Donors' Report 2019
A message from the Master
A message from the Master
I am delighted, as the 400th anniversary year concludes, to take this opportunity to recognise and celebrate the role that philanthropy has played. In the academic year 2018-19, to which this report relates, the College received gifts at all levels of over £1.68 million. In fact, thanks to the extraordinary generosity of our benefactors, in the calendar year 2019 we have received gifts and pledges of over £2 million. The majority of this has been directed to providing financial support through bursaries to pupils for whom a Dulwich education will be a transformative opportunity. This, it seems to me, is the most fitting of tributes to the manner of our founding; through an act of philanthropy by our founder, Edward Alleyn. There have been so many ways in which our benefactors have supported us this year. Donors have been outstandingly generous, through our 2019 Bursary Appeal, but one notable feature of this year has been the way in which parents, Old Alleynians, staff, pupils and friends of the school have sought to get involved in other ways. Whether it be by taking part in the Winter Run, joining us at the Black and Blue Ball, or attending one of our many events this year, the story of 2019 has been one of an entire community coming together to celebrate and to make a contribution that will have a longer-lasting impact. It is in the nature of significant historical milestones that we reflect on our past, but the greater opportunity for the Governors and me has been to cast our minds forward to what the school might be like in its 500th anniversary. We believe that Dulwich is at its strongest when we are a diverse community of talent from all backgrounds and our vision is to be able to provide financial support to 50% of our pupils. The generosity of the community toward that vision this year has been wonderful, and gives us renewed optimism about the journey ahead.
Fundraising success and finances
Sixth Form leavers’ destinations
In their own words
Serving the wider community
600km in 6 days
Life at the College: a snapshot
On behalf of the Governors, staff and pupils of Dulwich College, thank you for your contribution. We are deeply grateful for your support.
Dr Joe Spence The Master
Fundraising success and finances 2018-19
million of philanthropic income. Which was used for bursaries, capital development, and * other College priorities *general donations which the College will allocate to its most pressing priorities, including: specific projects, unrestricted income, prizes and awards.
Each year all of the College’s funds are committed to delivering its principal aims. The generous support of the whole Dulwich College community makes an essential contribution to this work year after year. During the period of 1 August 2018 to 31 July 2019, we received donations totalling more than £1.68 million. Over 1,390 donors, made up of OAs, parents, pupils and friends of the College, who are based in 21 countries across the world, helped us to reach this substantial sum. In addition to this figure, numerous individuals have made pledges that will be fulfilled over a number of years. To be able to mark our 400th anniversary with the participation of so many and with this level of donations is an achievement the whole Dulwich community can be proud of. In a year that was focused on our priority to increase our bursary offering to 50% of pupils in the senior school, the support we have received has been overwhelming. More than £1.3 million was raised specifically for bursaries through donations and the many fundraising activities which have taken place throughout the year. The 2019 Society closed successfully in early 2019 having reached its full complement of 2,019 members. Thanks to the incredible support from all the members, we were able to raise more than £6 million for The Laboratory, with some donors also supporting our social mission to increase fee assisted places at the College.
Donations received 1 August 2018 - 31 July 2019
Capital development £141,786
*Other College priorities £142,547
The Alleyn Club very generously pledged to match all gifts made by OAs to bursaries up to a total of £100,000. We are very grateful for this extraordinary support, which has been a fantastic incentive to our OA philanthropists. We are delighted to announce that we completed the pledge; in fact, OAs contributed more than double this figure! We are now committed to finding the next benefactor who can offer matched funding and create a magnet for donations to the College.
The summarised information below is taken from the financial statements for the year ended 31 July 2019. All the College’s funds are committed to the pursuit of its charitable objectives. A copy of the full audited accounts can be found published online at www.dulwich.org.uk/college/about/ annual-report-and-accounts
*figures rounded up for illustrative purposes.
EXPENDITURE £51.2M * Staff costs £27.4m 53% Other operating costs £7.5m 15% Trading/Finance £5.5m 11% Bursaries/Scholarships £4.6m 9% Depreciation £4.7m 9% Surplus £1.5m 3%
INCOME £51.2M * Fees and extras £39.3m 77% Trading £6.7m 13% Dulwich Estate £2.5m 5% Investments £1m 2% Fundraising £1.7m 3%
What is the bottom line? We need your support. Whilst financially strong, the College operates on relatively small margins. It is therefore very important that fundraising continues to be successful if the College’s ambitions are to be achieved. Philanthropy makes a vital contribution and we are very grateful to our supporters at all levels.
212% increase in means-tested bursary support since 2012 to over £3.5 million
Bursaries today Dulwich College currently provides financial support in the form of scholarships or means-tested bursaries to 32% of boys in the senior school. We work with local primary schools to promote our bursary programme, encouraging local boys to apply for support, which helps us to maintain our diversity and to support social mobility. Bursaries are funded through a combination of the generosity of benefactors to the College’s Bursary Appeal Fund and our own financial resources, including income distributions from the Dulwich Estate and income generated through our educational partnership with Dulwich College International. In 2018-19, the College spent over £3.5 million on bursary support, providing financial assistance to 191 boys. The majority of these benefited from fee remission of more than 75%. As we look ahead to the future of the College and what this might mean for the sustainability of bursaries, we turn to the whole school community to help us build our Bursary Appeal Fund, the income from which will fund these places in perpetuity.
Dulwich College is proud to celebrate a long history of providing an outstanding education to bright boys from all social and ethnic backgrounds. In 1619, our founder Edward Alleyn had the philanthropic foresight to recognise that education should be for all, regardless of financial circumstance, through his establishment of the College of God’s Gift to provide ‘good learning’ to ‘twelve poor scholars’. This social mission remains at the heart of the College today and our ambition is to provide fee assistance to 50% of our pupils whose families are unable to meet the cost of fees. Many Old Alleynians will remember – and have been beneficiaries of –the ‘Dulwich Experiment’, which began in the 1940s by the then Master of the College, Christopher Gilkes. Under this scheme the fees of boys who passed the entrance examinations were paid for by local authorities. During the 1950s and 1960s as many as 85% of pupils at the College were recipients of such support. Local authority funding was replaced by the central government’s Assisted Places Scheme in 1980, which continued until 1997. Since 1997, the College has relied on philanthropic support and its own financial resources to fund bursary places. Our Bursary Appeal Fund, consisting mainly of a ring-fenced endowment, today stands at £15.5 million (including some non-endowment donations). Over £7 million of this has been added since 2014 thanks to the incredible generosity of our benefactors. The Bursary Appeal Fund is currently able to support approximately 14% of the bursaries we offer. All bursaries are means-tested and reviewed annually, ranging from 10% to 100% of fee support.
To learn more about bursaries , please visit the College website dulwich.org.uk/support-us/bursaries
2018-19 Sixth Form leavers’ destinations
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS SCIENCES LANGUAGES ART AND DESIGN
Last year, 237 pupils went on to make their way in the world. Of these, 30 benefited from a means-tested bursary place at the College.
GEOGRAPHY COMPUTING LAW MATHEMATICS MEDICINE HISTORY BUSINESS AND FINANCE MUSIC
DEGREE SUBJECTS STUDIED (UK ONLY) Total number of pupils Bursary pupils
CLASSICS POLITICS SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY
UNIVERSITY DESTINATIONS OF BURSARY RECIPIENTS (UK ONLY)
Imperial KCL LSE Queen Mary University of London UCL
In their own words
"Getting a bursary to attend Dulwich College was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for which I will always be grateful. Before joining the College I was slightly worried about potential difficulties integrating myself amongst the other boys as I was from a different economic and cultural background to many. However, these fears were quickly alleviated due to the welcoming attitude from both students and staff and the vast range of clubs and societies on offer. From the offset, we were encouraged and given the opportunity to engage with as much of College life as possible. The lessons at the College were both challenging and fun; it is a relaxed environment in which students are pushed hard to achieve their potential but also a place in which one can actually enjoy learning. These opportunities, including others such as performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and travelling abroad on school trips, allowed me to build a healthy engagement with people from all different backgrounds and views. Without a bursary, I can say with absolute certainty that I would not have been able to achieve what I have or get to where I am today. The education I received at Dulwich College gave me the confidence and ability to perform well in both my GCSEs and A-Levels, and from which I am now currently living abroad during my 3rd year of studying Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Durham.”
"Being at Dulwich College on a bursary really pushed me to be my best self. One of the best things about the College is the vast array of societies one can join. I feel like this is unique and allows one to really explore passions and try something new. I believe that attending Dulwich College gave me great communication skills and helped me develop a lot of confidence within myself. These skills have helped me greatly at university and in my career. I am currently in my final year studying Economics at Cambridge and will be joining Nomura as an investment banker once I finish. Without Dulwich, I wouldn’t have attended the talks that made me so interested in finance. I think it’s very important for schools to provide bursary support because household income shouldn’t be a determinant for success in life. It provides fairer opportunities for everyone and will hopefully reduce inequality. Dulwich College provided many role models for me; in particular one of my Maths teachers. With their support, I became much more motivated and challenged myself both academically and physically. I also created many great memories at Dulwich. My proudest achievement is that I managed to get into my first choice university and have done well academically while here. I left Dulwich in 2017 but frequently visit to give talks to students to help them achieve their potential. My message to current Dulwich pupils would be to never be ashamed of who you are and try to worry less about what others think of you. You will become happier and will try more things because of it."
Nathan Emoike OA 2010-17
Selvin Selbaraju OA 2010-17
Serving the wider community
Dulwich College’s founding charitable mission is embedded in our long and successful commitment to philanthropy, service and partnerships. An ethos of social responsibility lies at the heart of the College. We believe that mutual benefit comes from engaging in partnerships. Across the College, pupils and staff voluntarily contribute their time and expertise to a portfolio of community activities.
Public Lectures (GE Moore Lecture Series) A series of 15 lectures running from 2014-19 to mark the 400th anniversary. Open to the school and wider community, each lecture reflected an aspect of the College’s life and history.
Community Action 234 pupils from Year 10 to 13 volunteer weekly/fortnightly on 17 different projects, supported by 20 staff. Volunteering and fundraising activities include: foodbanks, reading mentors in schools, gardening in the community, support for the elderly and much more. Bursaries The College spent over £3.5 million towards bursaries in 2018- 19, supporting 191 pupils on a means-tested bursary. The average support that they have received is 76% of the school fee. The majority of pupils in receipt of fee support are from areas local to the College.
Educational Partnerships The College has a range of important partnerships which support raising aspirations across both the independent and maintained sectors. We have many examples of working with local schools for the benefit of individual students or for entire academic fields.
Saturday Schools Dulwich College are committed to expanding aspirations through running Saturday schools at the College in Science and Art. In partnership with the Southwark Community Education charity, we host the Science Scheme, supporting and mentoring 60 Year 6 pupils from state primary schools. In partnership with The Creative Dimension Trust we offer Southwark primary school pupils aged 9-12 the opportunity to participate in a variety of art workshops.
Southwark Schools Learning Partnership With the Master as its Co-Director, Dulwich College plays a leading role in this long-standing collaboration between local schools to promote projects for students and joint career professional development for teaching staff. Charities Each year, the pupils’ fundraising efforts raise over £30,000 for good causes on a local, national and international level. A recent trip saw 14 pupils visit a school we support in Kampala through AFFCAD, working with local builders to improve the school and teaching Maths, English and Sport.
25th Camberwell Scouts and Dulwich Explorers We provide facilities and staff for weekly meets for a mix of boys and girls from the local community in Cubs, Scouts and Explorers. Our staff volunteer as leaders and the school minibuses are available for trips. About a third of participants are non-College students. Dulwich College International A community of 10 international schools, with over 9,000 students, taking the Dulwich name, ethos and best practice out into the wider world. In celebration of our international community we hosted the second international Dulwich Olympiad this year, bringing together 900 pupils from across our commonwealth of schools for a week of celebration of sport, drama, music and art.
Archives Each year, our archivists manage: visits from 30 classes from 15 Southwark primary schools to see the James Caird - Shackleton’s lifeboat, around 200 external enquiries for whom our archivists conduct research, access for around 100 external researchers and talks to local groups and schools. Material from our Archives has been loaned to the V&A and the Military museums.
The Ogden Trust Dulwich College hosted the Ogden Trust “Electricity” conference for 75 primary school teachers in 2018. Our aim is to become an Ogden Trust science hub with local state schools.
School Service Day 1,400 pupils and 200 staff helped with community-focused projects and fundraising events.
The Dulwich Estate The entirety of the annual income distribution gratefully received by Dulwich College from the Dulwich Estate helps to fund a growing number of College bursaries each year. In 2018-19 this amounted to £2.5 million.
Staff Outreach 166 staff are involved in supporting clubs and societies. Dulwich College directly trained and supported 17 newly qualified teachers in Maths, Physics and Modern Foreign Languages in 2018-19. 72 members of staff at the College have further qualifications above a Bachelor’s degree. In addition to this, staff provide support in all areas of our educational partnerships. The College plays a leading role in the new national School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT), acting as the London hub offering courses aimed at new graduates and career changers.
The Royal National Children's SpringBoard Foundation Dulwich College works with the UK's largest boarding school bursary charity to provide life-transforming opportunities for disadvantaged and vulnerable children through a boarding place at the College.
To read more about these partnerships , please visit the College website dulwich.org.uk/about/partnerships
600km in 6 days – Israel North to South
During the half term break, School Captain Gabriel took on the challenge to cycle from the North to the South of Israel with a group of individuals in support of the charity Norwood. This is his second charitable ride for the charity, the first taking place in Tanzania in 2018. He shares with us his incredible journey; the people he met along the way and the impact that Norwood can have on the lives of those they support.
“This half term I cycled the length of Israel for the charity Norwood, who provide phenomenal care to people with physical and learning difficulties (such as autism) and their families. After being given an inquisitive welcome by Israeli border control I met my group for the week, a 40 strong contingent of ill-fitting lycra wearing North-Londoners; mostly Jewish, mostly middle aged, I fit right in! We set off and over six long days we cycled across craters and along seas, whilst I was able to soak up both the spirit of Israel and the impact that the fundraising we were doing was having. Jake, 26, who is one of Norwood’s full-time residents has autism and is non-verbal. He along with his dad Wayne were embarking on their 3rd international Norwood ride. Jake rides on the back of a tandem with a selection of the strongest riders (not me) taking turns on the front, gifting him this incredible experience. The sheer joy that was visible on Jake’s face and that of his dad’s, while we swept across some of the most incredible scenery I’ve ever seen, was the most rewarding part of the trip for me, and I can say also for all the other challengers on the ride. This for me made the seemingly endless cycling worth it and talking to Wayne and learning of the round the clock work Norwood do for Jake back in London and hundreds of others only made this already incredible trip into a life changing one. I hope to go on many more Norwood rides in the future."
If this sounds like a cause you would like to learn more about or even support, please have a look Gabriel's *donation page
Gabriel Year 13
Life at the College: a snapshot The opportunities offered by a Dulwich College education can be life changing, providing an engaging and inspiring platform on which our pupils can go on to reach their full potential in the world. It is difficult to encapsulate the true breadth of academic and co-curricular endeavour of our current pupils, but we offer here a small insight into just some of the opportunities available to, and achievements of, today’s generations of Alleynians. (2018 -19) 237 650 achieved A* or A grades ENGLISH A LEVEL music lessons given each week
pupils in the Upper Sixth
1460 pupils are involved in over 300 clubs and societies throughout the whole College including: robotics, brewing, Afro-Carribean culture and magic.
in the College learn a musical instrument
of pupils board (full, weekly or flexi)
teaching hours per year (this is the equivalent of 25 x 1 hour lessons per week)
ART & DRAMA A LEVEL 100 %
of grades achieved at A level were A* or A
PUPILS STUDYING LANGUAGES Lower School: over 400 Middle School: over 950 Upper School: 120
achieved A* or A grades
29 sports played at the College 354 sports teams 965 sports fixtures
146 pupils took part in CCF
offers to Oxbridge
A legacy to Dulwich College is your opportunity to support the education of future generations of pupils at the College, helping to provide first class resources for teaching and learning, and to make a Dulwich College education available to as many bright and able boys from all backgrounds, as possible. By leaving a gift to Dulwich College, you do something amazing, allowing boys to benefit from an education that will shape their future.
The Canon Carver Society
The Canon Carver Society recognises those who have pledged a gift to the College in their will. Established in 2004, it was named in honour of Canon Alfred James Carver, Master of Dulwich College (1858-83), who set the College on a new course following the Dulwich College Act of 1857. The changes he instigated transformed the College and led to its reputation as one of the country’s leading schools. The Society today has over 125 members and is led by its President, Sir Peter Bazalgette OA (1962-71) whose enthusiasm and commitment have been invaluable. The College has received contributions of more than £7 million in legacy gifts since the Society was founded in 2004. Donations to the College are exempt from inheritance tax and no gift is too small. If you would like to know more about legacy giving, please contact:
Matt Jarrett +44 (0)20 8299 9285 firstname.lastname@example.org
"I urge everyone to think of leaving a gift to the College in their will to furnish those in the future with the tremendous benefits we enjoyed in the past.”
John Lovering CBE OA (1961-68) President of the Alleyn Club (2019-20) Governor of Dulwich College (2010-17)
Canon Carver, Master of the College 1858-83
Every year the College produces a Roll of Benefactors, to thank all those who have given financial support to the College. The list includes gifts received between 1 August 2018 to 31 July 2019. Every effort has been made to ensure that the Roll of Benefactors is complete and accurate. If your name has mistakenly been missed off then please accept our apologies and do inform us. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our anonymous donors and all those who have supported the College in other ways; notably through time, expertise and good will. Specifically we would like to acknowledge the Governors, members of the Development Committee, the Alleyn Club Committee, and Friends of Dulwich College.
To everyone who has given, pledged, or is planning a bequest to the College, we thank you very much indeed.
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David Hogan Geoffrey Holloway Philip Howlett Patrick Humphries Chris Ignatowicz Andrew Izod Martin Jackson
Roger Bacon Jeremy Baker
Godfrey Morris Dr Peter Mudge Bruce Noble MBE Terence North John Norton
Roger Croucher James Cullingham Anthony Daltry
Sir Peter Bazalgette Timothy Birse Stephen Bondfield Oliver Burns Prof Michael Burton Mike Camp Robin Chapman William Chappell Nicholas Cheel Christopher Cole Sean Commercial Robert Condon Dr Henry Cottell Nicholas Cremin Dr John Dean
Richard Moore FRICS Michael Mustoe Alec Noakes Keith Penfold Alan Penson Frank Penson Andrew Reid John Renel Jervis Rhodes Andrew Ritchie QC Anthony Roberts Tim Roberts-Holmes Nick Rundle Kevin Ryall Prof Seif Shaheen Prof Bruce Sizer Timothy Smith Angus Somerville Gary Sugarman Christopher Tarrant James Thornton John Tudor Dr Martin Walker Stephen Walker Graham Ward CBE Dr Rick Weber Robert West Martin Turner Michael Wade
Owen Roberts Murray Ross Jeremy Saville Robert Scott Viney Sethi Michael Simons John Smallwood Ian Smith Timothy Smith
Martyn Baker OBE Richard Barwick Philip Beaven Mark Berry
Morys Davies Colin Deverill Richard Dew Peter Dorey Sir Peter R Duffell KCB CBE J Elliott Brian Ellis MBE Christopher Field Dirk FitzHugh Michael Godfrey FRICS Donald Goodsell
Richard Norton Humphrey Nye Edward Pearce The Revd Christopher Poulard
Bernard Biggs Don Boadella Christopher Boyes Christopher Bradshaw
Robin Jewett Trevor Jones James Kendall Prof Brian Kennett The Revd Canon Nicholas Kerr Michael Kirkman Roger D V Knight OBE Will Lewis Vaughan Lilley Cdr David Lingard John Lovering CBE Peter Lyon Nigel Massey Alan May The Revd Brian McHenry CBE Sunil Mehta
David Price George Ray Rob Reith Michael Renton HH Michael Rich QC Eric Robertson Malcolm Sargent The Revd David Sharp Frederick Shelton Bruce Shilstone Robert Smith CMG Colin Spears Roger Stein Dr Theodore Stening Michael Stone
Dr Richard Soper Dr John Stephen Prof Christopher Stephens OBE Martin Stone
Michael Brett David Brooks
Dr Martyn Brown Frank Browning Michael Butcher Douglas Butterfield Robert Butterfield Hon Michael Callaghan Paul Charlton Dr David Cheesman Prof Aldwyn Cooper Len Cornish Col Robert Crawley OBE JP Jeremy Davies Mike Davies
Bernard Stoneham Peter Susman QC Dr John Sutcliff Tom Sutton
Christopher Gordon Gp Capt Paul Gray David Griffiths David Halliday Dr David Handscomb Raymond Hann
Jim Dewes Tony Edgley Nigel Edison Peter Farley
Barry Taylor Tim Thirlwall Peter Thompson Prof Andrew Tomkins OBE Dr Graham Townsend Alan Trangmar Adrian Underwood OBE Robert Upton CBE Philip Virgo
Alastair Fischbacher Dr Simon Fleminger James Gowans Commander Bob Grainger Sunil Gupta Steven Hastings Russell Heath Andrew Hill Dr Robert Hirst Nicholas Hunsworth David Ince Bob Jackman William Jutsum Peter King Jonathan Lee Peter Leggett The Revd Tony Leighton Malcolm Levinkind
Roger Hedge Bruce Hewett
Ronald Hickson Philip Holliday Michael Holmes Dr Chris Hughes Peter Johnson David Jowett Geoffrey Keeble William Leon Derek Long John Loyd
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Nicholas Tatman Michael Thorpe Dr C John Toynton Dr Peter Vernon David Walker Brig Johnny Walker OBE DL William Waring Peter Webster Roger Weston Andrew Wilson David Wilson The Revd Beresford D R Wood Derek Woolston John Yelland
Christopher Dean Simon C Downie Dr David Dunlop Simon Dyson Christopher Edwards Christopher Elston John Fordham Col Keith Galbraith Rodney Gent Ian Gilliver Derek Goodchild HHJ Andrew Goymer Laurence Green Dr Denis Gross Robin Harris Dr Stuart Herbertson Peter Herrmann David Heycock
Anthony Wallace Ivor Warburton The Very Revd Peter Webber Robert West
Peter Wibberley Vincent Williams
Ronald Blythe Denis Bodiam Richard Bolton Peter Bond Prof David Booth Donald Bower John Bridges
Andrew Whiffin Nicholas White Patrick White Dr Christopher Wilkes Brian Willis The Revd Richard Wyber Prof John Wyke
Ian Macfarlane Dr John Maile Colin Mander David Martin-Clark David Matthews Val McCarthy CBE Brig Bruce McDermott CBE John McFrederick Dr Hector McLean CBE
1980-1989 David Beck Michael Below
Dr Mark Bentley Stewart Bowling Rodney Britto Douglas Burnham
Trevor Llewelyn Stephen Locke Richard Lowy Keith Macquarie Prof Nicholas Manton
Richard Burgess Dr James Burton Roger Carrington Roger Chadder Rodney Chambers Peter Collings Cdr Graham Creedy LVO RN
Dr Adrian Carr David Clacher Simon Clarke
1970-1979 Andrew Allen Cllr Nigel Ashton Neil Austin Stephen Barber David Barke
1960-1969 Roger Alexander Richard Alford Richard Anstey Nigel Archer
Colin Mealor Clive Mellor Colin Moore Andrew Morley
Richard Mattick Mark Menhennet Peter Miles
Dr Julius Clayton Anthony Cottage James Cunningham
Nigel Hinton Roger Hislop
Gerald Dowler JP Dr Gabriele Finaldi Richard Ford Charles Foster Adrian Fuller Andrew Guy Gavin Hall Nicholas Hallwood Russell Harper Timothy Havenhand
Colin Webb Andrew West Brian Wise David Wise 1990-1999 Ayodeji Agun Omer Ahmad Ishminder Alg
Simon Smith Ben Turnbull Beau Wilson James Young 2000-2009 Bilal Ahmad Charles Bagley James Baker Teddy Barron James Bavister Keval Chandarana Adrian Chung
Edward Berry Thomas Blowes Sean Butcher Tomas Curran-Jones
Florence Akingbade Burhan Al-Chalabi and Christine Jones Yaroslav Alekseyev and Zinaida Boykova Eric Allsop and Fiona Montgomery Jose and Mariana Alvarez Pasquale Amodio and Randa Hanna-Amodio Marco Luigi Antonioli and Ita Antonioli Andrew and Sarah Backen Graeme and Lydia Baldwin Dr Bobby Bandlish and Dr Gita Auplish Greg Barron and Sarah Murphy Mark and Audrey Barrow William Beckett and Maria Aller-Cardona Gary and Amanda Belchem Cengiz and Tomoko Belentepe Adrian and Wanda Bird Andrew Bird and Tamsin Nicholds Nicholas and Elizabeth Bliss The Bona Family Dr Julian Braybrook and Prof Helen Fielding Justin and Winnie Bridge Paul and Amanda Brilliant Andrew and Rosie Brydon Michael and Nicola Burt Peter Camilleri and Evette Phipps Bojan and Lieutenant ToDenh Car Matteo Cassina and Veronique Rolland The Ceccolini Family Dr Michael Bristow and Claudia Salazar
Kai Chung David Chan and Xiu Fang Yang Toby and Priti Chapman-Dawe
Anthony and Jill Drake-Brockman Andrew and Caroline Draycott Guy and Olivia du Parc Braham The Dudzicki Family Nick Duke and Karin Duke-Roedler Douglas and Hilary Eastman Marc and Christine El Asmar Andrew and Lindsay Elder Dr Peter Ellis and Rosemary Ellis Nicholas and Paula Fallowfield Murray Feely and Heidi McKeown Dr Michael Fenlon and Prof Yvonne Doyle Dr Ian Firla and Emanuela Bove-Firla Lisa and Campbell Fleming Jason and Elly Flemyng James Drayton and Jane Fox-Edwards Julian and Louise French David George and Zoe Layden Bunt and Dr Susan Ghosh Charles Glanville David Gleave and Luciann Flynn Cuneyt and Marina Goy Graham and Susie Green Lesley Groves Jon and Kathleen Grussing Christopher and Yvonne Gurney Dominic and Marcia Gurney-Champion Jonathan Hall and
Susan Lindsey Lawrence and Rebecca Hawkins Simon Hayes and Mia Sorgi
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Cao He and Ming Li The Hedger Family Robert Henderson and Deborah Nadel Dr Venetia Herzmark
Thomas Bartlett Kenneth Beuden Andrew Byrne Gregory Chivers Dr Simon Christofides Marc Ciancimino Benjamin Davis Joseph Doherty Clyde Fare Dr Ben Field Eric Fosdike Jonathan Fowles Matthew Ghinn Nicholas Hamilton Richard Horner Dowshan Humzah
Christopher and Caroline Holmes
James Hearn Peter Holmes Jeremy Hopkins William Jinks Dr Niloy Karia Louis Kenna Ali Kewfi Anthony King Ian Kopelowitz Dr Gregory Lawton Roy Lee Guy Lester Darius Lewington Simon Long Dr Nicholas Martin Thomas McCarthy Stewart Medhurst Jason Meers Ben Mingay Mr Ranjit Murugason Matthew Oakeley Alexander Offer Chris Papadopoulos James Penny Ashley Preston Dr Nicholas Rollitt Lt Col Philip Rosell Raoul Roy Dr Yohan Samarasinghe Navdeep Sandhu
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Timothy Duncan Stephen France Mark Godden Dr Tommy Gorgy Jack Hellewell Julian Hitch Maurice Hutchinson Simon Inzani Rizwan Kassam Navindu Katugampola Parthiv Kurup Dr Alexander Langley Jintao Liu Taran Matharu Edward McCarthy David Midgley Alexander Novelli Christopher Owen Thomas Pollock Ope Runsewe Derek So Dr Simon Sprague Alexander Teytelboym
Alleynians Jamie Anderson
Boa Huan Zheng Gareth Hudd and Sophie Daranyi-Hudd Mitchell and Helen Humphreys Brad and Sian Hurrell
Jasper Bird Will Bishop
Magnus Broadley Bruno Ceccolini Sebastian Drake- Brockman Benjamin Duggan Joshua Elder Ruairi Gavin Sebastien Grech Aidan Guppy
Giancarlo and Malin Iovino Francis Ip and Vincy Cheng James and
Charlotte Ireson Christopher and Tamsin Isaac Ian and Nikola Jack
Stephen Ireton Owen Jenkins Dr Adam Kay James King
Monish Gupta Kaya Hussein
Iain and Kathryn Jacob Ray and Natalie Jarmyn Mr Jiao and Ms Hu Richard and Rebecca Johnson Vasileios Karavas and Dinara Kenessary-Karava Andrew and Belinda Kemp Dr Mark Kinirons and Dr Elizabeth Littlewood Paul and Joanna Knowles Ashok Krishan and Dr Bhavani Krishnan Kees and Sarah Kuijlaars Dmitry Kuranov and Anna Kuranova
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Thomas King Vikram Kumar Steve Lam Lt Cdr Thomas McPhail Dr Ashraful Mirza Edward Nicholls Ghanem Nuseibeh Michael O'Donoghue
Charlie McNeil Daniel Oakeley
Samuel Omotosho Lorenzo Pacciana Shrey Rao Tom Reynolds Max Rowley Sanchez Harry Spicer Rathan Subramanian
Dr Onn Thein Dimitri Umnov Rajvinder Virdee Arthur Virgo 2010-2019 Francis Aznaran Szymon Bacher Andrew Baron
Tremayne Parvin Dr Ovidiu Precup Hugh Price Sumit Rai Michael Sakkas Amit Sharma Simon Skinner Dr Christian Smith
Emre Tezcan Archie Wright
Dr Vish Saxena Dr David Smith Hugo Stolkin Andrew Tatman Peter Vicary-Smith
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Jonathan and Jennifer Lake
Tony O'Flaherty and Jane Boorman Greg Olsen and Bridget Treacy Michele Pacciana and Paula Larsson Mallika Paulraj
Robert Baylis Sarah Betts Pauline Blackwood Janet Booker
Richard and Victoria Lampert John Lanchester
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Urzula Spencer Philip and Bernadette Stott Peter and Virginia Strafford Buntoon Sukpraprut and Paveena Vongvitavat Julian Taylor Andrew Tetlow Stephen and Caroline Thariyan Selim and Barbara Toker Dr Jeremy Tuck and Rosalind Fowler Paul and Bella Tullo Shailesh and Beverley Vara Boris Veselinovich Matthew and Gina Vincequerra Scott and Lorna Waring
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