OP Squad vs Shiplake as of 4.11.15

OP Squad against Shiplake so far from Willy Hardcastle: 1. TBC 2. James Billyeald 3. TBC 4. James Wilson 5. Charlie Davey/Ashley Pulleyn 6. James Baker / Charlie Davey 7. Aaron McGroarty / Sam Hewick / Nat Rennie 8. Jordan Lightfoot / Will Harwood 9. James Groves 10. Jack Muggridge / Alex Bancroft 11. Freddie…

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Tim Le Couteur (58-62)

      Tim Le Couteur (58-62), whose sailing memoir Thirty Years Around the World published in 2015, is reviewed in the Book Review section of this website has semi-retired to a beach house in Arran Bay at the eastern end of Waiheke Island on the northeast coast of North Island, New Zealand.    …

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Andrew Bennett (02-07)

    After Pangbourne Andrew attended the Royal Agricultural College 2007-10 before beginning a career as a Negotiator in the Estate Agency business working with four agencies in London and the SouthEast over the following four years.   In September, 2015 he changed direction and joined G3 Comms as an Account Executive. G3 Comms is…

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Centenary book – final discount offer

      OPs who wish to have their name included in the list of subscribers in the illustrated history of the College have until November 9th to respond to the latest, and last, offer from the publishers, Third Millennium Information (TMI).   By subscribing now you will save £12.50 on the £45 cover price…

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S.B. HOSEGOOD (37-41)

Sam Hosegood (37-41) died in October, 2015. He was 92 and always remembered his days at the NCP with affection. His good friend Erik Bjorkstrand (52-55) writes:   “Sam left Pangbourne in 1941. During the Second World War he served in the Merchant Navy both in home waters and in the Far East. He experienced…

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Edwin Humphreys (62-65)

In October, 2015, Edwin Humphreys (62-65) gave a very eloquent eulogy at the funeral of his older brother Tim (56-60 – see Obituaries). After the NCP Edwin worked for IBM in London and was soon transferred to Dublin where he married and has remained ever since. He is now retired. He tragically broke his neck…

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