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Grant Budge (M 1984-1989) and his start-up publishing company, has a goal of providing a route for support to those suffering poor mental health – a… More...
The OW Society presents the first in our Stay Connected series, an opportunity to connect with friends old and new for social drinks and food. This year is particularly special as we celebrate our 125th anniversary, a huge milestone for the college that we intend to celebr… Read more
Talbot 91 - 96
"I'm currently living in India with my wife and daughter teaching music at Hebron School in Ooty.
A short memory from my time at Worksop would be the first world challenge trip to Ecuador in Summer 1994, and when David Evans got the First XV to sing Teddy Bears Picnic at the House Song!"
Gibbs 15 - 19
"After Graduating from St Andrews in September, I am now on the Civil Service Fast Stream and I currently work in the Department for International Trade.
My favourite memories of Worksop would definitely be my final year spent preparing for the trip to Greenland!"