Documentary-maker, anthropologist and adventurer, Chris Terrill's (Al. 1965-70) new feature-length documentary, The Last Mountain, is being aired on BBC 2 and iPlayer on Sunday 26th September at 9 pm.
News from OBs
Will Wright (Ry. 2006-09) is a pilot, and currently studying for an MSc part-time. Here he gives an insight into the fascinating world of flying planes for a living and looks back over the highlights of his time in Ryle.
Congratulations to Peter Cockburn (Sc. 1959-64): the new President of the Royal Philatelic Society, London.
Winston Willans MBE (Ch. 1954-59) is a British Argentinian and came to Brighton from Uruguay in 1954. He worked for the Wellcome Foundation for 20 years all over South America and is now retired, back in Uruguay with his family.
If you caught any of the 'Hundred' on television recently you may have spotted, Anna (Ne. 2011-16)! A trainee doctor and cricketer, Anna was selected to umpire this exciting new competition during the summer. She tells us about working during the pandemic and how her matron would be impressed with her tidy bedroom!
On Friday 23rd July, England Touch - “ETA” - hosted a workshop at Cornish Pirates on coaching touch rugby to school children.
Harry Grocott (Le. 1997-2012) launched Treeconomy after a successful career in Wealth Management allowed him to combine his knowledge of the financial world with his passion for the planet.
He tells us about how it all started, and where it will go.
This month we spoke to Nicholas Brice (Ch./Le. 1972-76) about his time at Brighton and what a huge influence his childhood had on his choices later down the line. He speaks really openly about his time at the College and this is a wonderful read.