OM Carol Service 2021

The President of The Marlburian Club Nick Cooke-Priest (LI 1983-85) and the Marlburian Club Committee are pleased to invite you and your guest to the annual OM Carol Service at Chelsea Old Church on Wednesday 15th December at 7pm. We are delighted to be able to hold this popular annual event once again. The OM […]

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Pip Brignall (LI 2002 – 07) – Creative Industries Council’s 100 CreaTech Companies to Watch

Pip Brignall (LI 2002 – 07) graduated from Drama Studio London in 2013 (with Newcastle University in between) and has been working for the last eight years as an actor and producer with a particular focus on immersive, interactive and site-specific theatre. In 2017, he partnered with a friend from drama school to set up […]

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Gallery: Club Day 2021

This year’s Club Day took place on Saturday 9th October alongside Marlborough College’s Festival of Sport. We were delighted to welcome Old Marlburians back to the College for the first full event since February 2020. The day began with the Annual General Meeting where we we said goodbye to the outgoing President Catherine Stewart (LI […]

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Marlborough College named Public School of the Year

Marlborough College has been named Public School of the Year at the Tatler Schools Awards 2021. The announcement was made at an online event on Wednesday 6th October, hosted on Tatler Schools’ IGTV. The Tatler Schools Guide is one of the most prestigious school reviewers operating across the sector and we are proud to have […]

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Hugh Sockett (C1 1951 – 55) takes on Dickens with a sequel trilogy

Hugh Sockett calls what he has done since retiring “a bit cheeky.” “Daunting” is another word for it, Sockett, who taught political science and morality in education, has written a sequel to Charles Dickens’ 1861 classic novel, Great Expectations. And not just a sequel, but a trilogy. Yes, three books. And it’s his first attempt […]

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Laura Jardine Paterson (LI 2009 – 11) founds web development agency

We caught up with Laura Jardine Paterson (LI 2009 – 11) after the anniversary of the explosion in Beirut to find out how the work she did in the aftermath went.   ‘The appeal was amazing, in the end we nearly £41,000! We helped rebuild in over 150 houses and 50 businesses which was fantastic, who […]

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Obituary – Sir Nicholas Goodison (C3 1947-52)

Sir Nicholas Goodison (C3 1947-52) will be remembered for a distinguished career in the City, notably for undertaking the reforms to the London Stock Exchange, known as ‘Big Bang’ and as a passionate supporter of the arts. After securing the future of the stock exchange, Goodison became chair of TSB Group, the sixth largest high […]

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