Wycliffe Heroes

Distinguished Old Wycliffians - Living

2008 Anthony Graham British & European U19 Squash Champion 2009
2005 William Moseley Film Actor (Chronicles of Narnia all 3 films) (A Great Education)
2005 Charlie Sharples Rugby Player, Moseley RFC, Gloucester & Twice Capped for England 2012
2002 Alister Walker British U23 Squash Champion 2004
2001 Will Gidman Durham County Cricketer, Gloucestershire County Cricketer
1999 Alex Gidman Gloucestershire County Cricketer. Capt England A tour of India 2004. England Squad 2004. Capt of Gloucestershire since 2009
1998 Major Vicki Warrington RE (nee Smallwood) Army & UK Women's Biathlon Team
1998 J. Richard Bevan Yacht & Car designer. Awarded 2001 Manufactures and commerce Award by Royal Society of Arts
1997 Tim A.N Payne Rugby Player, Bristol, Cardiff and Wasps. Capped for England 2004, 2006 & 2007
1996 James Gorick Director of Music at St. Paul's Cathedral School since 2006
1995 Rebecca Ridgeway Cambridge Women's Hockey 'Blue' & Durham University 'Full Palatinate'
1994 James Gould Rolls Royce Award for Engineering Excellence 1998
1992 Justin Morris British National Motorcross Champion (3 years)
1992 Matthew PD Morris Econ Advisor to Papua New Guinea Treasury Dept.
1991 Matthew Singer Capt. Rugby and University 'Red' Bristol University. Capt. England Students. Cambridge Blue 19. One time Housemaster at Wycliffe College. United World College, Singapore. 95 & 1996.
1990 Jun Tanaka Head Chef, Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel and Pearl Restaurant
1988 Tim Whitfield Assistant Curator Harvard University Herbaria
1986 Scott Winnard Won 1998 AutoItalia Championship for Ferrari
1984 Aisling Irwin Science Correspondent Daily Telegraph. Science Journalist of the Year Award 2000
1983 Henry Tremaine Senior Lecturer in Equine Surgery, Univ. Of Bristol
1983 Prof. Jonathan Powell Head of Micronutrient Research, Medical Research Council, Cambridge
1983 Andrew R.T. Davies Assembly Member for South Wales Central in National Assembly for Wales and Shadow Minister for Health & Social Services
1982 Mark Pitman National Hunt Jockey & Trainer. Winner of Cheltenham Gold Cup
1980 Hon. Richard N. Williams Senior Magistrate Providenciales & Acting Chif Justice Turks & Caicos Islands
1980 Charles Stayt TV Newscaster & Presenter BBC 1 Breakfast
1980 W.J 'Bill' Baker Commonwealth Gold Medallist UK Lightweight V111 Commonwealth Games, Canada 1994
1980 Dr Mark Porter MBE GP, Medical author and TV Personality
1979 Peter Wesley Principal Contrabassoon, BBC Phiharmonic Orchestra. Professor Royal Northern College of Music.
1979 Mark Hemming Jones Rugby Player Llanelli and Wales 'B'
1977 Prof. Ian Day Professor of Human Genetics, University of Southampton
1977 Robert Keene Silver Medal World Microlighting Championships 1996. Bronze Medal World Air Games 1997, Silver Medal in 2009
1976 John Duncan OBE Diplomat, Charge a'Affaires in Tirana, and UK. Delegation to NATO, Brussels.
1976 Dr Philip Pritchard GP, Racehorse Owner, Trainer and Jockey. Ow Society Chairman. Capped Player for Gloucester Rugby Club and London Welsh Rugby Club
1976 Patrick Stayt Commander i/c Swindon Div. Wilts Constabulary; Deputy National Sec. Police Superintendents' Association for England and Wales
1975 Timothy Evans Jones Opera Singer
1975 Jonathan Harle BBC Radio Presenter, Radio Cumbria, Radio Newcastle, and Radio Cleveland.
1974 Prof. Christopher Bunker Professor of Dermatology, Imperial College, London
1972 Brigadier James Askew OBE Logistics Advisor to UN High Commission for Refugees in former Yugoslavia 1994. Military Attache Riyadh 2006
1972 Prof James Thornton Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Nottingham
1972 Brigadier Robin Bacon Director of Personnel Planning and Veterans, MOD. Governor at Wycliffe College
1972 Brigadier Martin Rutledge MOD
1971 Peter Cullimore BBC Newsreader and Journalist
1971 Sir (Dr) Roland Jacksn Bt. Director of Education & Acting Head of the Science Museum. Cheif Executive British Association for the Advancement of Science
1970 Jonathan Battersby National President Life Assurance Association 2003-04
1970 Dr John Stillwell Reader in Geography, University of Leeds
1968 Dr Andrew Cummin Senior Medical Officer ( Research) RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine
1967 Dr James Valender Professor of Languages, University of Mexico
1967 Robert Webb QC Barrister in Aviation Law. General Counsel for British Airways to 2009
1967 Derrick Tuke Hastings Interior Designer Millennium Dome 2000
1966 George Bartlett International President of Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators 2000
1965 Simon Coombs MP (Cons.) for Swindon1983-97, Ex governor of Wycliffe College
1965 Prof. Paul. J Ciclitira Professor of Gastro-Enterology, Guy's Hospital
1965 Dr Brian Warr Senior Research Scientist Ontario Hydro
1965 Richard Welch European Finance Director, the Greyhound Bus Company
1965 Jeremy Nicholas Composer, Lyricist, actor, author and broadcaster
1965 Michael L Williams CB Chief Executive UK Debt Management HM Treasury
1964 Michael E.K. Graham Cambridge Rowing Blue. One time secretary CUBC
1963 Dr Michael Bowen One time MO to NZ Olympic Rowing team and to All Blacks Rugby Club
1962 Prof. Peter Bakewell Professor of History, Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas
1962 Prof. Jules Goddard Gresham Professor of Commerce London Business School
1962 Dr Jonathan Lewis Director Pharmacutical Business Development for Boots plc.
1962 Dr Richard K. Morris One time Reader in Architectural History, University of Warwick. Architectural Advisor Tewkesbury Abbey.
1962 Prof.Roger Moore Professor of Spanish, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. 3Ms Teaching Fellowship Award 2000
1962 Alastair (Al) Stweart International Singer/Songwriter based in California
1960 Michael Tucker UK Event Rider and BBC Equestrian Commentator. Director of Burghley Horse Trials
1960 Frank Norville Master Worshipful Co. Of Spectacle Makers 1988
1960 Nigel Hutchinson Brooks Managing Director Autralian College of Aviation
1959 His Hon. Judge W.David Matthews Judge on Midlands Circuit
1959 Prof. John Gardiner Prof of Cognitive Psychology, City University, London
1959 Prof. Richard M. Denton FRS Prof & Head of Dept of Biochemistry, Bristol
1958 Michael Eddershaw High Sheriff of South Glamorgan 2000
1958 J. Michael Morris Master of the Poulters Company 2002
1958 Dr Laurence Drury Vice Chancellor & Head of Accounting & Finance, University of Buckingham
1958 John C. Thurston HM Deputy Lieutenant Gloucestershire 2009
1957 His Hon Judge Robert Taylor One time Judge on Northern Circuit
1957 Brian Whitehouse National Chairman British Water Ski Federation; National Barefoot Water Ski Champion 1982
1956 Maj. Gen. Graham Fawcus CB Sword of Honour, Sandhurst; Chief of Staff Live Oak, SHAPE 1988-91. Chairman of Governors Wycliffe College
1956 Sir Michael Graydon GCB CBE Air Chief Marshal; Chief of Air Staff. Vice Chair of Governors Wycliffe College
1956 Roger Cullimore Master, Worshipful Company of Carmen 2005
1956 Timothy Walker US Musician and Entertainer - Sadie Grren Sales Ragtime Jugband, Pennsylvania. USA
1956 Ven. Paul Wheatley One time Archdeacon of Sherbourne, Dorset
1955 Dr Martin Angel Oceanographer, National Environment Research Council; Senior Principal Scientific Officer, Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
1955 Sir Anthony Readon Smith Bt Clerk to Worshipful Company of Fuellers 2005
1955 David Winks HM Deputy Lieutenant Buckinghamshire
1954 John Cleare Mountaineer, explorer and photgrapher
1954 John Strange Master Worshipful Company of Framework Knitters 2002
1953 Brian Morgan Chairman, Court of Examiners for FRCS (Eng)
1052 Air Cdr. Vivian Warrington One time Director of Protocol, Hong Kong Government
1951 John Heyman Film Producer. Grand Prix winner, Cannes Film Festival 1971 & 1973
1951 Paul Fisher President English Golf Union 2004
1951 Dr Walter Eltis Director General, National Economic Development Office 1988-92. Economic Adviser to President of the Board of Trade. One time Governor Wycliffe College
1950 Dr Roger Sawyer Winner of Airey Neave Prize for Human Rights 1985. Author
1949 Mark Sheldon CBE President Law Society 1992-93. Hon. Master of Bench Middle Temple 1994
1948 Capt. Nicholas Clack Cambridge Blue; England, Commonwealth & Olympic Oarsman. Commodore RN. Vice President Wycliffe College
1947 Dr Hugh Tyndale Biscoe Chief Research Scientist, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Canberra.
1946 Prof. John Jenkins Professor of International Management, Monterey, California
1945 Rt. Rev Michael Ball Bishop of Truro (Previously Bishop of Jarrow)
1945 Prof. Keith Ronald Emeritus Professor and Director of Institute for Environmental Policy and Director of the Arboretum, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
1944 Jake Nicholson Artist
1944 Christopher CU Williams British Olympic Bobsleigh team 1956; Captain World Championships 1957-59
1942 David Skittery Bulmers Golden Apple Award for cider growing 1996
1941 Shaul Ramati One time Israeli Ambassador at large; Senior Consultant on International Affairs to Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, Jerusalem
1940 Prof. David Bettison Emeritus Professor Sociology and Social Anthropology, University of Waikato NZ.
1940 Prof. Peter H.A. Sneath FRS Emeritus Professor of Microbiology, University of Leicester
1938 Yohanan Ramati Director of Jerusalem Institute for Western Defence
1991 Sabet Choudhury BBC Points West News Presenter
1994 Benjamin Hughes Cellist for the BBC Orchestra
2002 Jonty Messer ITV West Country News Presenter
2005 Peter Dukes Stage Performer London Westend
2012 Kieran Powell ventriloquist

Distinguished Old Wycliffians - Deceased

1884 Rt Rev Arthur H. Browne First Bishop of the Bermudas
1888 Sidney H. Smith All England Tennis Champion 1896
1888 Sir Edmund Spriggs KCVO Physician to several London Hospitals
1889 Lord Rochester (1st Creation) MP for Rochester 1906-18, Paymaster General 1931-35
1889 Major General W.W Foster CMG DSO & 2 Bars, MC, Croix de Guerre (FR & Belg), President of the Canadian Legion, President of Canadian Alpine Club. First ascents of Mount Robson and Mount Logan
1891 Samuel Grist Captained England Shooting Team at Bisley 1935,1936, 1956
1891 Sir William Stanier Chief Mechanical Engineer LMS, Steam Locomotive Designer. Scientific advisor to Ministry of Production 1948. President Wycliffe College
1895 Dr Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy Director of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Research Fellow in Indian, Persian and Mohammadan Fine Art
1896 Dr Somerville Hastings MP for Reading and later Barking
1898 Sir Thomas Franklin Sibly Prof. Geography University College, Cardiff; First Principla of Unversity College Swansea; Vice Chancellor University of Wales 1925-26, Vice Chancellor University of Reading 1930-37
1900 Charles Barnett Gloucestershire and England Cricketer
1902 Sir Pendrill Varrier Jones Founder & Medical Director of Papworth Settlement and Hospital, Cambridge. President of Wycliffe College
1912 Ifor Evans Principal of University College Aberystwyth
1920 Ernest A.J. Davies Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1947-51 (Labour)
1922 Wing Cdr Roland George DSO OBE Olympic Gold Medalist for Rowing 1936
1924 Ben Parkin MP for Stroud 1945-50 and Paddington 1955-59 (Labour)
1926 Air Vice Marshall Colin Stewart CB CBE
1926 Wilfred Seaby Director Museum & Art Gallery, Belfast
1928 Brynmor Thomas Welsh Hockey International. British Team 1948 Olympics
1929 Lord Rochester (2nd) Pro Chancellor University of Keele 1976-82
1930 T.Lloyd Robinson Pro Vice Chancellor University of Bristol 1984-87
1930 David L. Hughes Prof. Of Veterinary Science University of Liverpool, Pro Vice Chancellor University of Liverpool 1975-78
1934 Dr Geoffrey Tovey Director and Founder of the UK Transplantation Service. President of the International Society of Blood Transfusion
1936 Air Vice Marshal Charles V. Winn CBE DSO DFC
1938 Dr John Collingwood One time research Director ICI & President Wycliffe College
1939 Roger Gray Queen's Counsellor
1941 Sir Denis Malone Solicitor General of Barbados, Chief Justice of Belize and Supreme Court Judge of the Bahamas
1941 Michael Morley John Judge of the supreme Court of Hong Kong
1942 Douglas Gifford Prof. Of Hispanic Studies University of St. Andrews
1943 Gilbert Parkhouse Glamorgan and England Cricketer
1943 James Kingham Recorder of Nottingham 1971-73 Circuit Judge
1946 Jeffrey Harborne FRS Prof. Of Plant Biochemistry University of Reading
1949 John Bacon Chorus Master Royal Opera House Covent Garden and Sydney Opera. Professor of Vocal Interpretation Sydney Conservatorium and Guildhall School of Music
1951 John A.T Loyd Master of the Bench, Grays Inn 1994
1958 Peter Loake Managing Director Loake Brothers, Shoe Manufacturers, Northampton