Richard Shirley Smith Exhibition

Mount House Gallery, Friday 13th September 6.30 to 8.30pm “A Retrospective of Paintings, Drawings and Engravings by Richard Shirley Smith” will be our first exhibition in the new school year. It promises to be a not to be missed show. Richard Shirley Smith (CR 1966-70) was Head of Art at the College between 1966 and […]

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Hattie Briggs interview

As we reported last week, Hattie Briggs (MM 2006-11) and her band, the Hattie Briggs Trio, were interviewed by Richard Madeley on the Michael Ball show on Radio 2 this Sunday. You can hear the interview on the BBC Sounds site here.

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OM Cycling Summer Sportive

We are planning a ride in the fabulous Cotswolds on Saturday 27th July and would like to invite you to join us. On the very reasonable assumption that it will be beautiful weather, there really is no finer place to ride a bike. This is the plan; Friday 26th July – Option to arrive in […]

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Join us for England v Australia at Marlborough

Marlborough College is delighted to be hosting a three-day women’s cricket match between England Academy and Australia from Thursday 11th July to Saturday 13th July. The game will be played on the XI and Old Marlburians are very much welcome to join the occasion. There is no entry charge so come along and show your […]

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OMs From 25, 30 and 50 Years Ago Reunite

We’ve had a series of fabulous reunions recently. The 25th and 50 year reunions were held at the College with a chance to tour houses, meet beaks and enjoy a meal and drinks. The 30th was held at the bbar in London. Full reviews will follow but in the meantime you can see photos from […]

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Hattie Briggs to be interviewed on Radio 2

Hattie Briggs (MM 2006-11) and her band will be performing live on Radio 2 this weekend, Sunday June 30th. They will be interviewed by Richard Madeley as part of the Michael Ball show. They will play their first song at around 11:50am and second song around 12:10 They will also be playing at a series […]

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Lewis Borg-Cardona radio award finals

Lewis Borg-Cardona’s (BH 1973-77) debut podcast series “Unwrapping ‘A Christmas Gift For You’ – The Story Of The Phil Spector Christmas Album” has just been announced as a finalist in this year’s New York Festivals Radio Awards. The podcast was conceived by Steve Levine and Richard Allinson and written and produced by Lewis. Featured guests […]

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Dennis Silk C.B.E. (CR 1955-68)

It was with great sadness that we received the news of the death of Dennis Silk C.B.E. (CR 1955-68). In the 2017 edition of the Marlburian Club Magazine David Walsh (C1 1960-65) wrote: ‘At Marlborough Dennis Silk enriched the lives of many generations of school boys as teacher, housemaster, games coach and mentor giving them […]

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Etchings by Christopher Hughes

There are two etchings of C House and A House with Chapel on display on the Art School walls that are dignified, low-key, technically accomplished and compellingly beautiful the more one takes the time to view both. Their author is Christopher Wyndham Hughes (CR 1920-46) who taught and lead art at Marlborough when the department […]

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Obituary: Paul Killick (B2 1978-82)

Paul Richard Killick (B2 1978-82), 18 August 1964 – 11 October 2018. Paul was born and bred in Hertfordshire apart from spending most of his first four years in Nigeria, before going to Marlborough (B2) from 1978 to 1982. He soon showed a lively mind and sense of humour, sometimes subversive, a capacity for friendship […]

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Welchman Prize Revealed

The final of the second Annual Welchman Prize has been won by James Ruddell (C3 L6). The competition is entered by all pupils studying Further Mathematics A level in the Lower Sixth and each has to submit an extended article and give a presentation on its contents. Gordon Welchman (C3 1920-25), for whom the prize […]

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Kenya call for the Coulsons

FORMER XV regulars Cameron (C1 2010-15) and Dominic Coulson (C1 2013-18) will start for Kenya in this weekend’s Elgon Cup match against Uganda. Dominic recently featured for Chipu (U20) against Tunisia in the Barthes Cup and after impressing, has been given a chance to shine at fly-half for the senior side. Cameron will start in […]

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5-Star Ministry of Education Award

Marlborough College Malaysia has been formally recognised by the Ministry of Education (MoE) as one of Malaysia’s leading international schools with its 5-Star Award, the highest possible rating. Marlborough College Malaysia was visited by a team of MoE inspectors in October and every aspect of College operation was scrutinised, including its aims and ethos, policies, […]

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Kat Mackaness and Martha Doyne

In August, Kat Mackaness (MM 2013-18) and Martha Doyne (MO 2013-18) are planning to swim the River Eden in Cumbria. It is a 90-mile long river and they are hoping to complete the swim in 10 days swimming 9 miles a day. Martha wrote in saying, “Tragically in November Kat’s dad Jamie passed away during […]

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Will Stokes (B1 2003-08)

Will Stokes (B1 2003-08) and his band Wovoka Gentle are doing a short set at Sound Knowledge, Hughenden Yard, Marlborough on Wednesday 19th June from 18.30. You can read more about the band here and find out about the event on the Sound Knowledge Facebook page.

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Welcome to the Club!

Welcome to the new Marlburian Club website. We hope you like the new look of the Club site which reflects what a thriving, engaging community The Marlburian Club is to be a part of. Daily news stories, charting the travels and triumphs of OMs around the world, are at the heart of this website, so […]

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Matthew Miller (CO 1982-27) in “Run to Pegasus Bridge”

Matthew Miller (CO 1982-27) recently took part in “Run to Pegasus Bridge” in aid of VeteransUK. He ran a total of 75 miles, starting on the evening of Tuesday 4th of June from Tarrant Rushton. The first leg was 62 miles to Portsmouth. He then caught the ferry and in France ran the rest of […]

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Newton-Dunn’s Help for Heroes Cycle

This week Tom Newton Dunn (C2 1986-91) is cycling from Normandy to Paris to raise money for Help For Heroes. His journey started yesterday and finishes on Friday. You can find out more about the ride and donate here.

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Jian Sern Loo (B1 1997-98) Reminisces

It was lovely to welcome back Jian Sern Loo (B1 1997-98) who had come all the way over from Malaysia with his family to revisit to the College. We were able to visit his old house, B1, as well as his old chemistry class room which he said hadn’t changed a bit! We do enjoy […]

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