Anne Macfarlane

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Graduate Careers Events

This week, in conjunction with Sherborne Old Girls, we held graduate two careers events for young OS and SOGs. Herbert Smith Free   hills LLP hosted an evening for those looking to further their interest in the Law whilst Investec did likewise for those looking to pursue a career in the City and Financial sector.

Both events […]

Reception at the Royal Ocean Racing Club

August saw a new departure for the OSS, a drinks reception at the Royal Ocean Racing Club during Cowes Week, kindly hosted by parents Lisa and Stuart Childerley.

Around 30 parents, staff and OS of all ages from this year’s leavers to the class of 1956 enjoyed drinks and canapes in the lovely setting of the […]

Hellfire Rising:The Middleton Sage Part One by Richard Brook (a 02)

The Middleton Saga: Hellfire Rising is a contemporary adventure thriller. It tells the story of ‘The Liber Veritatis’, a legendary codex made from The Tree of Knowledge containing absolute knowledge. The codex was split into seven parts by the ancient Sumerians and entrusted to a number of […]

North Sea Rising, R M Cartmel (a 69)

The year is 2039.

The setting is the British Isles – but not the British Isles as we know them today.

The brutal economic impact of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU, together with the ever-accelerating effects of global warming have led to a very different environment indeed, in […]

Thinking About Things, Mark Sainsbury, (d 61)

How is this possible? How can we think about things that do not exist, like unicorns and Pegasus? They are not there to be thought about, yet we think about them just as easily as we think about things that do exist.

Thinking About Things addresses these and related questions, taking as its framework […]

Sherborne Connect Hits 2,000 Members

We are delighted to announce that just seven months after launching the 2,000th member has signed up to Sherborne Connect, our exclusive networking platform.

Over 1,300 members have volunteered their services as mentors, so if you are at university or considering a career change, sign up today and benefit from the advice and help of fellow […]

Service of Thanksgiving for the Life of Charles Eglington (1938-2018)

        Service of Thanksgiving for the Life of Charles Eglington (1938 – 2018)

                                                              Sherborne Abbey

                                                            Monday 9 July  2018

                                                                        11.30am

A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Charles Eglington will be held in Sherborne Abbey at 11.30 am on Monday 9 July.

All are […]

Cricketer Cup Success

Congratulations to the Pilgrims Cricket XI who beat the Old Cheltonians in the first round of the Cricketer Cup on Sunday.

They now go on to play the Old Cranleighans on The Upper on Sunday 1 July, 11.30 start. All welcome, bring a picnic.

Carey, Peter Francis de Vic (b 51)

The longest serving Councillor in the history of Hounslow borough has passed away this Thursday (31 May) after a period of poor health.

Peter Carey represented the Osterley and Spring Grove ward for the Conservatives before stepping down prior to the recent election.

As a Councillor, Peter served for […]

10 Year Reunion

The Clarence in Dover Street, Mayfair was the venue for the 10 Year Reunion for the leavers of 2008. Over 60 OS and SOGs came along many of whom hadn’t seen each other since they left Sherborne.  The initial reserve was soon broken and the room was buzzing with chat and laughter.[…]