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OM of the Year

OMOfYearThe OM of the Year award was instituted in 2000 to acknowledge and reward Old Millfieldian excellence of achievement in a wide range of fields including service, academic, business, the arts and sports around the world.

In the 18 years since we inaugurated the scheme, we have only selected 67 OMs from our database of 20,000 members: authors, international sportsmen and Olympic winners, media personalities, West End and film directors, gardeners, musicians, national and industrial leaders, politicians, entrepreneurs, pioneering doctors and charity and humanitarian workers.
 

Roll of Honour
 
John McFall (1994-1997; Orchards)2009Paralympic Bronze Medallist for T42 Sprinting 2008
Simon Mawer (1964-1967; Shapwick)2010Critically acclaimed novelist.
Cleve West (1974-1977; Orchards)2007Gold Medal Winner at Chelsea Flower Show
Andrew Wright (1986*-1991; Day)2015Award-winning West End Choreographer
His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan bin Mabarak al Nahayan (1968*-1975; Kingweston)2003Minister of Education, United Arab Emirates
Barbara Mensah (1975-1977; Kernick)2009First Circuit Judge of African origin.
Robert Watson (1950-1954; Orchards)2002Services to International Hockey
Julie Dibens née Ricketts (1986*-1993; Warner)2010Olympic triathlete, now XTERRA World Champion
Dr Richardson Ajayi (1980-1983; Etonhurst)2001Fertility Treatment Pioneer, Nigeria
Paul Davies (1981-1983; Hollies)2008BBC Sports Executive Producer/Director
Tim Griffiths (1977-1979; Kingweston)2014Entrepreneurial business leader
William Louey (1972-1977; Chindit)2000Founder of the William Louey Educational Foundation
Kate Griggs née Alexander (1974*-1979; Day)2007UK Campaigner of the Year for Xtraordinary People
Michael Ridpath (1973-1978; Mill House)2001Author and Novelist
James Guy (2008*-2014; Great)2017Olympic Gold Medallist 2016
Vivienne Cox (1975-1977; Great House)2006UK Businesswoman of the Year 2005
Dominic Dromgoole (1976-1981; Day)2006Director of the Globe Theatre
Charles Godfray (1969*-1975; Shapwick)2018Hope Professor of Zoology at Jesus College, Oxford
Sarah Jarvis (1971*-1979; Warner)2015General Practitioner, Media Doctor and Author
Paul Lister (1971*-1977; Keinton)2012Founder of Alladale Wilderness Park in Scotland and eco-projects in Carpathian Mountains
Iqbal Adamjee (1959-1964; Shapwick)2018Founding trustee and Chairman of Childlife Foundation
Wyndham Bailey (1938-1945; Resteholme)2005Founder Member, Chairman & Treasurer of the OMS
Mako Vunipola (2007-2009; Kingweston)2013England and British Lions rugby player
Mohamed El Shorbagy (2006-2009; Great House)2015World No 1 Squash Player
Lissa Davies (1998-2002; Oaklands)2014Founder and Director of the charity Bright Eyes Global Action Project (BEGAP)
Chris Robshaw (1997*-2004; Butleigh)2012Captain of England Rugby Team 2011/12 and Aviva Premiership Player of the Season
Suzanna Hext (2005-2007; Abbey)2018International para-dressage rider
Mark Foster (1983-1986; Millfield)2006International Swimmer and 5 times Olympian
John Sergeant (1957-1962; Kingweston)2002Journalist and Political Correspondent
Karin Sinniger (1980-1983; Grange)2013Assistant General Counsel BP Africa and scuba-diving world record-holder
Jeremy Thomas (1962*-1967; Walton)2007Film Producer and Oscar Winner
Simon Luxmoore (1966-1969; Day)2002President Messier-Dowty UK
Sharon Hendry (1987-1993; Day)2011Investigative Journalist and Author
Guy Bennett (1987-1989; St Anne's)2015Chief of Acquisitions and Collections for Qatar Museums; Philanthropist
Laura Corr (1968*-1975; Day)2017Consultant Cardiologist
Matt Perry (1998*-1995; Orchards)2001England International Rugby Player
Ali Allawi (1961-1964; Etonhurst)2012Iraq’s first post-war civilian Minister of Defence in 2004
Lucy Bailey (1973-1978; Day)2000West End Theatre Director
Pam Cookey (2001-2003; Martins)2012Captain of England Netball Team which won World Netball Series in 2011
Helen Glover (2002-2004; Martins)2012Great Britain Olympic Gold Medallist 2012 - Women’s Rowing Pairs
David Heath (1963*-1972; Day)2010MP for Somerton and Frome; Deputy Leader of House of Commons
Gareth Edwards (1964-1966; Millfield)2007British Lions Rugby Player and Broadcaster
Garth McGimpsey (1972-1974; St Anne's)2003Captain of GB and Ireland Walker Cup Golf Team
Roger Gibbs (1952-1953; Kingweston)2009Chairman of the Wellcome Trust
David Luckes (1980*-1987; Day)2009Triple Hockey Olympian. Key member of the British Olympic bid, now i/c Sport Competition for London Organising Committee.
Charles Denton (1973*-1982; Hollies)2014Entrepreneurial business leader and Executive Director of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and Chairman of Fundraising in 2008
Oliver Lindsay-Hague (2004-2009; Kingweston)2017Olympic Silver Medallist Rio 2016
Keith McAdam (1963-1963; Millfield)2008Director of Medical Institutes in Africa
Stewart Copeland (1967-1969; Orchards)2008“Police” Drummer and Film Composer
Mary Bignal Rand (1955-1958; Day)2012In 1964 first-ever British female athlete to win an Olympic Gold Medal in a track and field event
Simon Jones (1995-1997; Georgian Cottage)2006England Test Cricketer and Ashes Winner
Daniel Winch (1996-1998; Day)2018TV and Film Producer
Richard Caring (1962-1966; Millfield)2010Successful entrepreneur/businessman; and philanthropist
Peter Wilson (2000-2005; Holmcroft)2012Great Britain Olympic Gold Medallist 2012 - Men’s Double Trap Shooting
Nikki Hamblin (2004-2006; Martins)2017Rio 2016 Fair Play Awardee
Paul Hutchins (1961-1963; Etonhurst)2009Davis Cup Player. Just retired as LTA Head of Men’s Tennis.
Michael Hayman (1983-1988; Joan's Kitchen)2014Co-founder of “Seven Hills” and “Start Up Britain”; Chairman of Entrepreneurs at Coutts; Daily Telegraph Enterprise Columnist
Laurence Davis (1974-1977; Hollies)2008Charity Work, mainly through the Variety Club
Duncan Goodhew (1970-1975; Walton)2011Olympic Gold Medallist 1980
Tom Alexander (1971-1975; Day)2011Former Chief Executive of Orange UK
Jennifer Barraclough (1954-1955; Billet)2015British Film and Television Producer; BAFTA Award Winner
Andrew Taee (1971-1976; Day)2013Fund-raising patron of the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and GB representative in world helicopter championships
Nick Gates (1983-1985; Day)2013Founder of international football charity “Coaches Across Continents”
Marc Quinn (1978-1982; Ivythorn)2006Sculptor
Jeremy Gilley (1983-1984; Etonhurst)2011Founder and Chairman of Peace One Day
Timothy Fok (1960-1965; Orchards)2004Member of Hong Kong Government
Meriel Rosser (1980*-1987; Day)2005Médecins Sans Frontières Senior Administrator
Clare Montgomery (1970-1975; Portway)2013Leading international barrister
James Nathan (1986-1991; Keen's Elm)2008BBC “MasterChef of the Year”
Timothy Lee (1969-1973; St Anne's)2004Voluntary Work in the Gambia
Sarah Winckless MBE (1990-1992; Orchard Leigh)2005Olympic Bronze Medallist for Rowing 2004
David Graveney (1965*-1971; Kingweston)2004Chairman of England Cricket Selectors
The principal aim of the Society is to keep members of the worldwide Millfield family in touch with each other.

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