Ronald Levy (Br. 1949-57) was the oldest of the three Levy brothers to attend Brighton College – with Edward (Br. 1956-62) and Gerald (Br. 1959-64) following in his footsteps through the school.
News from OBs
Keith (Br. 1950-55), who came to the College in 1950 and left as Head of House, has dedicated his life to delivering life-changing eye surgery to patients in Africa.
Laura Marsh (Fe. 2000-05) has launched Laura Marsh Cricket Coaching: an online coaching platform for developing spin bowlers.
Macy Young (Se. 2005-18) has attained one of the very few sought after places at an incredibly competitive top drama school to study a BA Hons in Acting.
Fleur (Wi. 1999-2004) is Communications Director for In Defense of Animals and lives in San Francisco. She's a passionate animal rights campaigner and has travelled all over the world fighting for animals lives. She spoke to us about how she knew from an early age that she needed to work to protect animals and that she'd actually be quite happy on a desert island.
William Bicknell-Found (Ha. 2010-15) and his comedy troupe are performing at this year's Brighton Fringe Festival.
Congratulations to Fred (Ha. 2011-16) and his team at ITV, who have won The Drum award for Podcast of The Year.
Kate Bull is training for the Hackney Half Marathon to raise money for a trigeminal neuralgia awareness charity.