Brad Vanstone (Sc/Ab. 2004-09), Deputy Head of School and Head of Abraham House 2008-2009, recently founded a plant based cheese company based in Amsterdam. Brad uses a variety of nut and tofu bases to create similar flavours and textures to conventional dairy cheese.
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Fortnite? SIMS? Monopoly? Chess? Imagine a world in which the adults vanish - and under 18s live in 'clans' according to which games they play...
Chris Kulin, (or as some OBs may refer to him - Mr Kulin) , arrived at Brighton in 2002 into Durnford House. After graduating from the College in 2007, he soon returned in 2012 as a teacher of biology.
A familiar sight on the Thames at London Bridge, HMS Belfast is a Royal Navy light cruiser, launched in March 1938. Initially part of the British naval blockade against Nazi Germany, from November 1942 Belfast escorted Arctic convoys to the Soviet Union, and assisted in the destruction of the German warship Scharnhorst.
Jonathan Hyams (Le. 1973-78) is an Archive Photo Editor at the world renowned Getty Images, an American stock photo agency with an archive of 80 million still images and illustrations, as well as stock film footage.
Last November The Telegraph published an article, after receiving a letter from the previous College archivist, regarding the theft of the sword of General Sir Harry Prendergast VC GCB from Brighton College.
On behalf of so many Reading Spots volunteers who have dedicated their lives to the project (such as Gloria Addae, pictured on the screen when the award was given), we were absolutely delighted to receive the TES ‘International Award’ last Friday evening sponsored by the British Council.
Tony Hawks (Al. 1976-78) was born and raised in Brighton and Hove and attended Brighton College for the Sixth Form, finishing in 1978. He is a comedian and author, very well known for his book Round Ireland with a Fridge, an account of his attempt to hitchhike around Ireland with a fridge to win a bar bet, selling over 800,000 copies.