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Roundup 106 : Friday 9th February 2018

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Felicity Day and hubby 2018

Felicity Day (2008) gets married down under

Felicity Day (2008) got married to this lucky man on New Year’ Eve in Sydney where they had both been living.

We were tipped off about this impending match by someone who helped her make a blue coloured cake some years back!

Felicity has been working for a law firm in risk management ‘out there’ for 2 years.


Georgie Thomas’ new play – Cooking with Juniper.

Following Georgina Thomas’(2011) previous theatrical prodcutions, Georgie has produced a brand new piece of theatrical comedy writing that she and her friend had written. It is called ‘Cooking with Juniper’ and it is a live comedy cookery show that she will be performing in with her ‘mad’ friend and comedy writing partner, Anna. They are going to be performing it at the VAULT Festival in Waterloo on Saturday 17th February at 16:30 and below is a link where you can find more details:Cooking With Juniper A self-raising hour of family antagonisms and imperfect pavlovas.

Roll up your sleeves, roll out the pastry and prepare to tuck in as renowned chef, Juniper Berry, invites you into her kitchen as she attempts to record her latest cookery programme. In this self-raising hour of comedy, expect a healthy sprinkling of chaos, some thoroughly overbeaten eggs and an alcoholic aftertaste.

Caroline Wilson Status Row training 2018

Caroline Wilson rows against Oceanic plastic pollution.

Carolione Wilson In the big cabin

Alumna campaign to raise awareness of plastic pollution in our oceans

Caroline Wilson (2005) is part of an all-female trio planning to row across the Atlantic at the end of the year in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge – December 2018 to raise awareness of plastic pollution in the oceans.

Three ordinary women taking on an extraordinary challenge. Racing in the 2018 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge this amateur all-female trio will row 24 hours a day for over 50 days from the Canaries to Antigua.


The team are rowing in support of the Marine Conservation Society to educate, inspire & drive change. It is estimated that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Everyone’s actions have an impact on the health of our oceans, and each of us can do something about it today.

This is an enormously important venture and they need your support. You can follow their journey and read more about this amazing exploit/challenge and to offer support click on the link.