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Contents We’re looking further

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Duncan 12

Ben 4

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Making the difference

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We’re looking further We believe that it’s people who make the difference. That’s why community is at the centre of everything we do, here, at the University of Bath.

background, have a chance to come to Bath. By making sure the best and brightest can study here, we ensure our community grows stronger still.

From the value we place on collaborative research, to the nurturing environment we create for our students, we know we’re at our best when we’re working together. And a stronger community means a stronger reputation. That’s why we’re recognised as one of the top universities in the country. As donors, you play an important part in our success. Your support means that the most talented, dedicated and ambitious students and researchers, whatever their

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Community is at the centre of everything we do at the University


If you studied at the University of Bath, it probably made a difference to your life. Perhaps it’s where you launched a successful career, or made a moment of discovery. Maybe it was where you met your partner, or developed a talent for something new that has shaped your life since then. Everyone who graduates from the University of Bath has a story to tell. You all make your mark. We would like to introduce you to six exceptional young people for whom University has made a bigger difference than most, thanks to your support.

Between them, they have competed at the highest level in their field, made potentially life-changing discoveries, and given back to others. They’ve also squeezed the absolute most out of their time at Bath along the way. Together, they represent our community of students and graduates at its best. They are just six out of the thousands of students whose lives have been changed by donations from people like you. Being at the University of Bath has encouraged them to look further. And it’s your support that has made the difference. Thank you for believing in them.

Ben, Rachel, Kieran, Becky, Duncan and Kate all received scholarships to study here.

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Ben Ben wouldn’t have gone to university without a scholarship. Now he’s working to help people with spinal injuries regain movement and sensation.

Dr Ben Metcalfe is a first class graduate, researcher, and now a University of Bath lecturer. It’s an unlikely story for someone who, when he arrived here, felt “like an imposter”.

“You have changed my life.”

“I grew up in Cornwall, in a family that had never sent anyone to university,” he explains. “When I first told my father I wanted to study at university he said it would be a waste of time and money, and that I should get a labouring job instead.” Going against his family’s advice, Ben gained a place to study Electrical Engineering at Bath. But he couldn’t have afforded to stay – let alone succeed – without a scholarship, generously donated by alumnus Roger Whorrod OBE, and his wife Sue. After graduating, Ben knew he could go further, and thanks to funding from alumnus Brian Nicholson, he did.

Ben is now beginning life as an academic at Bath, pushing the boundaries of his research and passing on what he’s learned to other bright young engineers. “I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else,” he says. “I’ve loved it so much. And I am so grateful to Brian, Sue, and Roger, as they have changed my life in a way that I never thought imaginable. One day I hope to invest in the students of the future in the same way that they have invested in me.”

Ben’s research helps people living with spinal cord injuries, the vast majority of whom have serious loss of bladder control. That’s because the billions of nerve cells that send messages to and from the brain become damaged and start to degenerate.

Ben has got to where he is today thanks to his extraordinary talent, determination, and hard work. But he wouldn’t be here at all without generous people who spotted his potential and nurtured it. He has more than repaid their faith in him.

Ben’s PhD explored ways to restore movement and sensation following this kind of nerve damage. He has invented electronic implants that synthetically replicate the messages that nerve cells normally send. The results of his work are potentially lifechanging, and could be in a clinic within the next decade.

Our University’s research is world-leading. But behind our brilliant ideas – glowing UV burns bandages, biodiesel from coffee, and water-cleaning algae, to name a few – are brilliant people like Ben. And behind people like Ben, there are people like you.

Your campaign donations have created PhD opportunities for more than 50 young researchers like Ben. 4


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Ben Metcalfe in an Electrical Engineering teaching lab, University of Bath


Rachel Sports scholar Rachel captained the first British rhythmic gymnastics team ever to compete at an Olympic Games.

“My childhood was a bit different to most people’s,” says Rachel Smith. “I started Rhythmic Gymnastics when I was six years old. By the time I was eight, I was away from home at training camps for two weeks at a time.”

“It was the best experience of my life.”

“In a way it meant coming to university was easier, because I was so used to being away from home. But socialising was harder than I had expected. Friends would ask ‘Can’t you just miss training and come for a drink?’ and I’d have to say no.” When you’re an elite athlete, balancing training and studying is tough, and Rachel has been one of our most dedicated. She trained six days a week at the University, and in 2012, captained the first British Rhythmic Gymnastics team ever to compete at an Olympic Games. It was a remarkable achievement that inspired our community, and the country. “Rhythmic gymnastics is a self-funded sport. It costs around £12,000 for one year of training. We were holding fundraisers and packing bags in Sainsbury’s for donations,” she explains.

massively with paying for my training and competition costs. Without this money I would have really struggled.” Now she works here at the University, supporting our next generation of aspiring Olympians as they balance their studies with training and competing. She also encourages athletes to access alumni-funded Elite Athlete Performance grants, which help cover the cost of travelling to competitions. “I’m really happy to be able to give something back to athletes coming through after me,” she says.

So was it worth it? “It was, without a doubt, the best experience of my life,” she says. “Nothing can top competing at the Games.”

Like Rachel, the University of Bath is a trailblazer. We set up the UK’s first sports scholarships programme back in 1976, and our reputation for academic and sporting excellence continues to grow.

Four years later, Rachel graduated with a first class Sports Performance degree. She was supported through her studies by a Santander sports scholarship. “My scholarship helped me

Our sports scholars work so hard and represent their country in the greatest competitions in the world. But they wouldn’t be able to do this without your support.

250 international standard athletes are based here at the University of Bath. 6


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Rachel Smith outside the Sports Training Village, University of Bath


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Kieran Smith and Becky Hawkes outside the Lloyds building, Bristol


Kieran and Becky Kieran Smith and Becky Hawkes are currently completing internships as part of the Lloyds Scholars programme. Support from corporate partners such as Lloyds means that those who might otherwise have struggled to come to university are flourishing here at Bath.

“A few years ago, it wouldn’t have occurred to me that I could be studying at university,” says Kieran. “I left school at 16 and spent eight years in the catering industry. I enjoyed working with people but I knew I wanted to do something meaningful. I hoped one day to become a social worker, which meant I needed to get a degree, but I had no qualifications.” A colleague recommended an Access course at Exeter College, but Kieran had not been in education for a decade. “I had no idea what it would be like,” he says. “However, the grades I got were much better than I had expected and I gained a place to study Social Work at the University of Bath.” University wasn’t a straightforward option for Becky either. “In Year 11 I wasn’t planning on going to university. I loved singing and had a school music scholarship, but I had friends who were trying to make it as musicians, and I saw how hard it was,” she says. “So, I went to college to do my A Levels and fell in love with science 10 times more than singing!” Becky decided to study Biology and, like Kieran, was daunted by what she would need to achieve to get a place at Bath. “I am the first person in my family to go to university,” she says. “I’m also dyslexic, so I’ve always felt I need to work that little bit harder. I thought it would be a far reach to get the grades, but I’m so glad I did it.” Kieran was recently diagnosed with dyslexia too, which makes their achievements even more remarkable. But being bright isn’t always enough, and that’s where having a scholarship can make all the difference.

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“The scholarship built my confidence.”

“Everything just fell into place when I found out I had been awarded a scholarship,” says Kieran. “My fortunes went from not great, to amazing, in just 12 months.” Kieran laughs as he remembers his lack of confidence during the Lloyds Scholars assessment day. “I turned up expecting that nothing would come of it, so I just made the most of the day. I ate all the free sandwiches, and enjoyed the experience of wearing a suit, because I had never had the occasion to wear one!” “I was the same,” says Becky. “When I walked into those beautiful offices in Bishopsgate, London, I actually laughed out loud! I thought, how am I here? The whole thing was a blur. I had had a part time job in a shop, but I had never had to do an interview like that.” “Being selected for the scholarship built my confidence,” says Kieran, and he hasn’t looked back since, completing two internships in Human Resources at Lloyds. “It has really stretched me. I’ve gained so many new skills, such as using Excel, planning my work, and being able to approach people and introduce myself. These are things which will be useful in every job that I will ever do.”


“Thank you for giving me a chance.”

“My internships have been brilliant too” agrees Becky. “I wanted to see both sides of the company, so I chose to work in Group Corporate Affairs, then Commercial Banking, which has really pushed me.”

chance,” says Becky. “I’m so grateful for the opportunity,” adds Kieran. “It’s something that I would never have been able to come into contact with otherwise, and it has taught me so much.”

Becky is now considering a career in finance after graduating. “I have enjoyed my internships so much that I am now thinking about applying for the Lloyds graduate scheme. I would never have considered it before. I know I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to go into this kind of career without my scholarship.”

We are grateful to receive significant and growing support from companies who give students like Kieran and Becky opportunities to develop their skills and confidence while they study.

As part of their scholarship, each Lloyds Scholar must complete volunteer work, on campus or in the local community. Kieran has worked in a needle exchange and mentored a local primary school pupil, while Becky has put on a Sunday roast for elderly residents and organised charity events for her student cheerleading society. They have also both spent time volunteering at the homeless shelter, Julian House, in Bath. Both Kieran and Becky recognise how much of an effect their scholarships have had on their lives. “I want to say thank you to the University, and to Lloyds Banking Group, for giving me a

The Lloyds Scholars programme supports 15 University of Bath students every year, across all subjects. As well as receiving financial assistance, and a mentor, scholars undertake 100 hours of volunteering per year and complete two summer internships with Lloyds.

Our Lloyds Scholars have completed more than 8,000 hours of volunteering since the programme began three years ago.

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Duncan Duncan grew up in Kenya. Receiving a scholarship to study at the University of Bath was a life-changing experience for him.

Duncan Ng’enda remembers vividly where he was when he found out he had been given a scholarship to study for a master’s degree at the University of Bath. “It’s not the kind of moment you forget,” he recalls. “It was a sunny day, a Sunday. I remember getting off the bus by the roadside to read the email on my phone. And it stopped me in my tracks.”

“It’s an amazing feeling that someone believes in you.”

“Then I archived the email because I wanted to read it later on a computer, just to be sure. I didn’t quite believe it!” “It’s an amazing feeling. It’s a real validation, that someone believes in you.” Duncan grew up in Murang’a, a small town between Nairobi and Mount Kenya, and studied Electrical Engineering at university in Kenya. He knew he wanted to go further, and winning a postgraduate scholarship to study at Bath was the opportunity of a lifetime. “In my one year here, my life changed a great deal,” he explains. “In lectures we were encouraged to ask ‘Why?’ so I learned to think for myself.” “I came out with a degree, brilliant friends, and a ridiculous number of new skills and interests. And I felt very different too. After Bath I became comfortable in my own skin.”

Duncan graduated in 2014 with a merit in his MSc programme in Innovation and Technology Management. His scholarship was generously donated by alumnus Dr Stephen Huckvale and his wife Carol, who have supported international scholars at Bath for several years. Graduating from Bath was Duncan’s springboard into a career as a technology consultant for EY in London. He hopes to work back in Kenya one day, but for now he is making the most of his time in London, which, he says, “almost feels like home now”. We are proud to be one of the UK’s most international universities. By supporting scholarships you are ensuring that the brightest students get the best chance to realise their potential here at Bath, wherever they’re from in the world.

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Duncan Ng’enda on lunch break at Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf, London


Kate Kate had the time of her life at Bath, thanks to a scholarship. She now supports others by donating to our Alumni Fund.

An Alumni Fund scholarship meant Kate Aldridge could really throw herself into life at Bath. “Having a scholarship gave me freedom to pursue the things I loved. It meant I could choose if, and when, to work during term time, prioritising my studies and getting involved in university life.”

“I want to help students make the most of their time at Bath.”

Kate certainly made the most of her four years here. She was an enthusiastic member of both the ballroom dancing club and the juggling & circus skills society. She gave back to our community as a student mentor, a STEM ambassador, an international student helper and a telethon caller for the Alumni Fund. She also achieved a first class degree in Maths and Physics, and won the 2012 Chancellor’s Prize – the most prestigious award our students can receive – in recognition of her outstanding contribution to life on campus. You name it, she did it. “I don’t think I slept for more than five or six hours a night in first year because I was so busy,” she says. “I picked things that sounded fun, where I’d learn new things and meet interesting people. For example, being an international student helper gave me the chance to meet people who I wouldn’t have normally met. I ended up with a great network of friends from across the world.” Kate now works as an analyst for hospitality giant Whitbread, and donates to the Alumni Fund herself. “The support of

alumni, who’d never met me, really meant a lot. I now want to help students make the most of their time at Bath, just like I did.” For more than a decade, our Alumni Fund has kick-started ideas, big and small. It has provided grants for research, expanded horizons through placements, and created stimulating spaces to meet new people and learn new skills. It has also helped a generation of Bath students pack in a lifetime of new experiences. And, of course, it has given support to exceptional students like Kate, when and where they need it most. Giving to the Alumni Fund means being part of something exciting. Thank you for joining thousands of others supporting hundreds of inspiring projects, and people.

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Kate Aldridge in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London


Making the difference In our golden year we are launching our new Gold Scholarships programme to help more students succeed at the University of Bath.

A scholarship is a golden opportunity. And, in less than a decade, your donations have inspired opportunities for Ben, Rachel, Kieran, Becky, Duncan, Kate and more than 1,000 others like them. The UK Government’s decision to abolish all grants means students face a greater financial burden than ever before. We want to ensure the best and brightest can continue to come to Bath, so we know we must do even more to support them. That’s why, in our 50th anniversary year, we want to give even more opportunities to students from the most disadvantaged backgrounds.

Scholarships help remove the barriers that block ambition and give students the best possible chance to thrive.

Our new Gold Scholarships programme will help remove the barriers that block ambition and give students the best possible chance to thrive. Each year, we aim to support 50 new Gold Scholars through philanthropic donations, matched by the University. Together this will provide each student with a total scholarship worth £5,000 per year. But we will do more than help financially. We will also help students make those vital connections they need to succeed beyond their degree. We will match them with alumni mentors, help them to find the best summer internships and provide opportunities for personal development. This will include gaining skills through 50 hours of volunteering each year, and acting as future mentors for incoming students.

Some of you have already chosen to contribute to our Gold Scholarships programme; thank you. These donations mean that we can already provide almost 30 Gold Scholarships. However, we now need our community to come together, to help unlock our students’ remarkable potential and ensure the brightest get the best chance to succeed here at Bath. We are grateful for every single gift and act of support. You are giving to the future of a great University, which is built on the achievements and ambitions of our students, our researchers, and you, our donors. After all, it’s people like you who make the difference.

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Looking further, thanks to you This year our University marks its golden anniversary. We have come so far in just 50 years – a testament to the strength and spirit of our community. Because at Bath it really is the people who make the difference: our students, our teachers, our researchers and, of course, our supporters. I want to thank you for the part you have played this year. A year in which our Look Further campaign passed the £50million mark, showing what our community can achieve by being ambitious and working together. And a year when we welcomed more than 150 new scholars to our community, taking the number of scholars who have been supported by your donations to more than 1,000. You should take great pride in these achievements. As donors, you have played a crucial role in ensuring the brightest minds are inspired, and the best ideas are realised, here at Bath. Of course, as we look back and celebrate the granting of our Royal Charter in 1966, we also look ahead, towards our campaign target of £66million. We hope you will continue to look further with us. Thank you.

Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell DBE DL FAcSS President and Vice-Chancellor

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Rolls of Honour Our Rolls of Honour are an indelible record of those who have made exceptional gifts to the University. Our 1966 Society recognises those who have pledged a gift in their Will. A warm welcome to our new members this year. Chancellor’s Roll of Honour Mr Michael Ashworth Dr Michael Froggatt Mr Raoul Hughes & Mrs Catherine Hughes Mr Martyn Ratcliffe & Mrs Fiona Ratcliffe Mr Brian Roper MBE * & Mrs Margaret Roper Professor Raymond F. Schinazi Mr Jim Sherwin & Mrs Hiroko Sherwin Mr Bill Whiteley & Mrs Gillian Whiteley Mr Roger Whorrod OBE & Mrs Sue Whorrod The Enid Linder Foundation The Medlock Charitable Trust Santander Universities The Wolfson Foundation

Vice-Chancellor’s Roll of Honour Mr Michael Dickson CBE & Ms Effie Galletly Mr Van DuBose & Mrs Eva Dubose Dr Stephen Huckvale & Mrs Carol Huckvale Mr Pete Keevill & Mrs Sharon Keevill Eur Ing Dr Brian Nicholson Mr Kuldip Salh Mr Bharat Shah Mr Ian Tarr The Lord Tugendhat Shane Francis Aherne Trust The Happold Trust The James Tudor Foundation

Dean’s Roll of Honour Mr Stuart Appleton Professor Sara Arber Mr Nick Berry Mr Robert Burgess Mr John Cotton Mr Bernard Dokelman Mr Robert Drew Mr David Embleton Ms Sharon Flood & Mr Jon Lee Mr Tim Ford Mr Dino Fuschillo Mr Tony Hall Dr Graham Hill & Mrs Sheila Hill Mr David Hope Mr Nick Hynes Dr Nicky Kemp

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Mr John May Mr Neil McLeish Mr Mitch Moore & Mrs Alison Moore Dr Richard Palmer Mr Laurie Powell & Mr Thomas Dinsdale Mr Richard Roberts Professor Anthony Smith Mr Nigel Smith Mr Constantine Thanassoulas The Trendell Family Mr Peter Troughton CBE Mr Stephen Vakil & Mrs Laura Vakil Mr Hubert Velge Professor Wang Wang Mr Alastair Watson & Mrs Nathalie Watson Mrs Elly Williams & Mrs Meri Williams Mr Nick Wood Mr Steve Wood Mr Peter Wyman CBE DL The Annett Trust RW Barnes Educational Fund BLDA Architects Crop-Innovations The Dowley Charitable Trust Ede & Ravenscroft Ltd Ibstock Brick Ltd The Johnsons Group Ltd Moog Inc Pfizer Rambhai & Maniben Patel Trust Rolls-Royce Group plc Schlumberger Thriplow Charitable Trust Windle Trust International

1966 Society Mr Stuart Appleton Mrs Sarah Bevan Mr Alan Bowsher Dr Jayne Carrington Dr Peter Cave Mr Dave Chapman & Mrs Elaine Chapman Professor Richard Conder Mr Michael Cornell Mr Robert Cotta Mr Gary Cottle & Mrs Jacqui Cottle

Ms Rosemary Davies Mr Steven Charles Docker Mr Bernard Dokelman Ms Sue Duncan Mr Peter Dyce Mr Jim Edwards Mr Phillips Ehizojie Mr Fernando Flores-New Mr Tim Ford Mr Tim Gates Mr Laurie Goldsmith Mr Robert Goodhand Mr Richard Hall Mr Martin Hamilton & Mrs Carol Hamilton Dr Hylton Hardisty Dr Graham Hill & Mrs Sheila Hill Vice Admiral Sir Robert Hill KBE Mrs Catherine Howlett Mr Malcolm Jenkin Mr Tony Kerpel MBE Mr John Kerry Miss Tina Kokkinos Dr Richard Mawditt OBE Ms Barbara Nunn Mr Leonard Pearcey & Mr Peter Child Mr Leslie Perrett & Mrs Mary Perrett Dr Simon Phillips Mr Laurie Powell & Mr Thomas Dinsdale Mr Adrian Rham & Mrs Joy Rham Mr Ian Salusbury Mr Hugh Schoenemann Mr Jim Sherwin Mr Paul Sladen & Mrs Gillian Sladen Mr Greg Slay Miss Valerie Smith Professor Anthony Smith Mr Nigel Smith Miss Diane Stanswood Professor Michael Swanton Mr Paul Thomas The Lord Tugendhat Mr Paul Vosper Miss Elizabeth Warren Mr Dyson Wilkes & Mrs Kay Preston-Wilkes Mr Stephen Woolven 15 anonymous donors


Leadership Giving Circles Our Leadership Giving Circles celebrate those who have donated over £1,000 (Sulis) or £5,000 (Minerva) in the last financial year.

Sulis Mr Richard Admiraal Professor Sara Arber Mrs Kathryn Arnold & Mr Simon Arnold Mr Steven Bird Mr Ian Burgess Professor Peter Clegg Mr Christopher Cradock Mr John Cullum Mr Thomas Dinsdale Mr James D’Souza Professor Kevin Edge Mr Laurie Goldsmith Dr Hylton Hardisty Mr Tim Harrabin & Mrs Nicola Harrabin Mr Mark Hawkesworth Vice Admiral Sir Robert Hill KBE Dr Chris Jones & Mrs Sally Jones Dr Nicky Kemp Professor Peter Lambert Mr Ian Lumb & Mrs Tori Lumb Mr Siôn Lutley & Ms Isobel Michael Mr Gavin Maggs Mr Neil McLeish Miss Anna McQuaid Mr Rob Middleton Mr Howard Nicholson Dr Robert Oddy Dr Gilbert Passin Mr Leonard Pearcey & Mr Peter Child Mr John Perry Mr Laurie Powell Mr Greg Slay Mr Nigel Smith Mr Michael Taylor & Mrs Dee Taylor Mr Jeremy Thring DL The Lord Tugendhat Mr Nic Van Zwanenberg Mr David Vigar Dr Joseph Wang Mr Alastair Watson & Mrs Nathalie Watson Mr David Wing Ms Kirsten Wolf Mr Nick Wood Mr Steve Wood Mr Paul Woodcock AKQA RW Barnes Educational Fund Stephen Clark 1957 Charitable Trust

Eden Ventures (UK) Ltd The Mo Farah Foundation Horizon Nuclear Power Services Ltd Ibstock Brick Ltd Intel Corporation (UK) Ltd M + W Group Oculus Building Consultancy Property Solutions UK Ltd Royal Commonwealth Society TTP Group plc UBS Investment Bank Seven anonymous donors

Minerva Mr Nick Berry Mr Andrey Berzins Mr Jon Craton Mr Clive Cutbill Mr Rashid Domingo MBE Mr Van DuBose & Mrs Eva Dubose Mr David Embleton Mr David Evans Mr Mark Farmer Ms Sharon Flood & Mr Jon Lee Mr Tim Ford His Excellency Khalil Foulathi Dr Michael Froggatt Mr Dino Fuschillo Mrs Christine Gibbons & Mr Mike Gibbons Eur Ing Gareth Hamilton-Fletcher Mr Ian Hay Davison CBE Sir Julian Horn-Smith Mr Raoul Hughes & Mrs Catherine Hughes Mr Nick Hynes Mr Stephen Kelly Mr Justin King CBE Mr Colin le Duc Professor Ruomei Li Mr Andrew McIntyre Sir David McMurtry CBE FREng Mr David Medlock DL Eur Ing Dr Brian Nicholson Mr Richard Roberts The Roper Family Mr Kuldip Salh Professor Raymond F. Schinazi Mr Bharat Shah Mr Jim Sherwin & Mrs Hiroko Sherwin Mr Nick Simpson

Mr Ian Tarr Dr Rod Timbrell-Whittle & Mrs Sue Timbrell-Whittle The Trendell Family Mr Peter Troughton CBE Ms Dorothy Walters-Godfree* Mr Roger Whorrod OBE & Mrs Sue Whorrod Mrs Elly Williams & Mrs Meri Williams Mr Sunny Wong Mr Wilson Wong The Annett Trust BLDA Architects BP plc The Brownsword Charitable Foundation ClusterVision BV Commonwealth Scholarship Commission Crop-Innovations The Dowley Charitable Trust The Dunhill Medical Trust The James Dyson Foundation Ede & Ravenscroft Ltd Ernst & Young Find a Better Way Ford Motor Company Ltd The Gerber Foundation The Hospital Saturday Fund Humanity United The Leverhulme Trust Lloyds Banking Group plc Moog Inc The F.M. Muller Will Trust The Frances & Augustus Newman Foundation Ninth Wave Ltd Rambhai & Maniben Patel Trust Rolls-Royce Group plc Rotork Plc The Royal Society RUH Bath Charitable Funds Sagentia Limited Santander Universities Schlumberger Shell International Ltd Sir Halley Stewart Trust The Thompson Educational Trust The James Tudor Foundation The Wolfson Foundation Windle Trust International One anonymous donor

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It’s thanks to you We would like to express huge gratitude to all our donors who have supported us in the last financial year. Pre 1967

Mr Wilfred Ainsworth Mr Barry Angell Mr Terry Bleakman Mr Patrick Boothroyd Mr Michael Breward Mr Andrew Burchill Dr David Bush & Mrs Maureen Bush Mr Graham Butler Mr Roger Cole Mr Richard Flatman Mr Michael Gregory Ms Nerys Griffiths Mr Kenneth Harrison Dr Martin Horton Mr Attila Koppanyi Mr Geoff Leech Mrs Frances Lester Sir David McMurtry CBE FREng Mr David Mico Dr John Murdoch Mr David Peacock Mr John Turner Dr Ray Ward Mr Matt Westley Mr Roger Whorrod OBE & Mrs Sue Whorrod Three anonymous donors

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Dr Rob Anstee Mr John Burgess Mr John Curnow Mr Keith Frost Professor Laurence Hurley & Ms Terry Evers Mrs Mary James Mr Derek Keefe Mrs Carolyn Okell-Jones Mr Peter Rosewarn Dr Michael Ross Dr Chris Warren One anonymous donor

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Dr Norman Biddington Mr Ian Biggin Mr David Fletcher Mrs Pauline Mayer Mr Melvyn Newbery Mr Brian Nichols Mr Leslie Perrett & Mrs Mary Perrett Dr Peter Quilt Mr Roger Winchester One anonymous donor

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Mr Frank Ahearn Dr Adrian Baker Mr Les Baker Mr Mike Collins Mr John Crookes* Mr Geoff Glasgow Mr Christopher Harrison Mrs Janet Jenkins Dr Keith Melford & Mrs Heather Melford Mrs Rosemary Milward Mrs Patricia Phillips Mr John Roberts Mr Mike Ross Mr Derek Sharp

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Dr Stephen Vincent-Davies Mr Richard Whitfield Three anonymous donors

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Ms June Abbott Dr Rosamund Baird Mr Richard Baker Mr Clive Barons Mr Eric Bottomley Mr Michael Boulton Mr Mike Carr Mr Roger Cooke Mr Robert Dean Mr Roy Edgar Mr Roger Elliman Mr Roger Ellmore Ms Evelyn Godley Mr Paul Green Professor Grant E Hearn Mr James Hillier Mr Lyndon Hughes Dr Stephen Moss Mr Nigel Perkins Mr Stephen Perkins Mr Martin Pobjoy Dr Steve Richards Mr Chris Salter Mr Mike Shorten Mr Ivor Spector Mr Barry Stote Mr Ray Weston Four anonymous donors

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Miss Rosemary Ackroyd Mr Paul Binding Mr John Bone & Mrs Penelope Bone Mr Michael Briggs Mr Phil Chambers Dr Godfrey Draper Dr George Dyer Professor Kevin Edge Mr John Frankel Dr David Halton Mr Brock Hoaran Mrs Thelma Hooper Mr Paul Ketchley Mr Ian Longworth Mr Alan O’Neill Ms Sarah Palmer Mr Ken Riley Mrs Iona Roberts Mr Adrian Schwalb Mr Peter Seaborne Mrs Mary Sykes Mr Bryan Thomas Mr Eric Wallace Mr Peter Williams Seven anonymous donors

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Mr Jim Aldis Mrs Ann Boutall Mr Dave Chapman & Mrs Elaine Chapman Mrs Norma Cox & Mr Christopher Cox Mr Roger Earl Mr Andrew Fraser Mr Robert Goodhand Dr Stephen Huckvale & Mrs Carol Huckvale

Mr Kewal Kathuria & Miss Hasumati Parekh Mrs Lyn Kirkbright Mr John Palmer Mr Christopher Rose Professor Raymond F. Schinazi Mr Richard Schooley Mr Paul Thomas Mrs Emma Wagner Mr Stuart Warburton Mr Steve Wood Six anonymous donors

1973

Mr Roger Baker & Mrs Jackie Baker Dr Derek Bissell Mr Nick Buckland OBE Mr Angus Cameron Mr Robert Cather Dr Peter Channon Mr Timothy Corbishley Mr James D’Souza Mr Keith Ebbels Mr Bob Fisher Eur Ing Gareth Hamilton-Fletcher Mr Nigel James Ms Hilary Joyce Mr Chang Kim Mrs Vivienne Kriefman & Mr Brian Kriefman Mr Les Mackenzie Mr Jim Mercy Dr David Merrifield Dr Jane Morgan Mrs Sue Noyce Mr Robert Pardy Mr Ramesh Patel Mr John Perry Miss Alison Reed Mr Tony Stark Mr John Tucker Dr Stephen Tullett Dr Barrie Wells Mrs Veronica Williams & Mr Steve Williams Three anonymous donors

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Mr Randolph Andersen Mr Terence Armstrong Dr Cathy Bass Mr Peter Boorman Mr David Boyes Mr David Brazzington Mr Stephen Brown Dr Paul Chard-Tuckey Mr Howard Chetwin Dr Sally Clode Mrs Vivienne Farrell Mr Geoffrey Gill & Mrs Karen Gill Mr Laurie Goldsmith Mr Christopher Hacking Mr Antony Haile Ms Elizabeth Hollis Mr Olaf Kolassa Dr Michael Martin Mrs Ruth Mitchell Mr Harish Narotham Dr Chris Noble Mr John Norman Mr Christopher Oziem

Mr Rodney Priest Dr Keith Randle Mr Andrew Rollett Mrs Jill Scragg & Mr Raymond Scragg Mr Paul Sealey Mr Dennis Seisun Mr Chandrakant Shah Mr Donald Simpson Mrs Anne Stokes Mr Keith Taylor Ms Christine Trehane Dr Biddy Unsworth Mr Colin Wesbroom Mr Michael Williams Mr Gareth Williams Four anonymous donors

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Mr Jon Barrick Mr Peter Bentley Mr Stephen Bowsher Mrs Gill Butler Ms Della Cannings Mrs Hilary Edmondson Mr Richard Ford His Excellency Khalil Foulathi Mr Colin Gamble Mr Doug Hardy Mr Michael Higgins Eur Ing John Huxtable Mr Steve Jackson Mr Keith Jones Mrs Susan Keeling Mr Mohammed Khan Mr Raymond Laidler & Mrs Joy Laidler Mrs Sue Macdonald Mr Marc Matza Mr Alan Nimmons Mr John Norrish Mr Mik Peach Mr John Phillips & Mrs Rhian Phillips Mr Bob Priddle Mrs Virginia Ranscombe Mr Neville Roberts Eur Ing David Saffin Mr Gerry Sansom Mr Nick Simpson Mr Geri Swann-Price Mr Stephen Wadsworth Mr Steve Ward Ms Stephanie Watkins Mr Rees Withers Mrs Teresa Woodburn (née Corning) Four anonymous donors

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Mr Piers Baker & Mrs Margaret Baker Mr Steven Bale Professor Stephen Bazire MBE Mrs Christina Brown Mr Nick Carter Mr Andrew Cavanna & Mrs Margaret Cavanna Mr Uttamlal Chouhan Mr Peter Dibben Mr James Downes Mrs Beverley Elliott Mr Michael Ellis Mr John Eves Mrs Kathy Farrell Mr Barry Forester


Mr Michael J R Free & Mr Michael P B Free Mr Colin Gardiner Mr Peter Golding Mr Ian Grace Mr Iain Gray Mr Paul Hamlet Mr Derek Hatherell Mr Mark Hawkesworth Mrs Lynda Holloway Dr Lynn Jeppesen Mr Graham Joyce Mrs Patricia King Mrs Sonia Knight Mrs Sally Lau Dr Andrew Lloyd Mr Mike Maynard Mr Jim Milburn & Mrs Anne Milburn Mr John Moorley Mr Paul Morgan Mr Neil Palfreeman Mrs Cecilia Port Mr Geoffrey Porter Mr John Rose Mr Brian Saunders Mr Mike Shergold Mr Phil Shreeve Dr Paul Stanley Mr Peter Stansfield Mrs Cathy Stoddart Mr David Taylor Mr Malcolm Tebbutt & Mrs Margaret Tebbutt Dr Tony Warwick Mr John Waters Professor Reza Ziarati Mr Ian Zimmerman Two anonymous donors

1977

Ms Carol Albury Mr Nick Algar Mr Alan Buckman Mr Lance Croutear Mr Dennis Crowe Ms Rosa Curness Mr David Elliott Mr Peter Flower Mr John Goodyear Mr Chris Groucott Ms Lucy Hamnett Mr Paul Harding Dr Hylton Hardisty Dr Kathleen Hill Mr Richard Lowe Mr Larry Magor Mr Jonathan Mair Mr Phil Martin & Mrs Ruth Martin Mrs Hazel Matheson Mr Peter Miles Mr Ivor Morgan Mr Alan Nelson Mr Martin Newman Mrs Ann Pugh Mr Julian Richardson Mr Tony Sawyer* Mrs Catherine Slark Dr Robin Swan Mr Fergus Thompson Mr Jim Wood Six anonymous donors

1978

Mr Pritam Basuita Mr Geoffrey Baty Mrs Penny Bigg Dr John Bond OBE Mr Robert Butler Ms Sarah Canney Mr Peter Clegg Dr Ray Cox Mr Ian Dodds Mrs Sue Dunster Mr Tim Durham Mrs Lynne Fleming

Dr Fiona Frank Mr Rob Furber Mrs Christine Gibbons & Mr Mike Gibbons Mr Tony Hines Mr Stephen Jones Mr William Jones Mr Gerard Kelly Mr Nigel Keys Mr Trevor Marshall Mr John Monks Mrs Susan Mulvenna Mr Ray Neno Mr Mark Neve Mrs Ruth Nicholls Ms Barbara Nunn Miss Hilary Osmend Mr Andrew Peake Mr David Pearse & Mrs Sharon Pearse Dr Bill Rees Ms Eve Salomon Mr Neil Short Mr Graeme Snow Mr Paul Staniforth Mrs Ann Stewart Mrs Carol Tarn Mr Michael Taylor & Mrs Dee Taylor Miss Christine Ward Mr Patrick Watts Mr Mark Wells Mr Ian Young Three anonymous donors

1979

Mr David Akester Dr Colin Aldis Mr Phil Alldridge Mrs Kathryn Arnold & Mr Simon Arnold Mr Peter Arnold Mr Steve Arnold Mr John Ayres Mr Alan Baker Mr Martyn Bale Mr John Bateman Mr Jonathan Battershill Mr Neil Burns & Mrs Susan Burns Mr Bill Burt Mr David Bush Mrs Helen Campbell Mr Nicholas Carthey Mrs Elizabeth Chowienczyk Mr Virasak Chuamanochan Mr James Craw Mr Gary Delany Dr Chris Dorling Mr Ronald Esain Mr Chris Evans & Mrs Judy Evans Mr John Forde Mr Martin Gadsby Mr David Gladwin Dr Paul Gower Mr David Guy Dr Shelley Hinsley Sir Julian Horn-Smith Mr Richard Hughes Mr Peter Inman Ms Jane Joyner Dr Jacinta Keogh-Bennett Ms Jane Lamacraft Mr Russell Lane Ms Wendy Neath Mr Ges Nielsen Mrs Peach O’Gorman Mr Philip Patterson Mr Phil Perry Mr Mark Perry Dr Alastair Pringle Mr Paul Reilly Mrs Elizabeth Riminton-Drury Mr Alastair Robertson Dr Joy Rooney Bennett Mr Philip Sampey Mrs Andrea Sinclair Ms Mary Spohn Mr Allen Swift & Mrs Jacqueline Swift

Dr Derek Tate Dr Rod Timbrell-Whittle & Mrs Sue Timbrell-Whittle Professor Mark Tooley Mr Jim Waterworth Mr Martin Winterbottom Mr Peter Wise Four anonymous donors

1980

Mr John Allan Dr Michael Allen Mrs Hilary Bjorkstrand & Mr Carl Bjorkstrand Mr Neil Bostock Mrs Jane Boyce Mr Stephen Bradford Professor Ann Buchanan MBE Mr Mark Champion Miss Helen Cole Mr Nigel Cooper & Mrs Isobel Cooper Ms Judith Cope Mr John Dowden Mrs Helen Granville Mr Robert Greenhill Mrs Isabel Gregg & Dr Evan Gregg Mr Simon Hanna & Mrs Jean Hanna Dr Ralph Harris Ms Jane Hough Mr Nicholas Hough Professor Geraint Johnes Mr Cyril Johnson Mr Peter Lambert Mr John Law & Mrs Catherine Law Mrs Linda Mason Mr Jonathan Micklefield Mr Kuldip Salh Mrs Sue Scheepers Dr Michael Seed & Dr Janet Seed Mr Philip Smith Miss Valerie Smith Mrs Valerie Snell Mr Ian Stainer Dr Steven Swain Dr Clare Whitehead Mr Byron Williams Three anonymous donors

1981

Mrs Julie Barton Mr Christopher Bell Mr Andrey Berzins Mr Jonathan Billinger Mr Chas Boys Mr Bill Carlyle Mr Michael Cole Mr Andy Coles Ms Penny Cope Mrs Clare Crick & Mr Ian Crick Mr Asko Croft Mr Paul Davey Mr Andy Dixon & Ms Julia Samulak Mr John Ely Mr Tim Ford Mr David Hempstead Mr Steven Hickingbottom Mr Dave Howard Dr Andrew Jones Mrs Muriel Lefevre Mr Charles Lewington OBE Miss Anna McQuaid Mr Andrew Miles Mr Alan Millichamp Mr Tony Mills Mrs Janice Nichols Mr Anthony Owen Professor Gareth Price Mrs Linda Rawlings Mr Nick Room Mr Paul Salmon Dr Amir Schenouda Mr Christopher Staddon Mr Martin Tupper & Mrs Audrey Tupper Mr David Verney Mr Nigel Wakely

Dr Ian Whiting Mr Nicholas Williams Mr Neil Wrigglesworth Seven anonymous donors

1982

Mr Richard Admiraal Mrs Anne Benham Mr Andrew Bird Mr Stephen Blunt Ms Angela Bowden Ms Charmian Boyd Miss Diane Bray Mr Stephen Budd Mr Paul Burnett Mrs Louisa Coates Dr Roberto Desimone & Mrs Alison Desimone Mr Elton D’Souza Mr Peter Dyce Mr Jeremy Eastaugh Mr Nicholas Griffin Mrs Mary Inch Mr Ian Jenkins & Mrs Celia Jenkins Mr Christopher Jones Dr Peter Lord Mrs Susan McLeod Mr Simon Nobbs Ms Joanna Rendall Mrs Jane Roberts & Mr Michael Roberts Mr Adrian Seager Ms Jane Sheppard Mr Mike Smith Mr Nigel Smith Mr Robert Smith Mr James Spencer Mrs Sally Stephens Miss Sandra Talbot Mr Andrew Talkowski Mr Ian Tarr Mr John Tranter & Mrs Carin Tranter Mr Alan Truesdale Ms Gillian Wheatley Mr Michael Whiteside Eight anonymous donors 1983 Mr Rodger Andrews Mrs Anne Ayres Mr Nick Berry Mr Keith Bradley Mr Martin Carrington Mrs Anna Chan Dr Simon Chandler Mrs Celia Comber & Mr Alan Comber Mrs Catherine Crowley Mr Tim Curtis Miss Jenny Davie Mrs Caroline Elliott-Janvier Mr Mark Farmer Mr Kevin Freeman Mr John Grant Dr David Hicks Mr Gary Hooper Miss Amanda Jones Mrs Janet Kearns Dr Nicky Kemp Mr Justin King CBE Mr Peter Lacey Mr Steve Larter Mr Andrew Lee Dr Bernard Millard Dr Ann Mills-Duggan Mr Laurie Powell Dr Ann Pullen Mr Matthew Rodgers Mr Michael Thompson & Dr Sue Thompson Mr David Vigar Dr Joseph Wang Mr Jon Wickham & Mrs Karen Wickham Mr Hamish Wilkie Mr David Wing Two anonymous donors

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1984

Mrs Anna Alborough Mr Roland Asbridge Mr Simon Baker Mr Nicholas Blake Dr Susan Bryson Dr Malcolm Burgess Mr Nigel Cameron Mr Pete Claydon Mr Trevor Davies & Mrs Susan Davies Mrs Alison Durbin & Mr Ian Durbin Mr Andy Gilson & Mrs Cathy Gilson Ms Sarah Grover Mr Tim Harrabin & Mrs Nicola Harrabin Mr Simon Hill Mr Clive Hornett Mr Stephen Kelly Dr Jonathan Lacy & Mrs Helen Lacy Mr Floyd Lazare Mr David Madigan Dr Andrew Nesbitt & Mrs Sarah Nesbitt Mrs Jane Norton Mr Philip Ockwell Mr David Ovenden Mr Graham Pickup Mr Derek Pullem Mr Stephen Roberts Mr Andrew Sayer Mrs Jane Simpson Mr Peter Speller Dr Graeme Thomson Mr Hubert Velge Mr Jim Whitehouse Mr Chris Wilson Mr David Woolf Mr Stephen Woolven Two anonymous donors

1985

Mr Paul Baxter Mr Ian Bloxham Mrs Jo Brookes Mrs Melanie Calver Mr David Casale & Mrs Sally Casale Mrs Ruth Chapman Mr Simon Close Ms Hilary Cross Dr Philip Dixon Dr Paddy Douglas Mr Chris Glass Mr Richard Grainger Mrs Helen Griffiths Mr Paul Hazlehurst Mr Graham Hillier Mr Phil Hutson Ms Nerys Jones Mr Pete Keevill & Mrs Sharon Keevill Dr Paul Marshall Mrs Virginia Mitchell Mr John Molloy Mr Michael Nicholas Mr Tony Powell Miss Sue Selby Miss Amanda Shoebridge Mr John Simmons Dr Tanya Stagg Mr Adrian Summerfield Dr Alan Teale Mr Nic Van Zwanenberg Mr Tony Ward Mr David Woollatt Mr Rob Wortham & Mrs Melanie Wortham Mr Mark Wright Mrs Sara Yabsley Mrs Tracy Zimmerman Six anonymous donors

1986 Mrs Anna Batchelor Mrs Vanessa Baxter Mr Gordon Bowden Dr Rosemary Bryson Mr Stephen Calder-Smith Mr Timothy Case

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Mr Stephen Childs Dr Sarah Clarke Ms Carol Comer Dr Anthony Cook Mr Jon Craton Dr Carl Dolman Mr Dave Edwards Mr David Evans Mr Daniel Flicos & Mrs Debbie Flicos Ms Caroline Frank Mrs Lesley Furlepa Dr Richard Harris Mr Geoffrey Hill Mrs Karen Holdaway Dr Nicholas Huby Mrs Jane Jones Mr Russell Julier Mr Peter Keemer Mr David McFarlane Mr Richard Pelling Mrs Justina Pepper Mr Clive Reader Mrs Cathy Record Mr Christopher Selwyn & Mrs Brenda Selwyn Mr Greg Slay Mr Stephen Westwood Four anonymous donors

1987

Mr David Ashcroft Mrs Penny Baillie Dr Susan Banbury Mr Stuart Bird & Mrs Katie Bird Mrs Julie Bowden Mr Matthew Brearley Mr Shaun Brierley Mr Christopher Bright & Mrs Fiona Bright Dr Jeremy Bright & Mrs Ruth Bright Mr Ian Burgess Mr Philip Butson Mr Christopher Carter Ms Irene Chapman Mr Andrew Clifton Mr Howard Cooper Mr Christopher Cradock Mr Ian Davidson Mr Gary Davis Mrs Natasha Deitsch Mrs Teresa Down & Mr Timothy Down Mr Mike Ellis Mrs Viviane Garbe Mrs Katherine Glass Mrs Heather Goodenough Mr Adrian Greenwood Dr Frank Hope Mr Raoul Hughes & Mrs Catherine Hughes Ms Ifeyinwa Jibunoh & Dr Mark Poulter Mrs Alison Kyle-Henney & Mr Peter Kyle-Henney Professor Alan MacCormack Ms Alison Malfatto Ms Hanife Melbourne Mrs Helen Mitchell Mr Paul Morrison Mr Alexander Moss Mrs Anna Padget Mr Geoffrey Palmer Mr Richard Peters Ms Jacqueline Pooley Mr Andrew Skinner Dr Paul Stead The Reverend Patrick Stonehewer Mr Andy Strong Ms Joanne Thorogood Dr Nigel Walker Mr Martin Wiles Five anonymous donors

1988 Mr Andrew Bickley Mr Simon Blackmore & Dr Karen Blackmore Dr Stephen Bleay

Mr Derek Brewer Ms Moira Brophy Dr Paul Bury Mr Pete Cook Mr Mark Cunningham Mr Roger Duthie Mr Martin Elton & Miss Erica Stenfalt Ms Sharon Flood & Mr Jon Lee Mrs Caroline Fuller-Metz Mr Matthew Gott Mrs Judith Hall Mr Jeremy Hayward Mr Andy Hockley & Mrs Christine Hockley Ms Jane Horrex Dr Anne-Marie Jones Mr John Lake Mr Stuart Long OBE Dr Ian Marshall Mr Graham Massey & Mrs Sian Massey Mrs Janet McCulloch Mrs Mary-Louise Minards Mr Gavin Munnery & Mrs Catriona Munnery Mrs Jane Neal Mr Thorsten Orr Mr Paul O’Sullivan Mr Keith Page Mr Guy Partridge Dr Hass Patel Mr Ian Salusbury Mr Martin Shirley Mr Jerry Simpson Mr Keith Talbot Mr Angus Ward Mr David Webb Dr Gethin Williams Mr Nick Wood Mr David Young Eight anonymous donors

1989

Mr Andy Bell Mr Jonathan Caine Mr Nick Cognevich Mr David Dalton Mr Kevin Dangerfield Miss Lynne Dawson Mr Rob Garratt Dr Caroline Gilby Mrs Olga Gomez-Cash Mr David Grant Mr Tim Hills Mr Robert Linnegar Mrs Sue McKendrick Mr Andrew Milner & Mrs Samantha Milner Mr James Nickolls Ms Kate Nightingale Mr Kevin O’Donnell Mr John Ould Mr Michael Peddell Mr Neil Rashbrook Mr Terry Read Ms Suzanne Rittenberg Dr Katherine Ruffle & Dr Stuart Ruffle Mrs Andrea Samuelson Mr Simon Stevens Dr Karina Stewart Mr Mark Stowe Mr Nick Sumner Dr Susan Taylor Mr Nigel Taylor Ms Celia Thomas Mr Carlos Tracey-Aguera Mr Paul Vosper Dr Paula Waters Mr Bruce Whitehorn Mr Andrew Williams Mr Neil Wood Four anonymous donors

1990 Mr Gordon Anderson Mrs Jayne Barrett Mr Alec Bejian

Dr Niall Bowen Mr Gavin Busuttil-Reynaud Mr Adam Carswell Mr Brian Clarke Mr James Duthie Professor Julien Forder Dr George Gore Mr Adrian Gregory Mr Andrew Harding Mrs Sue Harling Mrs Katy Heard Mr Todd Howell Mrs Jan Hughes Dr Gerald Hunt Dr Chris Jones & Mrs Sally Jones Mr Shailesh Katira Mr Tim Lee-Foster Mr Will Notcutt Mrs Jean Nugent Mr Gable Pang Dr Simon Phillips Mr Roger Smith Mr Richard Stagg Mrs Caroline Starkey Miss Sarah-Jane Stephens Mr Michael Stewart Dr Sharon Stratton Mr Alan Wilson Dr Simon Winder Mr Niall Woodhead Two anonymous donors

1991

Dr Carol Austin Mr Brian Berkeley-White Mr Ian Clegg Mrs Jane Crawford & Mr Charles Crawford Mr Nicholas Donaldson Dr Sue Francis Mr Nick Hynes Mr Julian Kern Miss Tina Kokkinos Mrs Sarah Lawrence Dr Emma Lenz Mrs Meg Longman Mr Neil McLeish Mr Robert Mead Mr Robert O’Leary Mr Leif Puddefoot Professor Peter Redfern Mrs Alison Roberts Mrs Stephanie Rogers Mrs Julia Sherwen Dr Richard Stratford Dr Rebecca Stratling Mr Andrew Trowbridge Mr Alastair Watson & Mrs Nathalie Watson Mr Adam Wickenden Dr Chris Williams Five anonymous donors

1992

Mr James Anderson Miss Nicola Bellingham Mr Steven Bird Dr Yvonne Brown Mr Chris Campkin Mr Peter Chant Mrs Nicola Collins Mr Jonathan Crowe Dr Nic Doye Mr Jeremy Fonseca Mr Donald Haddock Jr Dr Elizabeth Harper Mr Matti Heinonen Mr Siôn Lutley & Ms Isobel Michael Ms Sarah Martell Mr Paul Martin Mrs Joanne Minion Mr Stanley Nicholls Mr David Nottingham Dr Robin Oakley Dr Robert Oddy Mrs Anne Phillips


Mr Dave Smith Mr Andrew Wardlaw Mr David Westcott Mr Robert Wise Mr Michael Wrigley Mr John Yates Two anonymous donors

1993

Dr Abdul Basit Mrs Rachel Bird Mr Paul Brown Dr Jayne Carrington Mrs Julie Codling Mr Matt Crampton Mr Morten Damm & Mrs Mette Damm Mr Rob Goodrich Miss Ali Harris Dr Paul Hayden Mr Tony James Mr John Kinson Mr Andrew Lawley & Dr Wendy Lawley Mr Colin le Duc Mr Peter Lord Mr Matthew Males Mr Stephen Page Mrs Rachael Roberts Dr David Simmonds Mr Andrew Stevens Mr Shane Sullivan Professor Thomas Szabo Mr Anthony Tomkins Mr Steve Triner Mr Andy Watkins & Mrs Sarah Watkins Mr Iain Wilson One anonymous donor

1994

Mr Vebjorn Ask Mr Lee Boyton Ms Jo Bridger Mr Quentin Brook Mr Steve Cast Mr Robert Dickson Mr Christopher Dollimore Mrs Milica Gay & Mr Daniel Gay Dr Neil Havard Mr Trevor Jefferies Ms Petra Jelic-Masterton Mr Robert Jupp Mr Ian Lumb & Mrs Tori Lumb Mr Louis MacDonald Mr James Macfarlane Mr Rob Middleton Mr Simon Muderack Miss Anne O’Brien Mr Alan Odeku Mr Rajender Raval Mr Richard Rutter Mr Rob Smyth Dr Max Tookey Mrs Heidi Trencher Mr Garth Way One anonymous donor

1995

Dr Christopher Baines Mr Tom Beese Mr Jason Blight Mrs Victoria Bowes Mrs Andrea Bundy Mr Garrett Cotter Mr Ian Crowe Miss Elizabeth Durell Mrs Claire Fitzgerald Mr Trevor Ford Mrs Vicky Gibson Mr Ross Gregory Mr Jeremy Harrington-Partridge Mr John Harrison & Mrs Sarah Harrison Mrs Suzanne Hart Mrs Tamara Jacob Mr Richard Lander Mr Philip McComish & Mrs Vicki McComish

Eur Ing Dr Brian Nicholson Mrs Pam Pennefather Mr Dominic Reber Miss Sue Ryan Mr Duncan Shiel Mr Matthew Smith Mr Tim Spicer Mr David Trice Mr Richard Watson & Mrs Emma Watson Five anonymous donors

1996

Dr Richard Allen Ms Genevieve Arpin Mrs Jacqueline Barton Miss Louise Batchelor Mrs Kate Buckley Mrs Louise Cohu Mr Stuart Comlay Mrs Yolanda Guthrie Miss Karen Hancock Mr Henrik Harmer Mrs Jill Hay Dr Rachel Hopkins Mr Giles Jackson Dr Owen Lyne Mr Malcolm MacKay Mr Jonathan McCleery Mr Philip Nason Dr Max Norton Dr Richard Pannett Mrs Caroline Pope Mr Mike Powis Mrs Victoria Price Miss Karin Ridgers Mr Jay Selley Mr Dave Williams Miss Sue Wilson Ms Kirsten Wolf Mr Wilson Wong One anonymous donor

1997

Mr Nicholas Axford Mrs Sophia Bate Mr Simon Bushell Mrs Michele Coghlan & Mr Stephen Coghlan Mr Tim Couling Mr Simon Depoix & Mrs Karen Depoix Dr Keith Farmer Mr Christopher Greenfield Mrs Jacqueline Harris Mr Nigel Hayman Mrs Jessica Hedden Dr Akif Khan Mr Quentin Lambert Ms Mary Langford Mr Gordon Mories Mrs Grainne Patton Mr Richard Roberts Dr Philip Tollinton Miss Alison Turtle Mr Andrew Warren Mr Matthew Webb & Mrs Claire Webb Miss Sumudu Wijeratne One anonymous donor

1998

Mr Graeme Anderson Mr Stuart Bainbridge Mr Michael Bell Dr Virginie Buche & Dr Silvain Buche Miss Rosi Buscombe Dr Roger Guevara Hernandez Mr Peter Harrison Mr Ian Hay Davison CBE Mrs Abbie Holmes Mr Juan Miguel Azcarraga Mr Jonathan Rowe Mrs Joanne Screen Miss Claire St John Mr Andrew Tarver Mr Simon Viney

Professor Ahmer Wadee Mrs Sophie Webster Four anonymous donors

1999

Miss Gillian Barwell Mrs Lucy Berks Mrs Carrie Cameron-Smith Mr Adrian Champ Mrs Susie Connolly Mr Philippe Dancause Mr Andrea de Vincentiis Mr Gareth Dix Dr Adam Gerrard Professor Margaret Greenfields Mr Chris Harvey Mr Nigel Height Miss Elizabeth Heseltine Mrs Jennifer Hill Mr Mohd Jalal Dr Louise Kelly Miss Emma Koppe Miss Emma Law Mr Norbert Martinez Clavera Mr Matthew Newson Dr Ryan Potts & Mrs Sarah Potts Mrs Anna Ritchie & Mr Iain Ritchie Mrs Fiona Roberts The Lord Tugendhat Mr Thomas Underwood & Mrs Alexandra Underwood Mrs Catherine Vickery Mrs Jane Wild Two anonymous donors

2000

Mrs Catherine Boulter Mrs Rachel Carson Mr James Congram Dr Elliott Davies Mr Samuel Fox Miss Zoe Green Eur Ing Ed Hopper Mr Matthew Johnson & Mrs Katie Johnson Professor Ruomei Li Mr Calvin Linfield Mr Mark Lowe Mrs Jennifer McLoughlin Dr Ray O’Gorman Mr Peter Owen Mr Jonathan Payne & Mrs Nadine Payne Mr Steven Pegg Ms Rosie Pfau Mr James Piechowski Dr Rosalind Polley Mr Craig Scordellis Dr Jack Whitehead Ms Janet Withers Dr Tricia Woodhead Five anonymous donors

2001

Mr Emad Al Adhal Dr Sue Bowen Mrs Jillian Church Mr James Convey & Mrs Jennifer Convey Mr Simon Critchley Mr Mark Donovan Mr Patrick Egan Mr Chris Gage Miss Kathryn Gamble Mr Christopher Gonzalez Mr Christopher Gwilliam Mr Steve Hammond Mr Samuel Hicks Miss Martina Hopkins Mr Gareth Humphries Mrs Juliet Lawn Mrs Kari Magee Mrs Jessica Markowski Mrs Sarah Marshall Mr Tom Mehler Mr Viresh Patel Mr Christopher Pittman Mr Philip Robertson

Mr Adnan Siddiqui Mrs Shirley Wang Mr Stuart Wilson Mr Sunny Wong Miss Jane Wood Two anonymous donors

2002

Miss Katrina Adam Dr Alfred Agyeman Mr Thomas Allison Mr Scott Anstey Mr Simon Bessant Mr Paul Bullock Mrs Kady Chatman Mr James Cole & Miss Nancy Collinge Miss Rhianne Cox Mrs Kate Gunn Dr Jono Hey & Mrs Maria Hey Mr Grant Horn Mrs Sarah Jones Mr Gareth Jones Miss Helen Knight Vice Admiral Sir Robert Hill KBE Mr Ben Le Huray Mr John Leach Mr Richard Merrett Mrs Kathryn Moore Mr Tim Ngai Mr Rob Palmer Mr Jonathan Payne & Mrs Nadine Payne Mr Tom Pellereau Miss Victoria Petrie Ms Cathy Russell Mr Gregory Sharp Mr Simon Snow Mr Tom Stanley Mr Tim Surzyn Dr Steven Weber Mr Conor Wilson Mr Michael Wisson & Mrs Louise Wisson* Four anonymous donors

2003

Mr Karim Amyuni Miss Sarah Blundell Mrs Jill Bond Mr Christopher Brooking Miss Emma Burton Mr Ben Douglas Mr Mark Harrison Mr David Lee Seifert Mrs Sarah Leverson Mr Gethin Luke Mr David Mayo Mr Tim Norton Mr Asmus Ohle Mr Matthew Preston Mr Matthew Schlotter Mr David Shinkins Ms Kimberley Smith Mr Colin Tame Mr Jeremy Thring Miss Catherine Todd Miss Lyndsey White Dr Graham Willis Three anonymous donors

2004

Mr Neil Allan Mr Neil Arora Ms Valerie Baldwinson Miss Anna Brown Mr Nick Burnett Mr Marc Davies Miss Andrea Derrick Mrs Jenny Eyes Mr Arash Fatemian Mr William Froud & Miss Didi Peng Mr Timothy Gange Miss Ellie Gauci Mrs Laura Gibbons Dr Edward Hammond Mr Robin Hodges & Miss Paula Ellis Mr Tom Holley

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Mr Steve McLauchlan Mr Adam Michallat-Cox Mr Robert Mills Miss Alexandra Rickham Ms Sarah Telford Mrs Lisa Van den Berghe Mrs Terri Waiyaki Miss Sara Ward Mr Vegas White Dr May Yeow Mr Glen Young Two anonymous donors

2005

Mr Arfan Ahmed Mr Marcus Bateman Mrs Laura Boulden Mrs Frances Brown Mr Rich Hay Mr Michael MacDonald Mr Ross Palmer Mr Thomas Player Dr Nick Powell Mr Christopher Reynolds Mrs Bee Thakore Miss Claire-Louise Valsler Mrs Elly Williams & Mrs Meri Williams Two anonymous donors

2006

Ms Gemma Allen Mr Scott Beasley Dr Julia Collins Mr Daniel Cousins & Dr Grace Clark Mr Harry Ellis Mr Martyn Essery Ms Jane Evans Miss Amy Gates Mr Simon Hooper Mr Richard Howell Miss Sabah Hussain Miss Camilla Mathoulin Mr Andrew McIntyre Mr Andrew Nicholls Mr Oke Ogali Dr Joanna Prentice Ms Nerys Shah Mr Philip Tyler & Mrs Justine Tyler Mr Alexander Webster One anonymous donor

2007

Mrs Helen Abela Mr Terry Astridge Dr Graham Blackman Mr Luke Brodie Mr Nicholas Cheek Mr Francis Clarke Mrs Maris Cole Miss Penelope Court Mrs Sam Dawson Dr Alan George Mr Adam Gibson Mr Andrew Goodwin Mr Nick Hall Mr Karl Hardy Miss Taz Irshad Miss Kimberly Jones Miss Alfreda Mafe Mr Lindsey Malcolm Mrs Sarah McCartney Mrs Natalie Mitchell Mr Darren Morgan Mr Stuart Nash Mr Alan Newman Mrs Diana Pugh-Hudson Mr Francis Reardon Mrs Cheryl Scott Mr Adam Spencer Miss Ann Stainforth Mr Peter Walker-Smith Dr Xuecheng Zhang Eight anonymous donors

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2008

Mr Mark Atterbury Mr Hakan Aysan Mrs Julia Balston Mr Kenan Boztas Mr Ben Brown Mr Dan Busso Mr David Cartwright Mr Ruiwen Chen Mr Mark Comer Mr Melvyn Cook Mr Andrew Dix Mr Tim Dye Mr Simon Fairclough Dr Christopher Gross Dr Chris Guiver Mrs Christine Heslop Dr Lucy Hooper Miss Catherine Luckin Mr Tom Major Miss Rebecca Morris Dr Joseph Ngeh Miss Katie Norman Mrs Michelle Perera Ms Stephanie Remola Ms Nicola Saunter Mr Allen Smith Mr Charles Stanton Mr Iain Stenson Miss Jennifer Swinden Dr Ruth Weir Mr Barrie White Mr Carl Williams Three anonymous donors

2009

Mr David Austin Mr Florian Bay Mr David Board Mr George Bullock Miss Ineke Clewer Mrs Nicola Clifford Mr Artis Frankovics Mrs Patricia Ghivarello-Stuessy Dr Steven Green Mr Thomas Harman Mr Adam Hill Mr Robert Lo Bue Mr Jason Malone Dr Peter Millichap Mrs Alison Osadzinski Mr Leon Osborne Mr Chris Rees Mrs Yvonne Robinson Mrs Sarah Russell Mr Graham Russell Mr Michael Selig Miss Joanna Sochacka Mr Chris Tams Miss Hayley Todd Miss Jennifer Toonen Dr David Tregurtha Mr Adam Turner Mr Jesus Villanueva Perales Mr Paul Whittaker Mr Gareth Young Four anonymous donors

2010

Mr David Akporehe Mrs Hollie Allen Mr Andrew Bacon Mrs Paola Bassindale Mr Andrew Bellingham Mrs Eleanor Bland Miss Grace Bramer Mr Nirbhai Chadha Mr Paul Clarke Miss Sinead Collins Miss Charlotte Colman Mr Grant Curtis Miss Clare Dean Mr Benjamin Deavin

Miss Isabelle Dunnett Miss Samantha Durbin Miss Kelly Gabriel Mr Kshitij Gupta Dr Alistair Hunt Mr Qamar Khan Mr Andrejus Leonidovas Miss Rehana Nanji Mr Mark Parkinson Miss Lia Pereira Mr Martin Phillips Mr Bryn Pugh-Jones Mr Benno Rawlinson Miss Charli Reynolds Mr Peter Scull Mr Syed Shabbir Miss Helen Sharp Miss Elizabeth Shipsey Mr Hugo Staton Mr David Stirton Mr Sam Tamiz Mr Nicholas Tyrrell Mr Michael Urry Mr Alexander Watney Miss Natasha Watson & Mr Matthew Canning Two anonymous donors

2011

Mr Nathan Boxall Miss Harriet Bridgwater Mr Iain Carson Mr Chris Clements Mr Prince Dakpoe Miss Jolanthe De Koning Mr James Elgeti Mr William Gardiner Mr Paul Ghosh Mr Rory Hawkins Mr Oliver Horncastle Mr Keith Howard Miss Emily Hurley Miss Helen Jin Mr Ben Karniely Dr Derek Kelly Dr Kapildev Lout Miss Petra Lyon Mr Nicholas McMullan Mr John Mitchell Mr James Richards Mr Patrick Sinclair Mr Rob Smith Mr Nick Walkden Mr Sam Warren One anonymous donor

2012

Dr Tim Adlam Miss Kate Aldridge Mrs Graciela Artola De Williams Mr Christopher Ashfield Mr Stephen Briscoe Mr Carl Coppernoll-Houston Miss Syan Dulai Mr David Embleton Mr Colin Field Mr Ieuan Henry Miss Heather Henseler Mr Alex Huttunen Miss Laura Jenks Mr Deniz Kog Mr Samuel Lawes Miss Carie Martin Mr Robert McDougall Miss Regina Medeiros Arnold Mr Tim Mendelssohn Mr Benjamin Nagy Miss Aisling O’Neill Mr Howard Nicholson Mr Craig Perl Mr John Putzfeld Ms Barbara Remedios Miss Corinne Shaw

Miss Becky Steer Mr Christopher Sykes MSc Mr Lewis Taylor Miss Leah Tomkins Dr Zoe Ward Mr Alex Wood

2013

Mr Joe Andrew Miss Rebecca Astley Mr Jack Benjamin Mr Andy Cai Dr Huw Davies Mr James Green Mr Timothy Helliwell Dr Ellen Henderson Mrs Lee Jarratt Mr Rishidhar Lall Miss Haoxi Liu Miss Sophie Maxey Mr Simon McConnell Miss Janine Morris Miss Indra Niedre Mr Richard Nutter Mr Firtina Ozbalikci Miss Hannah Parsons Miss Sally Phillips Mr Tomos Porter Mr Reza Saeedi Miss Lydia Silver Mr Toby Smith Miss Rosie Steel Miss Lydia Theaker Miss Zoe Wood Mr Daniel Yarnold

2014

Mr Rob Banyard Mr Philip Bushnell Mr James Chin Mr Samuel Eaton-Rosen Mr Will Fry Mr Philip Gray Miss Livvi Harris Miss Jemma Jeanes Miss Joanna Martinet Miss Bhavika Patel Mr Mark Perkins Mr William Pike Mr Robin Smith Mr Alfio Vidal Amian

2015

Mr Mark Bleakley Miss Kirsten Buckley Mr Mark Cooper Mr Jack Gifford Mr Alexander Lewis Mr Joseph Onochie Dr Gilbert Passin Miss Jennifer Vincent

2016

Mrs Fiona Dawson Mr Alexander Joseph Mr David Medlock DL Mr Fintan O’Brien Mr Jonty Usborne Miss Zoe Wright Miss Louise Wylie

2017

Miss Izzy Cummins Miss Madison Rogers Mr Nicholas West

2018

Miss Jia Foong Mr James Hart Mr Oliver Louis


Other Friends

Mrs Chris Andrews Professor Sara Arber Mr Stephen Baddeley Dr Anand Baichwal Mrs Pam Batterham Miss Sally Bennett Dr Albert Buckley Mrs Ruth Burnip Professor Peter Clegg Mr John Cullum Mr Clive Cutbill Mr Thomas Dinsdale Mr Rashid Domingo MBE Mr Van DuBose & Mrs Eva Dubose Dr Michael Froggatt Mr David Hallen & Mrs Catherine Hallen Professor Helen Haste Mr L Holeyman Mr Martyn Isaac & Mrs Sue Isaac Professor Peter Lambert Mrs Stephanie Lear Mr Gavin Maggs Mr Ron Major Mrs Marian McNeir MBE Mr Andrew Monk Miss Philippa Neaverson Mrs Charlotte Parkin Mr Leonard Pearcey & Mr Peter Child Mr Ron Reynolds*

Miss Adale Robertson Mrs Margaret Roper Mr Tim Sayers Mrs Karen Sheppard Mrs Molly Southwood Mr Kit Stone Mr James Tottle Mr Peter Troughton CBE The Trendell Family Ms Dorothy Walters-Godfree* Mr David Witty in memory of Mrs Pat Witty Mr Paul Woodcock Three anonymous donors

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