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PATRONS OF THE NTH DEGREE CLUB

Patrons of The Nth Degree Club are captains of industry, influential members of society and celebrities. Patrons play a special role in the Club, from nominating new members to hosting special dinners and events. Invitations to patrons events will be issued taking into account members special interests and business profiles. This way we can insure maximum enjoyment and promote the best networking possibilities for our members. 


The Earl of Bradford 
The Earl of Bradford is the son of Gerald Bridgeman, 6th Earl of Bradford and Mary Willoughby Montgomery.  He opened Porters English Restaurant in Covent Garden in 1979.  His second restaurant is the popular Covent Garden Grill. 

Nigel Barklem 
Nigel is Chairman of Henley Media Group, a diversified media business with interests in publishing, events, e-commerce and sampling. The Henley-based high flyer is a helicopter pilot in his spare time.  

Tim Bisley 
Tim - a leader in technology - has a long and successful track record of leading and building high-performing teams in multiple growing businesses, including companies such as McAfee and Nimsoft. He is an ardent Manchester United supporter. 

Charlie Carter 
Charlie is a Partner of BC Partners Ltd, a leading private equity firm established in 1986. BC Partners principally invests in Europe, acquiring and developing European and multinational businesses to create value in partnership with management. 

Tony Hadley 
Tony is an English pop singer-songwriter, occasional stage actor and radio presenter.  During the 1980s, he gained celebrity as the lead vocalist for the band Spandau Ballet. The father of five is a patron of the UK Huntington's Disease Association.

John De Stefano 
John runs his business based around property and development but loves hospitality and fine dining so much he bought A-Z restaurant group. The group owns many famous London restaurants including Aubergine and Zafferanos.

Peter Haworth 
Peter is Director of Business Development at National Westminster Bank.

Jason Hunt 
Jason is founder of The Crazy Bear Group, a private members’ club awarded “Best Members Club” at the London Club and Bar Awards in 2011. The original Stadhampton pub and dining rooms, The Crazy Bear, boasted champagne on tap and a daily supply of fresh Galway Oysters.

Donna Ida 
Self-confessed denim addict Donna Ida Thornton opened the first Donna Ida boutique in Chelsea in October 2006. The brand subsequently expanded to include three more boutiques, an online store and a strong base of loyal customers and fans who have embraced the concept of a specialist denim emporium.

Kenny Logan  
Kenny is Founding Director of Logan Sports Marketing Group, where he is primarily responsible for generating and identifying new business opportunities. Kenny is a former Scottish international rugby player.

Sir John Madejski OBE 
Sir John is an English businessman with commercial interests spanning property, broadcast media, hotels, restaurants, publishing and football.  He is a benefactor to many institutions, especially in academia, education and the arts. 

Patrick O’Connor 
Patrick O’Conner co-owns The Old Head of Kinsale, a world-class golfing club offering luxury members' accommodation in Co. Cork, Ireland.  The consummate business traveler, Patrick has homes both in Kinsale and the South of France. 

Christian Nellemann 
Christian is the Founder and Group CEO of XLN Telecoms, the UK’s leading provider of telecoms services for small business. In 2010, Christian received Ernst & Young’s prestigious “National Entrepreneur of the Year Award” for Business Products and Services.     

Sir Desmond Pitcher 
Liverpudlian Sir Desmond Pitcher is a former Deputy Chairman of Everton Football Club.  Sir Desmond was knighted in 1992 for his services to Merseyside. His recreational interests range from football to opera. 

John Salako 
Nigerian-born John is a former professional football player turned commentator and TV pundit. He has worked for both Match of the Day and Sky Sports. John’s hobbies include golf, cycling and cricket.

Dougray Scott 
Scott began his acting career in national theatre, television and puppet shows. His breakthrough film role was as Prince Henry in Ever After, starring Anjelica Huston and Drew Barrymore. Other film credits include Enigma and the X-Men. More recently, Dougray played Teri Hatcher’s love interest in the television series Desperate Housewives. 

Graham Simpson 
Graham is the Chairman of Millgate Homes, an award winning builder of new homes in Berkshire. 

Chris Tarrant OBE 
A radio and television broadcaster, Chris is best known as the sharp-witted quizmaster on the long-running TV quiz show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and for coining the catchphrases, “But we don’t want to give you that”, and “Is that your final answer?”.  

Brian Turner CBE
Brian is President of The Academy of Culinary Arts. He is also one of Britain's most successful and well-known chefs, having worked at Simpson’s in the Strand and The Savoy Grill among other top restaurants.  

John Virgo 
John is a former professional snooker player turned commentator and TV personality.  




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