Paul Clinch (76-81) lives in Fleet, Hampshire and runs the Paul Clinch Consultancy, a learning and development service. Previously he was an Associate Director at Savills (L&P) Ltd from 2005-12. After Pangbourne he studied at Newbury College 1983-85 where he gained a Diploma in Business Studies. Since then he…Details
Richard Stinton (76-81) is an Enterprise Solutions Architect for the iland EMEA business. He has over 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, most recently in the Cloud space with island, Microsoft Azure and VMware. Starting out in Engineering CAD/CAM and GIS systems…Details
Grant Machpherson (79-86), a corporate lawyer, has been living in the Netherlands for the last 18 months. Now married, he has two little girls. He is looking forward to attending a 30-year reunion dinner in September/October at the College for all those who left in 1986.
Our Rep in New South Wales has been in the health wars recently. He writes: “Some may recall that I was to leave for UK/Europe five days after the Sydney lunch on 23rd April. A week after arrival I was hospitalised with acute pneumonia /pulmonary fibrosis. I landed in Homerton, one of the NHS flagship…Details
[The Natural Hisory Museum, London] Fresh from the critical and popular success of specially-commissioned work on the Pangbourne College illustrated centenary book (published in March 2016; available from the College Shop for £35), Angus Thomas Photography and OP Angus Thomas (75-81) has gone from success to success this summer. “It’s been a…Details
Hedge fund owner David Harding (72-78) was featured in a lengthy interview in the Business section of The Sunday Times in July – a decision to be “a bit more open” which, he said, followed his involvement as a major financial backer of the losing Remain campaign in the European Union referendum campaign. …Details
George Griggs (33-36) entered the Royal Navy at the start of 1938, serving in HMS Shropshire as a Midshipman. Promoted to Lieutenant early in 1940, he was in the destroyer HMS Wivern 1940-41 and helped to evacuate allied troops from the Hook of Holland, escorting convoys in the Channel and North Atlantic and, for…Details