Old Belhavian News

George Innes-Ker (reading History) and Caspar and Freddie Rogers (both reading Arabic) are at Edinburgh University and will be sharing a flat in the autumn

Hugo Palmer is a successful trainer in Newmarket. 2015 was his ‘breakthrough’ year when he topped £1million in prize money and had his first Classic winner, Covert Love, in the Irish Oaks.  Amongst his winners in 2016 is Galileo Gold in the 2000 Guineas.

Archie Kelly graduated with a First from Edinburgh Universtiy, with a disctinction in Spoken Russian.

Hugh Carnegie has graduated from Edinburgh, completing a family hat-trick of firsts.

Alethea Osborne has obtained a M.Phil. from St. Antony’s, Oxford, spoken on television about delivering help to refugees in Calais, and is now planning to do three months of aid work in Zambia.

Fettes: Angus Harley captained the 1st XV which also featured Tom Wright; William Dirkin captained the 3rd XV and won the Donald McNab Quaich for all-round contribution to sport; Mungo Harley captained the Senior Colts A XV and ’smashed boundaries with abandon’ for the 2nd XI; Hector Bailey made invaluable runs for the 3rd XI; Archie Seymour played hockey for the Colts C XI; Cleodie Kilgour and Mia Harvey played for the U15A XI.

No fewer than four of the eight boy leavers in July 2008 are now at Bristol University: James Cochrane, Jamie Kelly, Mungo Kilgour and Rafe Seymour.

David Dalrymple is at Trinity, Dublin.

Hewie Dalrymple has been a ski instructor in Japan and is now working for Mark Warner.

Sophie Agnew works for the Duchess of Cambridge and has been the tour manager for her and Prince William’s visit to India and Bhutan.

Alethea Osborne has appeared on the BBC Politics show in connection with her work in organising and bringing aid from Oxford students to migrants in the ‘jungle’ at Calais.

Julia Tyndall has been made head girl of Queen Margaret’s York.

Skye Brooke has won The National Boarding Bake-Off. There’s a full (and impressive) write-up here.

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