COLOURS 2012

Latest issue of the impressive Pangbourne College magazine published. OPs wishing to receive a copy of the latest issue of the Pangbourne College magazine Colours should contact Lindsey Hughes Lindsey.Hughes@pangcoll.co.uk or Caroline Kemp Caroline.Kemp@pangcoll.co.uk in the marketing department at the school or by calling them on 0118 984 2101. The new issue, 72-pages in length,…

Details

OPs urged to update Business Directory

Three and a half years after its launch the OP Business Directory now covers 37 separate business categories from Aviation to Wine Making. To grow the directory and make it as useful as possible to as many OPs as possible, we need more individuals to add details of their work and skills. Following an earlier…

Details

DAVID OLDRID POWELL MBE (31-35)

David Powell (31-35), who died on October 3rd 2012, was a widely respected member of the farming and local community, whilst also being the much loved centre of his large family. He was a man with boundless energy, enthusiasm and good humour. David was born in Kandy, Sri Lanka (then Ceylon), the son of a…

Details

Andrew Gordon-Lennox (62-66)

In September, 2012, Andrew began a third career as the Clerk to the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass. The company, number 53 in the City order of Livery precedence, has its Hall on the river at the south side of London Bridge. It concentrates on the artistic side of glass manufacture. After…

Details

OP to lecture on the River Thames

Adrian Stow (54-58) writes: “Our O.P. colleague, Admiral John Lang (1954-59), is giving a talk at the Royal Thames Yacht Club (60, Knightsbridge, London SW1) on the 31st January, 2013, commencing at 1845 hrs. He will be exploring the history of the River Thames and its part in shaping the City of London. The talk…

Details

Louis Carrel (62-67)

Louis (Illawarra 62-67) lives in Limassol, Cyprus, and has let the OP Society know that he would be happy to be the contact for that area. His e-mail is louiscarrel@btinternet.com Louis had lived in Cyprus for some 14 years when M.D. of V Ships and decided to stay on in retirement two years ago, so…

Details

Nicholas Courtney (58-62)

Nick Courtney (58-62) began working as a land agent for Colin Tennant on the Caribbean island of Mustique in 1971 and remained involved with the mercurial Lord Glenconner (as he later became) to the end of his life. They were working together on Tennant’s autobiography when he died in 2010. Appointed as the peer’s literary…

Details

Mark Martin (79-84)

After Pangbourne I studied Urban Land Management at what was Portsmouth Polytechnic. Subsequently I worked in London’s West End for most of the 1990s at Hillier Parker buying, selling and leasing property as an agent for such clients as the Crown Estate and Land Securities. The move to Sydney in 1997 was very much a…

Details

Richard Morrell (76-80)

After completing his Arts degree, Richard worked in California for several years, developing his own photographic style using an old-fashioned 5×4 film camera and combining it with what was then new computer illustration and image manipulation. This led to commercial contracts with image libraries, magazines and book publishers. He is now Creative Director of Sophie…

Details