Oliver Parker (70-75)

                      Oliver Parker (70-75)  runs his own management consultancy NonExecDirect based on a blend of higher education teaching skills and 30 years’ international business management experience gained from working with companies such as Land Rover, Caterpillar and Bridgestone-Firestone.     Since 2009 he has been…

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Rama Dhani (92-96)

                      Rama went to Westminster University after Pangbourne and gained a BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering. He then migrated to the University of New South Wales 1999-2001 where he completed an MEng Sc needed to become a structural engineer.   Since then his career spans…

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Raymond Layard (55-59)

                      Raymond writes: “I became Clerk to the Horners’ Company in 1998 and served until the beginning of last year (2014)  when I became a Warden and was installed as Master in February this year. I have four more months as Master. The Horners are…

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David Brown (92-99)

David Writes:   “On reading the OP Magazine #45 I noticed that I was listed as a “Lost OP”. So here is an update:   “In 2000 I graduated in 2000 with BSc Honours in Geology, then again in 2001 with MSc in Petroleum Exploration. I am currently working on MSc Drilling Engineering.   In…

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Michael Askwith (59-64)

                  Following a high profile 30-year career in the United Nations Development Programme and with other UN agencies which took him around Africa, the Mideast, Europe and North America, Michael Askwith (59-63), now based in the West country, has undertaken more than 60 short-term missions for the UNDP…

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R.W. Grenside (52-55)

Robin Paine (55-58) was on a cruise in the Eastern Mediterranean when he met up by chance with Richard Grenside (Hesperus 1952-55) on board Seaborne Odyssey sailing from Istanbul to the Black Sea and back through the Bosphorus and Dardanelles to Izmir. He writes: “Richard left the NCP in 1955 to join Cable & Wireless,…

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Peter Tambling (50-53)

Peter writes: “The MN Sunday parades at the London Cenotaph and at the Trinity Square Gardens went well in the good weather. The Cenotaph part was ruined by the overhead clatter from police helicopters circling above, for reasons unknown, but it was excessive believe me. Nobody heard anything from those Clergy and Admirals taking part.…

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