Tabitha Worsley (Fe. 2008-13) and her family's horse, Sub Lieutenant, were one of just three all-English combinations to pass the winning post in 2021's Grand National, finishing in 15th place.
News from OBs
Nomadland, and its director, Chloé Zhao (Fe. 1998-2000), were the big winners at the 2021 BAFTA awards on Sunday 11th April.
Sea swimming has long been an activity for many a Brightonian, and Dr Mark Harper (Ha. 1980-85) was Chief Inspector of a research project investigating the mental health benefits of cold water swimming.
Bridget MacDonald (Fe. 1981-83) has been appointed President to the Clinical Neuroscience Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Mahmood Karimjee (Ch. 1968-73) died in 2019. He and Bill Kerr (Ch. 1971-73) were great friends, and Bill has contributed this piece to his memory.
To celebrate Mother's Day, we spoke to a mother and daughter who are both Old Brightonians. Shirley (Fe. 1976-78) and Emma (Wi. 2009-17) compared notes on their lives at Brighton College and told us how they celebrated Mother's Day during the lockdown.
Congratulations to Andrew Cayley CMG QC FRSA (Br. 1977-82) on being appointed Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI).
A Brighton College pupil since nursery, this month's OB of the Month is Amy, who since leaving the school has pursued a career in academia and has just completed her MPhil at the University of Cambridge, whilst also setting up a new business.
Amy tells us about the challenges - and joys - she has experienced during the pandemic and about her newly found love of the ukelele.