Nick Fogg (CR 1978-92) elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Historical Society

Known in the Marlborough community as a historical author, former Mayor, and Wiltshire Councillor, Nick Fogg has been elected a Fellow of the RHS. Founded in 1868, the RHS is a successful learned society, membership organisation, and charity with a 150-year history. The award is in relation to the importance of his increasing number of […]

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Solar Innovation Professional Networking Event

We are delighted to invite you to a combined Digital, Science, Technology and Engineering professional networking event on Thursday 13th October from 6.30pm. The event will take place at the Antelope pub near Sloane Square and we will be discussing the topic of Solar Innovation. This event will be an excellent opportunity to meet, network and […]

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Caitlin Scott (MM 2006-11) starred in ‘Bleak Expectations’ at the Watermill theatre

Based on the BBC Radio 4 comedy by Mark Evans, the Watermill theatre presented Bleak Expectations. An imitation of the work of Charles Dickens, taking its name from Bleak House and Great Expectations, Bleak Expectations tells the story of young Pip Bin; a tragic half orphan, hopeless romantic and would-be-hero. Having graduated in 2021 from […]

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Ian Bremmner (C1 1937-41)

Ian was born in 1923 in Brasted, Kent, and grew up at Thatches, the thatched house built for his parents on nearby Brasted Chart by his maternal grandfather. His younger brother Christopher was born four years later, with Treacher-Collins syndrome, a rare calcium deficiency which required a great deal of medical care, special schools, and […]

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Talesmith projects Zelensky as hologram

EMMY and BAFTA winning company Talesmith, founded by Martin Williams (TU 1987-92), has recently been involved in the holographic speech delivered by President Zelenksy at Founders Forum London.  Talesmith is also due to produce a documentary about the conflict. Martin has been on location in Ukraine with President Zalensky, along with a local team and […]

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Nicholas Woodeson (B2 1963-67) features in The Tempest

Playing the part of Prospero, Nicholas Woodeson (B2 1963-67) is staring in William Shakespeare’s The Tempest in Theatre Royal, Bath. Set on an enchanted island The Tempest deals with magic, love, treachery, transformations, the visible and the invisible. As with all his ‘late plays’, man’s complex and troubled journey from the desire for revenge to […]

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Michael Wilson (LI 1942-46)

Born in Radlett, Hertfordshire, his father was a family doctor of a Yorkshire family and his mother Scottish, born in Cardross. Having found letters written from the trenches in WW1, he published his father’s letters in a small book entitled “From Trench to Sky”, as his father, having been badly wounded in the Somme, joined […]

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The Rev. Robin Sinclair Ferguson 1931-2021

Robin was born in Putney on 26th April 1931 to Gordon and Rosemary Ferguson and brought up in Reigate. He was educated at Coniston then Hillside, Reigate then boarded at St Peter’s, Seaford from the age of eight. His school was evacuated to North Devon from 1940-1944 and during that time he lived with a […]

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Harriett Baldwin (LI 1975-77) Marks Malvern Suffragette on Vote Anniversary

West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin (LI 1975-77) unveiled a plaque to celebrate Malvern suffragette Elsie Howey on the anniversary of women first being given the right to vote on the same basis as men in elections. Harriett was invited to unveil the plaque by Malvern Civic Society, marking the efforts of the clergyman’s daughter who […]

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Little Interactions: Conversations And Observations Across America 

Little Interactions by Alistair Macleod (SU 2009-14) is a ten-week field study of this sentiment. It is a series of vignettes, capturing the conversations and observations experienced along a 6,500km bike ride, which begins amongst the marble statues of Washington D.C, continues through the bluegrass fields of Kentucky, across the Plains of Kansas, up the spine of […]

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Volunteer for the 2023 Careers Speed Dating Event

If you left Marlborough between five and fifteen years ago, come and talk to the Hundreds about your career to date at our Careers Speed Dating event on 26th January 2023. This event is a fun way for our pupils to “speed-meet” you and hear more about you, your career, and how you got there. The […]

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Flowers for Elephants: How a Conservation Movement in Kenya Offers Lessons for Us All  

Flowers for Elephants tells the story of a community conservation movement in Kenya, that shows how environmental change does not have to divide us, but can bring us together.  What began as a last-ditch effort to save rhinos from extinction sparked a remarkable return of wildlife to a once-struggling cattle ranch called Lewa, now named a UN World […]

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Bumbling through Africa

Frank Tennant (CO 1949-54) served his National Service in the British Army, where he was seconded to the Somaliland Scouts, a British Colonial Regiment. Returning to the UK, he decided the ideal lifestyle would be to farm in Africa. After driving through Africa and realising that it was not the place to invest his future, […]

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Not for Profit Professional Networking Event

I am delighted to invite you to the OM Not for Profit professional networking event on Thursday 29th September at 6,30pm. The event will be similar to the previous virtual event the group ran but will also include advice and tips on fundraising. Attendees will be given one minute to ‘pitch’ their organisation to the group; […]

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Flying Through Life: From Fighter Pilot to Peace Activist

Towards the end of his career as a fighter pilot with the Royal Navy, Richard Moody (C3 1954-59) became an ardent Peace Activist and Quaker. His book Flying Through Life: From Fighter Pilot to Peace Activist, is the story of his conversion. In today’s world of militarization and slaughter, Richard’s diametric experiences have made him […]

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Festival of Sport 2022

Register for Festival of Sport  Book Now Register Child for Taster Sports Sessions Book Now This year’s Festival of Sport will be held on Saturday 8th October 2022.  This event has become a special day in the Marlburian sporting calendar with the age of participants in previous years ranging from seven to seventy. Current Marlborough pupils will […]

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1958 Tennis Reunion

In 1958 Marlborough College reached the final of the Youll Cup at Wimbledon losing narrowly in the deciding Singles to Mill Hill. In April this year three members of the team, Robert Bateman (CO 1953-58), Philip Howard (C2 1954-59) and Chris Harvey (LI 1954-59) met up to play a 64th anniversary competitive doubles match at […]

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Marlburian Monday – 10th October 22 – Lebby Eyres (C2 1987-89) ‘My Oar-Some Adventure: Rowing Across the Atlantic’

We are delighted to announce that Marlburian Mondays are back! The first Marlburian Monday talk of this academic year, entitled ‘My Oar-Some Adventure: Rowing Across the Atlantic’ will be given by Lebby Eyres (C2 1987-89) at 8pm on Monday 10th October. Lebby recently rowed across the Atlantic as part of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. Her […]

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The world of yacht art

Brothers Patrick (PR 1985-89) and Vincent (PR 1987-91) Harris run Sail Graphics Palma, the leading consultancy in custom sail graphics across the Mediterranean. Having both been Art Scholars at Marlborough, and going on to gain Fine Art and Classics degrees, they became aware of the need for an artistic eye which combine fine art and […]

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