Scholars 2014

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Congratulations to our new Lethaby Scholars: Dearbhail Keating, Charles Wellingham and Elgan Jones – pictured here in front of SPAB HQ as they start their Scholarship.  Welcome aboard!

 

Scholars of 2013

All four Scholars on the steps of the SPAB. From left to right: Richard Prest, Hannah Reynolds, Ross Perkin and Conor Meehan.

Congratulations to the new Scholars of 2013 – architects Hannah Reynolds, Ross Perkin and Richard Prest, and engineer Conor Meehan!

Dance Scholarship Trust representative Dorian Crone with Conor Meehan (right) and Hannah Reynolds (left), outside the SPAB in Spital Square.

2010 Scholars get on their bike to fundraise!

Brad Jones, Mandy Lorenz and Andrew Faulkner would like to thank everyone who supported them on their sponsored cycle ride through the Cotwolds on the 22nd and 23rd of Septemebr. For those who’ve yet to sponsor them and would like to find out about their adventure, please visit their justgiving website page:

http://www.justgiving.com/DanceTrustCyclingWeekend

Cycling Weekend Info

Ptolemy Dean on Radio 3…

Congratulations to former scholar Ptolemy Dean who was Sarah Walker’s guest every day this week on Radio 3.

Catch it while you can on the BBC iplayer @

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01j295x/Essential_Classics_Friday_Sarah_Walker

(The interviews begin approximately 1.5 hours into each of the daily broadcasts and last for 30 minutes each)

Final preparations for the Great Thames Row

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Greetings to all the crew and dedicated supporters of the Stella who will be taking part in our week-long voyage down the Thames.  Many thanks to all of you who have helped to make this a reality!

We have now published the final itinerary – all details of pick-up and drop-off points, camping spots and watering holes are correct at time of going to press.  We have also included details of who is rowing when. There are still refinements to be made to this schedule, but it looks like we will be rowing at full capacity almost every day!

We start tomorrow morning (Tuesday), with a photo-shoot courtesy of John Lawrence, at Kelmscott Manor before 7am, and finish with a reception at Kelmscott House in Hammersmith on Bank Holiday Monday at around 4pm, to which you are all very cordially invited.  You can also follow our progress on Twitter using @greatthamesrow, or you can follow our live Twitter feed on the Dance Scholarship Trust website homepage.

We do have a number of lunch-dates and dinners arranged along the river throughout the week.  If you find that you are nearby at any point, do call us and we will integrate you into our programme!

We look forward to seeing you on board or at Hammersmith.

Best wishes, Hugh (SPAB Scholar 2009)