Dr Jessamy Hibberd’s (EL 1993-98) book, The Imposter Cure, has made the top 15 on Amazon and now has a bestseller tag – ranking number one in popular psychology, scientific psychology and psychiatry and the self, ego and personality. Click here to view the listing on Amazon.
It was lovely to welcome back Paul Wigram (B2 1951-55) to the College recently, along with his daughter Bronny. Paul enjoyed a look around the College, meeting members of staff and taking in a raft of changes since his days at Marlborough. If you’d like to arrange a visit to Marlborough, please click here for […]
Best wishes to the Class of 2019 who receive their A Level results today! We encourage them to connect with us to find a mentor, join a professional group or for social occasions and sport. ‘Once a Marlburian always a Marlburian!’ Whether you have just left or are a veteran OM, do get in touch […]
Sunday 11th August 2019 Marlborough Blues v Sherborne Pilgrims The Blues won the toss and elected to bat. After accurate bowling from Sherborne and some outstanding pieces of fielding, Marlborough were unable to find any momentum through the first innings. Contributions from Toby Baines (BH 2012-17), Joe Arkwright (SU 2010-15), Andy Bush (PR 1995-2000) and […]
Recent leaver Archie Griffin (C3 2014-19) is currently in South Africa as a member of the Wales U18 rugby tour squad. The tight-head prop was named in the starting line-up for their first match of the tour, a 23-13 defeat at the Paul Roos Gymnasium, Stellenbosch. On Tuesday 13th August he was amongst the replacements […]
Old Marlburian duo Ali Macleod (SU 2009-14) and Alex Andrews (BH 2009-14) are setting off on a self-supported cycle ride from Washington D.C. to Vancouver in Canada. “There will be two of us on this adventure, as I am joined by life-long best friend Alex Andrews,” said Macleod. “Together we will attempt to cycle self-supported […]
Jack Whitehall (B1 2001–06) and his father, Michael, featured on this week’s Who do you Think You Are? A few surprises emerged. The programme can be viewed on BBC iPlayer here. About: In a first for the series, father-and-son comedy double-act Jack and Michael Whitehall join forces to investigate their family tree. They discover […]
Tim Triptree (TU 1989-94), international wine director at Christie’s, recently hosted a wine tasting lunch event – exclusively for OMs – at Bar Boulud at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park. After what was an insightful occasion for those OMs in attendance, Tim discussed his career to date, his role, liaison with The Marlburian Club and a […]
Congratulations to the Blues, fresh from retaining the CMJ Trophy at Radley a week earlier, who beat Old Amplefordians by 100 runs on Saturday. Star performers were Will Hooker (LI 2004-09) with 102*, Fraser Clarke (TU 2004-09) scored 96 and Charlie Pascoe (C2 2008-13) took 3-28. Elsewhere on the day, two former XI captains continued […]
The Council is pleased to announce the appointment of G I Henderson CBE to succeed the Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown KCMG (C1 1967-71) as Chairman. Giles grew up in South Africa and then studied at Oxford and taught at Berkeley. He had a very distinguished career as a lawyer culminating in eight years as Senior […]
The OM Cycling Club met on Saturday 27th July and enjoyed changeable conditions for a 45-mile ride around the Cotswolds followed by a refuelling barbeque, cooked expertly by the last Master, Jonathan Leigh and his wife Emma. Interestingly timed to coincide with the last day of the Tour de France, the 27 strong peleton pedalled […]
The Club office received a welcome gift of two tubs of Coconut Organic ice cream (Choc Orange and Double Caramel) on Monday from Cecily Mills (MO 1996-2001). Delicious! Cecily founded the vegan ice cream brand four years ago and it has been a busy few months for her and her small team of four, including […]
This Sunday 4th August, Mike Bush (TU 1993-98) is entering the RideLondon-Surrey100 2019 to raise money for Bliss, a charity that helps ensure that babies born premature or sick in the UK have the best chance of survival and quality of life. Bliss does this by supporting parents to care for their babies, campaigning for […]
This summer, Francesca Mortell (LI 2010-12) and Georgie Frew (MM 2005-10), OMs whose time at the College did not coincide but they then met during their medical foundation training in Brighton in 2017, are cycling 2300 miles from Brighton to Greece to raise money for Mind & Medicin Sans Frontiers (MSF). Their fundraising page can […]
Thomas Houston (LI 1943-47) recently celebrated his 90th birthday. He has five children, a step-daughter, 10 grandchildren, and they were almost all there along with several old family friends and wider clan members to celebrate with him. Many happy returns from the Marlburian Club!
Over 40 OMs gathered at the home of Mark Pinney (C3 1963-72) and his wife Laura for the annual OM gathering in New York. It was great to see a spread of ages from Schuyler Neuhauser (B1 2011-16) to the eldest Robert Ball (C1 1954-58) – we hope Robert doesn’t mind us saying that! Guest […]