From the College… Dear OPs and Honorary OPs A complete OP newsletter with pictures and stories will be coming in the near future. However, today we have a few important announcements direct from the College for OPs and Honorary OPs. The first is a survey to help the College shape its future direction; OPs…Details
Charlie Parry writes: “Good morning All. Just a quick heads up that the date for the golf match against the College has had to be changed as the original date ( 11th October ) clashed with the 2017 Seafarers’ Service at St. Paul’s cathedral. THE NEW DATE IS WEDNESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER. The…Details
Brigadier Tom Copinger-Symes (82-87), the British Army’s Head of Operations, has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list published in mid-June. Tom is one of three Copinger-Symes brothers to attend the College. He is based at Army HQ outside Andover.
Louis Bearn (07-12) has completed his final exams at the London School of Economics where he has been studying for an MSc in International Relations. Over the summer he will be completing his Dissertation while also job searching. He continues to consider a spell in the Royal Marines (“a hangover from my Pangbourne days,…Details
The 54th annual meeting of the OP Golf Society took place on Friday 9th June at the bucolic New Zealand Golf Club near West Byfleet, Surrey. In the end 18 OPs appeared on the first tee on what turned out to be a bright and breezy summer’s day interspersed with occasional showers.…Details
Tom Bishop (06-08), who lives in Oxford, has recently started his own company Tom Bishop Furniture. The business specialises in oak bowls, wooden fruit bowls and colouring pencil bowls – all made by hand by Tom. Many of the items are sold on eBay. Tom can be reached at Tom.email@example.com …Details
Patrick Roberts (71-75) joined the Board of Governors of Pangbourne College in May, 2017. He is the current Bursar of Cranleigh School in Surrey where he has been part of a leadership team that has overseen an extensive expansion of the school in the past decade. He says that he “looks forward to…Details
Cliff Bragg (46-49) who died in Johannesburg, South Africa on May 13th, 2017 aged 85, was for many years the OP Society Rep in Port Elizabeth. He is survived by his wife Beryl, his son Philip and his two daughters Caroline Bragg and Nicola Contival. At Cliff’s request a wake was held…Details