Revd Anthony Bewes
Anthony leads the Lymington Rushmore team. He was at Stowe School before reading History and Politics at Birmingham University. That was followed by youth work in the East End of London and two years teaching Theology back at Stowe. He subsequently read Theology at Oxford prior to parish ministry in Kent. Anthony loves various sports (though is becoming more of an armchair enthusiast with the passing of time), fly fishing and collecting antique prints others would throw away. Married to Nicola, they have four young children and live in Oxford.
Revd David Reid
Junior Camp Leader
David heads up our Junior Holidays. He loves living in Oxford (having moved here back in 2002), but as a keen sailor he wishes it was just a little closer to the sea! David was an undergraduate at Durham University where he studied Natural Sciences, had a second stint as a student when he was training for ordination, and then spent nine years working for a church in Oxford. He is married to Helen and they have two small children (Timothy and Rachel) who are very excited about being taught by their Dad to sail a boat one day!
Frankie is no stranger to Oxford, having studied Spanish and Italian at Oxford University. After graduating she spent three years working at Dean Close School, Cheltenham, and being trained at a local church, before joining the Lymington Rushmore team. Frankie has a Diploma in Theological and Pastoral Studies from Wycliffe Hall and she’s a trustee of TISCA, The Independent Schools Christian Alliance. She works part time for Lymington Rushmore and serves at her local church where her husband, Joel, is a curate.
Junior Staff Worker
Alex moved over from Romania in Year 12 when her father decided she needed a change of scenery. She went on to study Maths at Durham University before working at Kingham Hill School for two years as a Pastoral Assistant. Alex is delighted to have joined the staff team. She is enjoying living in Oxford and thinks that it will be the best place for her to develop her creative side as she has recently taken up watercolour painting. In her spare time, Alex loves to read, swim, go for walks and catch up with friends.
Operations & Events Coordinator
Lucy is our Operations & Events Coordinator. She grew up in Surrey and joined the team in 2016 as an Associate after three years studying Theology at Durham University. Whilst there, she loved learning ancient languages and studied Hebrew, Syriac and Aramaic. In her spare time she enjoys working out at the gym! She loves to spend time catching up with friends for coffee and exploring the many museums in Oxford.
Will grew up in Hertfordshire, and first became involved in Lymington Rushmore while at Durham University. His degree was in Economics, with a particular focus on financial markets and corporate policy towards the end of the three years. In his spare time, he mainly focuses on playing squash and trying not to fall off his bike in Oxford.
Ed first became involved with Lymington Rushmore in 2009 as a Junior member. He grew up in the small county of Rutland before moving to read Physics at the University of Bristol. Free time is spread widely between playing the little known sport of Fives, cricket to a very low standard, as well as singing and the odd toot of the trumpet.
Sophie grew up in Cambridge and was invited to Lymington Rushmore by friends at school. She then headed up north for university where she studied Psychology, particularly focused on autism in young adults. When not working she enjoys singing Hamilton and Disney with her housemates and playing board games.
Beatrice first became involved with Lymington Rushmore at the age of 11 when growing up in London. She moved to Bristol to study French and Spanish at university, and had the privilege of spending her year abroad living in Paris and on the coast of Chile. She loves travelling, exploring new places and meeting new people, drinking coffee and hanging out with friends, and musicals.
After growing up in a small Essex village, Alex moved to Bristol University to study Economics and Management. During his time there he spent as much time as possible trying to avoid the library; spending time playing or watching as much sport as possible, particularly rugby. He’s just moved to Oxford, where he loves the architecture but the traffic, less so.