News


26 November 2020
Marcus MacLean's (57-61) piece about the Lister Knobbly in the September newsletter evoked memories for Michael Pancheri (61-66). ...
24 November 2020
Huge thanks to Teddy, who currently works with BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world. ...
20 November 2020
The author of "Tales of the Wise Gardener and his Friend Jack Frost", Ken Houston, is a retired physics teacher, having spent his career at Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh. ...
20 November 2020
A gifted pilot and head-hunted by the navy as a teenager, Belfast born John Milligan McCleery (11-14) was at the forefront of wartime aviation technology and despite the dangers, he bravely put himself at great risk. ...
19 November 2020

Massive thanks to Dr. ...
18 November 2020
Iain Wright (60-65) has just written a book on Old Carradale, which is a small village on the east Kintyre coast looking towards Arran and just north of Campbeltown. ...
17 November 2020
On Tuesday 17 November George Cockburn held a vitrual careers cafe for current pupils. ...
12 October 2020
Fellow Merchistonians Earlier this year I devised and dispatched a trivia quiz to those of you who were at school between 1956 and 1965, entitled “The antidote to self-isolation and COVID - 19”, which turned out to be a remarkable source fo ...
02 October 2020
As you will know we were not able to publish our annual Merchistonian Club magazine this year. ...
29 September 2020
There are 3 issues dominating current affairs in Hong Kong at the moment and they are all somewhat intertwined. ...
24 September 2020
Set in one of the most picturesque areas of the country, the Cotswold Rugby Festival will offer a combination of end to end rugby, welcoming hospitality from your hosts and family friendly accommodation in the beautiful Cotswold region. ...
22 September 2020
Michael Pancheri (61-66) completed the rebuild of his 1935 MGPB during lockdown. ...
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