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Lydia Davis is the woman behind the new dating app exclusively for people who went to private school. Or just the place to find a wealthy, like-minded polo player?Julia Llewellyn Smith signs up From left: Matt Fincham, 41, who was educated at Dean Close, Cheltenham; Flossie Setchell, 19 (St Mary’s School, Cambridge); Max Collett, 20 (Bishop’s Stortford College); Toffee dating app founder Lydia Davis, 36Matt Fincham is 41 and looking to settle down. I live in London, but ultimately my plan is to meet someone and move out,” he says.Old, crooked pubs and sweeping hotels that under solid beams dish out the county’s finest meat and veg.These are often frequented as retreats, perfect for enjoying after wandering the city’s streets, marvelling at history and architecture sublime.
Everything is evocative of the country – fragrant and salty, punchy and complex.This practice was considered so stressful it was eventually banned under the European convention of human rights(! Former pupils are given the nickname Old Wykehamists, and their number includes various members of the Fiennes and Bonham Carter families, comedian Tim Booke-Taylor, the singer-songwriter Robyn Hitchcock, Benedict credits his school with channeling his excess energy into the performing arts, particularly when it became clear that his future was not an academic one: “I did sort of blow my GCSEs out of the water.I couldn’t believe it and neither could my teachers.And then there was a lot of pressure on me to achieve an Oxbridge level of brilliance at A-levels.” Oh, and one last fact: Harrow boys invented squash.Wellington College The only school in this list that is not named after the place in which it was built, Wellington sits in Crowthorne, Berkshire, and was built as a tribute to the Duke of Wellington, and had a duty to educate the children of officers who had died in the line of duty.