Alumni News and Stories
Welcome to the latest news and stories from our alumni community.
I wanted my work to really mean somethingZoe Bunter, Independent Fundraising Adviser (BA Education Studies with History of Art, 1995-1998) was inspired by her experiences as a Winchester student to follow her heart and put her skills and abilities into making a difference through fundraising. Read more
Kate's American dream - funding makes it a realityI’m Kate, I’m a 20-something year old, I studied Digital Media Design from 2013 to 2016 at Winchester and love everything film and television. I also live with Congenital Muscular Dystrophy. That means from birth my muscles decided to be on a permanent holiday and not do their jobs properly. Because of my muscles’ poor work ethic I need support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by a team of carers for every part of practical life.Read more
Taylor-made differenceFor Nick ‘Noddy’ Taylor (MEd Primary Education with Geography Specialism, 2011-2016), a Winchester teaching placement in The Gambia was the catalyst for a life focused on making a difference. We caught up with this ebullient alumnus about running marathons, exiting his comfort zone and providing school lunches to 500 children.Read more
Denstone 1974 ReunionOn Wednesday 10 October a group of women converged on King’s Cross Station, to meet for lunch, in a great pub chosen by Liz Broughton. Some had come quite a distance, from North Yorkshire, Norfolk and Bristol. Others did not have so far to travel but we all had the same purpose; to reunite as many as we could of the women who had first met in 1974 in Denstone – then a student house in Christchurch Road, Winchester. Read more