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WATCH: Live farewell to Guy and Maree Pearson

Please join the College this evening at 18:30 as they use the new 'Culture Unlocked' broadcast to say FAREWELL and THANK YOU to Guy and Mareé Pearson, after 7½ years at Bishops.

In order to enter the Live online event – please click on this YouTube live link.

The event will start at 18:30 this evening (Wednesday 10th June).

Because of the importance of this event, we have created a backup link. In the event the YouTube live link should fail at any point during the show, after 2 minutes please change to this backup link. Hopefully we will not have to revert to this.

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