Patrick Griffith (72-75)

Patrick Griffith (72-75), the OP Rep. in Palma, Mallorca writes: “To give a brief run down since leaving college here it is:- Macquarie 72-75. 1st VIII 1975. Part of the Irish Gang at the time. On leaving College I was studying marine engineering in the regional technical college in Cork (75-78) when my sponsoring company…

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Tim Goodenough (87-93)

Tim Goodenough (87-93), the new OP Rep in Switzerland, went to Bristol University for a while after the Junior School and Macquarie. “I did degrees in engineering and found the student life hard to kick. However, I did manage to leave eventually and moved to Switzerland in 2002 with Nestle to work on coffee,” he…

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Where Are They Now?

                    The photo printed on p26 of the latest issue of The Pangbournian, provided by Tony Morrow (58-62) has produced one response to date – from Richard Givan (57-60)   Richard believes that the cadet in the front row on the left, next to Ian Shuttleworth…

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C.R.E. Compton (33-36)

Lt. Cdr. Charles Compton (33-36) died on 23 February, 2015. He was 95. Thanks to information supplied by his son, the writer Nic Compton, details of his life are as follows. Born in Hong Kong, he spent three years at the NCP and won a Royal Life Saving Society medal in 1934. Three years later…

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Lucy Dickinson (01-06)

        “As some of you may know I’m doing a charity boxing fight on March 22 in support of Cancer Research. It is being run by Ultimate White Collar Boxing and involves 8 weeks training. The event will be held at Wokefield Park, Reading. If you would like to donate to a…

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