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Invite: 1843 Society Reception

You are invited to find out about the 1843 Society and how you can become a Member. Louise Moelwyn-Hughes, the Master of Marlborough College, will host a reception on Wednesday 27th November 2019 between 3.00pm and 6.00pm at Rathbones, 8 Finsbury Circus, Finsbury, London EC2M 7AZ. Lord Mark Malloch-Brown KCMG PC (C1 1967-71), Chairman of […]

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Bursary pupil features in the London Standard

Nadia Hassan (LI U6), has featured in the London Standard following the news that she has received an offer from Trinity College, Oxford, where she hopes to study French. While Marlborough College has helped her get to Oxford, she credits her community in Leyton for instilling in her a strong work ethic. Nadia told the […]

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Gallery: Singapore Cocktail Reception

The Master of Marlborough College, Louise Moelwyn-Hughes, attended a Cocktail Reception hosted by our Regional Club Secretary HY Lau (C2 1970-75) in Singapore on Thursday 14th March. Old Marlburians were joined by current and past parents at the event, which was held at The British High Commissioner’s Residence, Eden Hall. The British High Commissioner, Mr […]

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HK & Singapore Events in March

The Master, Louise Moelwyn-Hughes, will be attending events in Hong Kong and Singapore next month. There will be a Cocktail Reception – hosted by Hock Chua (B1 1978-82) – at The Hong Kong Club on Tuesday 12th March. The Master will also be in attendance at a Cocktail Reception, hosted by HY Lau (C2 1970-75), […]

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1843 Society Drinks

The 1843 Society held its annual Christmas drinks reception in the Mount House Gallery on Saturday 8th December. New President of the society, Rupert Mullins (CO 1967-70), welcomed guests and introduced the Master, Louise Moelwyn-Hughes, who thanked attendees for their continued support of the College. Guests then made their way to Chapel to join pupils […]

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Jack Diamond: the architect behind the transformation of The Memorial Hall

The restoration of The Memorial Hall by world-renowned Canadian architect, Jack Diamond, has recently been featured in The Financial Times. “When the school initially contacted Diamond, it was only seeking his advice. The artistic director, Philip Dukes, had not expected that a leading architect of halls worldwide would be inspired by the challenge. But Diamond was […]

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Gallery: Memorial Hall Restoration

We are extremely grateful for the 755 gifts received from OMs, parents, friends and staff that have helped us reach our fundraising target of £3.5m for the substantial refurbishment to the Memorial Hall. The completion of the work is recognition of the debt that we owe to the fallen, maintaining the memory of the 749 […]

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Jeremy Black opens the Memorial Hall Festival

The Memorial Hall Festival opened with a blessing from the school chaplain and a brief welcoming speech from the Master before the main attraction, which was a lecture by the renowned historian Jeremy Black on “Why commemorating the First World War is more important than ever”. Beginning by making reference to readings from actual diary’s […]

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Lord Malloch-Brown – 749 Society Lecture

Members of the 749 Society, and the Upper School, were treated to a fascinating inaugural Society lecture by Lord Malloch-Brown, in the Memorial Hall, on Thursday 9th March.  Lord Malloch-Brown’s talk highlighted the current complexity of world affairs and he gave an absorbing insight into his views and experience. Before the talk, the Master Jonathan Leigh […]

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Memorial Hall Showcase Concert

At the end of a long Summer Term, in the glorious summer heat, the youngest two years at the College gave a concert of an incredibly diverse and eclectic programme. Set in the newly refurbished Memorial Hall – this was a prime opportunity for a dry-run concert before the official opening in order to try […]

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