Joanna Green (93-95)

              From Henley Joanna Green (93-95) writes to say: “I can’t quite believe where the time has gone! In hindsight, it’s strange to think there were only four of us girls at the College when I was there. It felt perfectly normal. After leaving Pangbourne, and with much time…

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Andrew Tesoriere (64-68)

                In August, 2015, Andrew Tesoriere (64-68) was appointed Head of the European Union Border Assistance Mission(EUBAM) to Moldova and Ukraine. Speaking about his appointment Ambassador Tesoriere said: “I am delighted to have been selected for this position. I very much look forward to consolidating and strengthening EUBAM’s…

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Michael Askwith (59-63)

                      Michael Askwith (59-63), who worked for the UN Development Programme for 30 years, spent much of the 18 months jointly collecting and editing an Evidence Report for the UN – The UN at 70, and the UK. The report was launched in a House…

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V.R. Gibson (56-59)

                      Nautilus Telegraph, the online publication of NUMAST, the global shipping trade union, ran a profile in May of Victor Gibson (56-59). Since the NCP, Victor has had a varied and challenging career linked to the sea beginning with a stint in the Merchant Navy…

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Megan Gidden (08-15)

Megan Gidden (08-15) was joint CCCC and Captain of Equestrian Team in her final year. After Pangbourne she moved to Brighton University to read for a BSc Hons in Geology. University life, she writes, is “very different to Pangbourne; however, it has become just as enjoyable. I still feel connected to Pangbourne through the OP…

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James Ferris (99-03)

James Ferris (99-03), who lived in the USA, is reported to have died with his wife in a car crash in Seattle, in Washington State in the United States, in the autumn of 2016. He left two young children aged five and three who have returned to the UK to their grandparents. At present we…

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Jon Beadon (62-67)

Jon writes: “I emigrated to South Africa only six months after leaving Pangbourne, and settled in Durban, worked as a diver and then as an assistant curator at the Durban Aquarium. This led me to catching and training marine mammals, which kept me busy for seven years. During that time I came across a few…

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