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Michael Jarvis at Westminster School in October 2017 standing below a list of Captains of the Queen's Scholars, a post he held in 1968/69; seen here with Hein Mante, this year's Captain.15 Nov, 2017

Michael Jarvis, who has been treasurer and trustee of the UK charity, Waterford School Trust, for over 40 years, is visiting Waterford on 16-20 November 2017.

Michael Jarvis has lived in London for the whole of his life with the exception of the most memorable year he spent as a volunteer teacher at Waterford Kamhlaba in 1969/70. With that experience behind him he decided, on return, to give up his place at Cambridge University and train as a Chartered Accountant.

Having qualified with Dixon Wilson, a firm with offices in London and Paris, Michael went on to spend the whole of his working life with them, latterly specialising in investigations and Court-related work, and eventually becoming managing partner.

Michael has served as treasurer and trustee of the UK charity, Waterford School Trust, for over 40 years and has seen over £5 million pass through its accounts since 2000 for the benefit of WK.

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