Club Day 2014 saw several hundred OMs return for the pre-1967 Club Day Reunion.
The 749 - the writings and experiences of Old Marlburians in the First World War This film, which lasts 58 minutes, has been made as part of the College's First World War Centenary Commemoration, and tells the stories of some nine members of the Marlburian community one hundred years ago.
It is based very much on their writings and on their experiences told through their own words, or through the words of those who have known them either personally or by studying them.
The idea is to harness the large amount of waste heat produced by car engines to cook delicious meals.
Head of House and Captain of Hockey during his years at the College, Cary is now in his fourth year at Edinburgh – where he came up with the idea.
Eliza was in touch recently to offer work experience to our current students.
Through a campaign to raise both awareness and money, Charis Lawry-Wright (MO 2003-08) raised £2,950 for the award winning Bristol Charity One25. Olivia Ford (NC 2000-05) is exhibiting at Dock Street Gallery until 12th December.
Imaginative and original works of art, created by many successful OM artists and present Marlborough College students, are being sold via the innovative online auction house Paddle8, to raise funds for an invaluable bursary programme.
Marlborough College and The Young Marlburian Foundation (YMF) have partnered with Paddle8, to auction donated paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and printmaking.
The wall in North Block has more than 60 names dating back to the early 1900s and includes Allen Wedgwood and Ralph Kite MC.
The names were copied down from the wall and researched by the students.
Lunch was followed by a talk by David Walsh (C1 1960–65), co-author of Public Schools and the Great War, in the Memorial Hall.