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Cadet Visit to see the Queen's Guard Mount

Category: Trips, CCF

We arrived at the Wellington barracks home to the Household Division and the ceremonial companies of the Grenadiers, Scots, Coldstream Guards where we were introduced to a few Officers, some of whom were OMs. We then walked over to Buckingham Palace through the crowds and gates to take up our front... More »

House Shout

Category: Music

After the very high overall standard of the House Harmony and an hour to eat and change, the whole school reassembled in the Mem Hall for this year’s House Shout. The evening started powerfully with a punchy performance of Preshute’s choice, Teenage Dirtbag. Next on were Barton Hill, sporting... More »

House Harmony

Category: Music

The Mem Hall was packed to capacity on Thursday afternoon for this year’s House Harmony competition. First to perform was New Court, with All Good Things Come to an End. The group produced a wonderfully ethereal sound with some interesting whistling effects which had the audience spellbound. They... More »

Dunford Lecture

Category: Speakers, Sport

This year, the Dunford Lecture, was given by Sir Steve Redgrave; five time Olympic gold medallist and Britain’s Greatest Olympian.  The talk had been much anticipated by the whole school and certainly lived up to expectations. It was not only inspiring but also hugely stimulating and... More »

Ian Wilkins: Inaugural Exhibition

Category: Art

The Artist in Residence this year, Ian Wilkins, has taken the new term and creative roll at Marlborough College all in his stride. The challenge of organising an art exhibition here would definitely get to some, but when we meet Ian in the transformed Mount House Gallery, he emits an aura that is... More »

Stanley William Hayter Exhibition

Category: Art

'Stanley William Hayter (1901-88) was perhaps the greatest and most original printmaker of the twentieth century'. This sentence, taken from the introduction to the complete catalogue of Hayter's prints, is not written lightly. Hayter trained as a chemist and his technical prowess was always... More »

John Lewis: Guest Cricket Coach

Category: Sport

John Lewis (Gloucs, Surrey, and England) was warmly welcomed to the Marlborough College Cricket Academy this weekend.  He will feature as a regular guest coach this academic year for the Marlborough College Cricket Academy workshops.  More »

Marlborough Sporting Clay Shield

Category: Sport

The Marlborough College A team, consisting of Captain Freddie Angest (LI U6), Josh Meyer (PR L6), Ned Tarlton (TU Re), Conor Evans (TU Re) and Tom Kirmond-Paine (CO Hu) retained the Marlborough Sporting Clay Shield today at Barbury, comprehensively beating 10 teams from Millfield, Wellington,... More »

U18 County Netball Tournament

Category: Sport

On Tuesday 9th October, the 1st team netball girls travelled to Dauntsey's School for the annual county netball tournament. After qualifying last year for the first time in 10 years, the girls were determined to succeed again in order to progress through to the next round. In the group stages, the... More »

Music Scholars' Recital Calne Festival

Category: Music, Events

The trilogy of Michaelmas term external recitals given by Music Scholars was completed with an outstanding performance at the Calne Festival. Savannah Brown (MO L6), Natalie Evans (LI L6), Alexander Frosell (CO U6), Henry Williams (CO U6), Oliver Mattinson (C2 Hu), Emily Venn (MM L6) and Zhivka... More »

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