Alastair Stone

Alastair Stone (Temple 59)

Alastair and Helga continued their busy life in their community in southern Arizona, but enjoyed four weeks in June in an AirBnB in Paris, in the Mara...
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David Ridley (Cobham 59)

David writes, “Lida and I had about 60 to our annual drinks party at the Rembrandt in London. The Old Stoics who were able to attend were fewer this t...
Robin Hunter-Coddington

Robin Hunter-Coddington (Chandos 58)

Robin writes, “I have relinquished my Presidential duties at the Serpentine after three years and this is what they gave me. Note the pink Crocs!”...
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Rodney Rawlings (Grafton 57)

Rodney writes, “As a retirement activity (beats bridge and train-spotting, I imagine) I recently enrolled with one of Vancouver’s top talent, commerci...
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John Meade (Bruce 54)

John writes, “This is just to let you know that I am still around, at now 83, and have a celebration coming up (I hope) next year, 2020, to which any ...
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Michael Ferrier (Temple 54)

In 1953, Mike made a 10-minute film entitled Quo Vadis Magister with Peter Fenwick (Cobham 54). It was a parody of Orwell’s Animal Farm, where the boy...
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Richard Meredith (Grenville 53)

Richard writes, “My daughter-in-law, the poet Fiona Benson, has been awarded the 2019 prestigious Forward Poetry Prize in the ‘Best Collection’ catego...
George Kent

George Kent (Cobham 52)

20 years of Christian Service. In 1979, George received an award for outstanding contribution to the International Year of the Child. Supported always...
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Jeremy Burnham (Temple 50)

Jeremy writes, “In the seventies, I co-wrote a television series called Children of the Stones, which turned out to be a huge hit all over the world. ...
Christopher Marler

Mr Christopher Marler (Grafton 50)

22 February 1932 – 6 July 2019 Christopher Marler was a remarkable Englishman, with a wide variety of interests and a life-long passion for breeding ...