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Sherborne

a town in S England in Dorset: noted for its medieval abbey, ruined medieval castle, and Sherborne Castle, a mansion built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594. Pop.: 9350 (2001)
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Sherborne Investors C owned 5.48 percent of Barclays Plc as of May 10.
In its report, Sherborne added: "The investment manager's present intention is to continue its dialogue with Barclays for as long as it appears to be appropriate to do so."
With Bramson, he built a 5% stake in Barclays during their time together at Sherborne in March 2018.
Sherborne is known for its highquality and Stone Dam Mills is proud to be an official supplier.
Through Sherborne, New-York based Mr Bramson has built a 5.5% stake in Barclays to become one of the bank's biggest shareholders.
Sherborne has been relatively tight-lipped about its intentions towards Barclays but it is thought the group also wishes to influence the bank's succession plans for chairman John McFarlane.
Sherborne Qatar has announced the launch of the Sherborne Qatar Girls' School which will open, in a new building at Al Ebb, in 2020, according to a statement yesterday.
"At around midday, a call was received of a gun having been seen in a vehicle near to Sherborne Square and subsequently on Huyton Lane.
For the next year, they're in a brand new location: Sherborne, on National Trust land in the heart of Gloucestershire.
Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Martin Hughes-Games and newbie Gillian Burke, below, will present the show from Gloucestershire's 4,000-acre Sherborne Park Estate.
Sherborne Girls, Dorset Headteacher: Jenny Dwyer http://www.sherborne.com
Camila Batmanghelidjh, the founder of the scandal-hit British charity Kids Company, has admitted she cheated to gain entry to a prestigious private school in England, the Sherborne School for Girls.