Felix Spender (71-76)

        [Felix Spender second left]     In May, Entirely Construction website published an account of a visit to India by Felix Spender (71-76) as part of a team from Bristol and Bath that travelled to India to take part in the Innovate India conference in Mumbai. The event focused on ‘Smart…

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Giles Fuchs (78-83)

                      Giles Fuchs (78-83) made headlines in mid-November in his capacity as CEO of Office Space in Town.   According to a press release put out by PRNewswire, figures announced November 14, 2016 by Office Space in Town forecast  2016 revenue to grow by nearly…

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Joanna Green (93-95)

              From Henley Joanna Green (93-95) writes to say: “I can’t quite believe where the time has gone! In hindsight, it’s strange to think there were only four of us girls at the College when I was there. It felt perfectly normal. After leaving Pangbourne, and with much time…

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Andrew Tesoriere (64-68)

                In August, 2015, Andrew Tesoriere (64-68) was appointed Head of the European Union Border Assistance Mission(EUBAM) to Moldova and Ukraine. Speaking about his appointment Ambassador Tesoriere said: “I am delighted to have been selected for this position. I very much look forward to consolidating and strengthening EUBAM’s…

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Michael Askwith (59-63)

                      Michael Askwith (59-63), who worked for the UN Development Programme for 30 years, spent much of the 18 months jointly collecting and editing an Evidence Report for the UN – The UN at 70, and the UK. The report was launched in a House…

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V.R. Gibson (56-59)

                      Nautilus Telegraph, the online publication of NUMAST, the global shipping trade union, ran a profile in May of Victor Gibson (56-59). Since the NCP, Victor has had a varied and challenging career linked to the sea beginning with a stint in the Merchant Navy…

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Megan Gidden (08-15)

Megan Gidden (08-15) was joint CCCC and Captain of Equestrian Team in her final year. After Pangbourne she moved to Brighton University to read for a BSc Hons in Geology. University life, she writes, is “very different to Pangbourne; however, it has become just as enjoyable. I still feel connected to Pangbourne through the OP…

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Jon Beadon (62-67)

Jon writes: “I emigrated to South Africa only six months after leaving Pangbourne, and settled in Durban, worked as a diver and then as an assistant curator at the Durban Aquarium. This led me to catching and training marine mammals, which kept me busy for seven years. During that time I came across a few…

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