A Thank You From Diana Silk

A thank you from Diana Silk to all those who contacted her after Dennis’s death. “We have received so many wonderful letters that it has proved impossible to thank everyone individually. Kate, Alexandra, Tom and Will join me in expressing our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you who has taken the time […]

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MC Global Connect gets an upgrade!

We are excited to announce that our MC Global Connect Platform has had an upgrade! Looking to reconnect with old friends? A way to give back by helping other OMs? Looking for help with your career or business? Simply login or sign up to explore the new version of the platform, starting with a personalised […]

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Gallery: 749 Society Talk

A packed Memorial Hall enjoyed a fascinating insight into the history and work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) given by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence KCVO CB ADC(P) who was until June, Vice Chair of the Commission. Sir Tim outlined the criteria by which CWGC had been founded and how some were considered […]

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OM Focus: Anouk Jacob (MO 1992-94)

Tell us a bit about your background I grew up in continental Europe and arrived in England at age 13 to go to boarding school. I attended Marlborough College for my A levels and was in Morris House. I used to work in Corporate PR, had several successful positions including Deputy Manager of Point Virgule, […]

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On the Shelves – Churchill’s Colonel

The grandson of Anthony Barne (B2 1920-23), Charles Barne, has collated and published his grandfather’s WW2 diaries, Churchill’s Colonel; The War Diaries of Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Barne. Anthony Barne started his diary in August 1939 as a young, recently-married captain in the Royal Dragoons stationed in Palestine. He wrote an entry for every day of […]

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Celebration of the Individual – Concert

Saturday 29th February 2020 (7pm)  On Saturday 29th February a host of the most outstanding Marlburian artists past, present and future will be playing a unique concert in the Memorial Hall. Celebration of the Individual 2020 will be a one-off concert held in memory of OM and Jamiroquai co-founder Toby Grafftey-Smith (B3 1984-89) and will […]

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Mike Orange (PR 1986-91) wins Innovation award

It has been a good year for Mike Orange (PR 1986-91), Head of Business Development and Head of Engineering at Cecence. They recently won the Innovations in Composite Design Industry Award 2019. The ceremony was held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, which Mike attended along with Holly Scott-Donaldson (MO 1989-91), Head of Sales […]

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Join the Celebration of the anniversary of the Memorial Hall’s re-opening on 11th November at 7.30pm

A Talk entitled Remembrance: The Never Ending Work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission will be given by by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence KCVO CB ADC(P) on Monday 11th November at 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall. The official re-opening of  Marlborough College’s iconic building, the Memorial Hall, was on the eve the Armistice last […]

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OM Networking Event – Cyber Security & Incident Management

Marlburian Club Cyber Security Event  Thursday 5th December Dell SecureWorks, London 6.30pm A presentation and discussion of Cyber Security – Incident Management will take place at Dell SecureWorks on Thursday 5th December at 6.30pm. What do you do when your organisation is under attack from hackers and a breach is detected? With the introduction of GDPR […]

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Hamish Brown ‘In Tune’

Hamish Brown (C1 2006-11) performed as piano accompanist in a live broadcast on Thursday 12 September on BBC Radio 3’s “In Tune”. He accompanied mezzo-soprano Beth Taylor in a performance of Hamilton Harty’s song “Sea Wrack”. Their radio appearance followed this year’s Wigmore Hall/Independent Opera International Song Competition, in which Hamish and Beth were one […]

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OM Women’s Networking Event

Marlburian Club Women’s Network Tuesday 26th November Google, London 6.30pm The OM Women’s Networking event will take place on Tuesday 26th November at Google’s offices in Central St Giles, London from 6.30pm – 9.00pm. The theme of the evening is ‘New Ways of Working’ which is inspired by an article of the same title, that […]

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OMSA Win Charterhouse Bowl

Many congratulations to the Old Marlburian Sailing Team who won the Charterhouse Bowl for Fleet Sailing at the Arrow Trophy on the weekend of the 5th and 6th October. The Arrow Trophy is a sailing competition between Independent Schools, raced as an annual weekend regatta, in one-design yachts crewed by former pupils. The Organising Authority […]

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Remembrance: The Never Ending Work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

A lecture by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence KCVO CB ADC(P) Celebration of the anniversary of the Memorial Hall’s re-opening on 11th November at 7.30pm The official re-opening of Marlborough College’s iconic building, the Memorial Hall, was on the eve the Armistice last November. To mark the first anniversary of the re-opening and celebrate the […]

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OMs gather for Adrian Hargreaves wedding

Congratulations to Adrian (PR 2006-11) and Chelsea Hargreaves who got married on 25th May 2019. Thank you to Will Kirkpatrick (PR 2006-11) for sending in the photo of the OM group who attended! From left to right William Symington, Mathew Baldry, Oliver Logan, Adrian Hargreaves holding his bride Chelsea Hargreaves, William Harvey, Benedict Kay, William […]

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James Lyon Taylor Marathon Achievement

James Lyon Taylor (CR 2006-present) recently completed an amazing three marathons in three days with his friend, Nick Cowley, who ran six marathons in five days. They were running to raise money for The Talent Tap. The Marlburian Club has been working with The Talent Tap over the last few years. The charity, set up […]

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OM Focus: Rosie Wintour (MM 1996-2001)

Congratulations on the 5th anniversary of Pico Players! What led to you setting up the group? On my first day at Marlborough, Mr Arkwright hoisted my trunk out of the boot of my parents’ car, saw my surname and said, “ah, Rosie Wintour, Grade 5 flute, see you at Brasser on Tues!” Or something to […]

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HM Forces Drinks

Wednesday 11th December The Sun Tavern, London 6.30pm The Marlburian Club is holding an informal drinks reception at The Sun Tavern in London on Wednesday 11th December. The event is open to all OMs who are currently serving or have previously served in the armed forces. This event is being held to mark the launch of the […]

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Don McCullin Talk at Marlborough

Renowned British photographer Don McCullin will be giving a talk at Marlborough on Thursday 31st October, with all members of the College community – including OMs – welcome to attend. He is the Picasso of photography and has redefined photojournalist photography across the last half century. Earlier this year, Tate Britain held a major retrospective […]

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Katharine Beaugié (PR 1991-93) exhibition

Katharine Beaugié (PR 1991-93), visual artist, has an event, Applied Pure, coming up at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. The event, a unique collaboration between light sculptor Katharine and international concert harpsichordist Medea Bindewald, combining the patterns made by water and light with the sound of harpsichord music in a mathematical environment […]

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Morris OMs return to the College

It was a pleasure to welcome back Hannah Quartermaine (MO 1994-97), Gabby Shiner Hill ( MO 1992-97), Leona Black (MO 1992-97) and Mabel, on her first visit, to the College. They came for a weekend in Wiltshire to celebrate their birthdays and, after a trip down memory lane and looking some of the newer buildings […]

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