlborough's town councillors have chosen Councillor Margaret Rose as the town's next Mayor. 

She will succeed Mayor Marian Hannaford-Dobson for the 2015-2016 term of office.  She is currently the Town's Deputy Mayor and for 27 years Councillor Rose was a 'Dame' at Marlborough College.

Click here to read the full story in Marlborough News Online.

OM returns to discuss Morehead-Cain Scholarship
27/01/2015

Alastair Monty (PR 2001-06) came to talk to pupils at the College about the Morehead-Cain Scholarship and his experiences as a student in the US. 

Alastair is currently a law student, taking the GDL at BPP University and has worked as a private biographer, an intern as an Investment Banker Analyst at JP Morgan and a teacher at a school in Namibia.

Click here to read the full review.

Professional Squash Tournament Results
26/01/2015

The Marlborough College Open took place over the weekend of 23rd-25th January 2015, staged by the Professional Squash Association.

Players in the top 100 (world ranking) took part and it was a competitive day of squash, with Tom Ford eventually named the winner. Full results from the day can be viewed here.

With thanks to OM Shakeeb Alireza (PR 1988-93).

Seven up for OMs
26/01/2015

OMFCOMFC ran out 7-2 winners against Old Reptonians on Saturday afternoon.

It was an impressive victory which keeps the Old Marlburians a point clear at the top of the Arthurian League.

Report to follow.

Cockroaches - continues Tuesday!
19/01/2015

Freddy SybornFreddy Syborn (B1 2000-05) is the writer of ITV2’s new comedy Cockroaches, which continues on Tuesday evening.

Click here to read more about the show, which will start at 10pm.

Read an interview with the pair here, which appeared in The Observer on Sunday 18th January.

Top of the league...
19/01/2015

OMFCOMFC have made a fine start to 2015 with two wins from two, including a big win at the weekend.

The side are currently top of the Arthurian League Division One and on Saturday ran out 6-0 winners at home to Old Wykehamists I.

This result followed a 7-3 thumping of Old Aldenhamians I the week before, bringing the goals for tally to an impressive 13 goals in just two games.

View the latest league table, results and fixtures here.

Careers’ Speed Dating Event
09/01/2015

Careers NetworkingIf you left Marlborough between seven and 12 years ago, we would love you to come back and chat to the Hundreds about your career sector.

We can promise a lively evening and we’ll even treat you to a curry supper in Common Room afterwards!

We’d love to hear from you soonest if you would be prepared to come along on Tuesday 10th February.

Also from anyone in a different line of work – all welcome. We are looking for people to chat about:

Architects
Accountancy
Biomedical Research
HR or PR
Chartered Surveying
Pharmaceutical industry

Please click here and email us for more information.

Annual Dinner is a sell-out
09/01/2015

Following tremendous interest, this year’s Marlburian Club Annual Dinner is now sold-out with around 260 guests booked up.

The black-tie event will take place in The Long Room at Marylebone Cricket Club on Thursday 12th March.

Club President, Richard Fleck CBE (B3 1962-67), will be in attendance alongside a particularly distinguished line up of guests which will include the Master, Jonathan Leigh, and his wife Emma; along with past Masters John Dancy, Roger Ellis, David Cope, Edward Gould and Nicholas Sampson.

A very special evening is anticipated in front of a sell-out gathering. A reserve list is still in operation – please call Kate O’Connor on 01672 892384.

Martha Rose Bishop
07/01/2015

Congratulations to Steven Bishop (PR 1969-73), Marlburian Club Chairman, who became a grandfather to Martha Rose on Wednesday 17th December.

Congratulations also to Martha’s parents Oliver Bishop (PR 2000-2005) and his wife, Charlotte-Lise.

Jane Hardstaff
07/01/2015

The sequel...Debut author Jane Hardstaff’s (LI 1982-84) Executioner’s Daughter was chosen as Children's Book of the Week by The Sunday Times and The Times in 2014. 

The sequel, River Daughter has just been published by Egmont and is the lovereading4kids.co.uk children’s book of the month.

Follow her on Twitter here.

Festive greeting well received...
06/01/2015

The Marlburian Club has received a number of heartfelt responses to the Christmas e-card.

Featuring a verse from the carol ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’, it was emailed out to Old Marlburians shortly before Christmas Day and has now been played over 1,500 times.

Whilst the focus of the festive season is now over, we thought we would share just some of your testimonials…


“Very many thanks for the lovely Christmas Greetings card, a great surprise and very much appreciated.”
N. D. Anderson (CO 1957-62)

“As the proprietor of a dotcom business, and a chorister whilst at Marlborough, your Xmas card meets with my approval – best use of modern technology!”
Mark Lee (B1 1974-79)

“Wow!  That was superb!  I’m choked up!  I was at Marlborough 1981-1982 (middle 6th) as an English-Speaking Union exchange student, and I sang (bass) in the church choir all year!  What a great year it was, and what a beautiful reminder of Marlborough at Christmas!”
Jeffrey Jamieson (B2 1981-82)

“Loved the card! Thank you. Merry Christmas from San Francisco.”
Zaza (Horne) Berven (CO 1973-75)

“Ever so many thanks.  A great choir, a great setting and atmosphere - and a great message for Christmas.”
Richard Bewes OBE (B2 1948-53)

“Just to say how delighted I was to receive your greetings along with the clip of the College choir. As a former choir member and one who is still very actively involved in music making it was very much appreciated.”
Stephen Brain (LI 1965-67)
 

Harold 'Tich' Radford Rosebowl
05/01/2015

Mark Wright, Louis Gaillard (Tu, L6), Aubrey Waddy, Roger Preston, Marius Baldrey (CR), Peter Bryan (CR), Alex WildmanThe Marlborough Courtiers will be holding the Harold “Tich” Radford Rosebowl Tournament on Saturday 10th January at the College.

The squash tournament is open to all OMs, pupils and there should be several Common Room entrants as well.

The tournament will take place in the College courts with a 2.15 pm start. Please contact Marlborough Courtiers Club Secretary, Alex Wildman (C2, 1984-89), if you are interested in taking part.

Follow us on Twitter
05/01/2015

If you are an OM and on Twitter, then please follow us!

The Marlburian Club has a dedicated account for OM news, events and information.

Click here to follow the OM Twitter account.

Careers’ Speed Dating Event
01/01/2015

Careers NetworkingIf you left Marlborough between seven and 12 years ago, we would love you to come back and chat to the Hundreds about your career sector.

We can promise a lively evening and we’ll even treat you to a curry supper in Common Room afterwards!

We’d love to hear from you soonest if you would be prepared to come along on Tuesday 10th February.

Also from anyone in a different line of work – all welcome. We are looking for people to chat about:

  •     PR
  •     Marketing
  •     Law
  •     Accountancy
  •     Medicine
  •     Chartered Surveying
  •     Science related careers
  •     Journalism

Please click here and email us for more information.

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