Thilakaratne Dilshan, The Modest Maestro

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MANNERS MAKETH THE MAN What, you might ask, separates the also-rans from the great – or the modest from the arrogant? William Horman, who was a headmaster at Eton and Winchester in 1519 published the Vulgaria, from the Latin Vulgaris, the sense of “common things” and in this case “everyday sayings”, which was among other […] READ MORE


Thilakaratne Dilshan The Modest Maestro

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MANNERS MAKETH THE MAN What, you might ask, separates the also-rans from the great – or the modest from the arrogant? William Horman, who was a headmaster at Eton and Winchester in 1519 published the Vulgaria, from the Latin Vulgaris, the sense of “common things” and in this case “everyday sayings”, which was among other […] READ MORE


Colin Ronald Michael Atkinson

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On the day that Colin Ronald Michael Atkinson CBE was born in Thornaby, Yorkshire on 23 July 1931, the singer Gene Austin was a famous name and his compositions “Love Letters in The Sand” and “The Lonesome Road” were popular on the British Broadcasting Corporation and are now classed as modern music standards. Colin’s birth […] READ MORE


Rollo Meyer, Visionary and Founder Of Millfield School

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Be in no doubt; Rollo Meyer may have been a true English eccentric but he was a charismatic man and a visionary who changed the lives of a countless number of people who were lucky enough to have crossed his path. Rollo Meyer, Visionary and Founder Of Millfield School DOCTOR W.G GRACE… It may be an […] READ MORE