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28 January 2006

After Cambridge I went into teaching and worked at a number of Prep Schools including the Dragon, where I met my wife Sarah. We have a nine year old daughter, Molly, and are now running a boarding house at Summer Fields in Oxford.

05 January 2006

My daughter Lillie-Louise was christened at Brighton College on the 11th December 2005, after which we all had a few drinks in Cafe de Paris.

22 November 2005

Chris Terrill (A. 1965-70), has a new series on BBC 1 for 5 weeks from 22nd November 2005.

21 October 2005

Emily Nelson (W. 1997-02) has won Friday's (21st October 2005) heat of ITV's "A Brush With Fame".

19 June 2005

Andy Bacon (C. 1978-83) and his brother Richard have been awarded the coveted "Hamleys Best Toy of The Year Award 2005", for their toy "creAtiles", by a panel of judges headed by Jonathan Ross.

19 June 2005

The Sunset Strippers are none other than Brighton studio bods Harry Diamond (L. 1996-99), Sergei Hall, Kieron McTeman, who have already notched up a Top 25 hit with their remix of 'Cry Little Sister; the theme tune to the Lost Boys film. They have also remixed Planet Funk's forthcoming hit 'The Switch; which features in the latest Mitsubishi television adverts.

05 June 2005

It had been some considerable time since the College had heard from one of her most famous sons, former Grand Prix racer Jonathan Palmer (A. 1969-74). In fact, to my recollection the last visit he paid to the school was when I had invited him to talk to the school’s Auto Club back in 1982! We were therefore particularly delighted when Jonathan contacted our President to invite the Association to enjoy a day’s hospitality at Brands Hatch. We were offered a large suite high above the main startline straight offering a magnificent view of every corner of the circuit.

07 November 2004

Brighton College has benefited in many ways from the leadership and vision of Anthony Seldon. One of the most remarkable innovations he has brought to pupils, parents and OBs alike are his now legendary visits to the Great War battlefields.

13 May 2004

In his inimitable style Peter Gough entertained with his entire family over a hundred Friends to a memorable lunch party at Pelham House, Lewes, on Sunday, 28th. March, 2004 to celebrate his 90th. birthday.

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