Centenary Cup won by a Donaldson

                    The second OPGS competiton for the knock-out Centenary Cup was held during the summer of 2016. Twentythree players took part at a variety of courses. The semi-finalists were William Donaldson, Giles Fuchs, Kingsley Borrett and Mark Dumas.   The final was held at Sunningdale on…

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Tony Morrow (58-62)

            (C) PA from the Daily Telegraph     Commodore A.J.C. Morrow (58-62), the last commander of the Royal Yacht Britannia  shown in the picture above as the vessel sailed down the Thames in 1997 on her way to being decommmissioned,  has joined a campaign started by The Daily Telegraph…

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Nelson appeal on Tenerife

John Lucas (60-64), a leading light in the business community in Tenerife, is part of a charity appeal trying to raise funds for a monument to Lord Nelson to be placed in the grounds of a church on the island. He writes:   “I belong to a local Spanish historical society calling itself  ‘The Friends…

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George Oliver (94-99)

                    George Oliver (94-99), the Atlantic Ocean rower, has a new berth as Chief Officer of m.y. Atlante. Previously from 2012-16 he had sailed on m.y. Harmony in various capacities. Originally trained as a quantity surveyor, George switched career directions in 2010 with a stint selling…

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Steve Edwards (80-87)

Steve Edwards (80-87), a long time police officer in the Metropolitan Police Force, remains in charge of the large Chiswick station in west London. In the summer of 2016 he messgaged residents in Chiswick Homefields district urging them to share their concerns with the local police force – “We need to hear more from you”…

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