Philip Bellamy (48-53)

Philip Bellamy (48-53) lives in Switzerland. In retirement he spends much of his “free” time making radio-controlled boats and now has a fleet of some 30 or more boats, most of which are models from the Coastal Forces. Through model boat building he got to know another OP resident of Switzerland – Chris Gilson-Taylor (57-61).…

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James Mackenzie (87-92)

                    The new OP Rep in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, James Mackenzie (87-92), reports:   “Ian Busby suggested I share with you news on some recent success that I had at work in 2016. Each year the top sales individuals from across the country at Rogers are…

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Margaret Points

We are sorry to announce the passing of Margaret Points, wife of former Headmaster Peter Points, on Monday 23 January in Hampshire. During his 19 years at Pangbourne, Margaret was a constant source of support to Peter and a familiar figure around the College to many OPs. Messages of condolence can be sent to the…

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P.L. Byrne (58-63)

Les Byrne (58-63) is one of 12 members of the all-conquering 1962 1st XV who will meet together for the first time in more than 50 years at the centenary OP Dinner at the College on Friday April 21st. He writes: “After Pangbourne I went into the Oil Industry selling equipment used for extraction and production…

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Peter Middleton (57-61)

                Peter Middleton (57-61),  now retired, got in touch following the death at the end of 2016 of his lifelong friend and neighbour in Scartho, Grimsby,  Ross Bacon (59-62).  Peter wrote:   “After Pangbourne in 1961, I joined New Zealand Shipping Co. as a cadet, and for the…

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R.M. Roberts (58-63)

                    R.M. Roberts (58-63) arranged a hugely successful reunion of the 12 surviving members of the unbeaten rugby 1st XV at the College in conjunction with the April 21, 2017 OP centenary dinner.   Bob, a speedy wing-threequarter who was an England Under 19 XV trialist…

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