2018 OP Magazine published

  The 48th issue of the OP Magazine, The Pangbournian, has been published. All OPs whose addresses are on the OP data base held at the College should by now have received a copy. If you have not, please contact Joanne Whitmore at Joanne.Whitmore@pangbourne.com  who will arrange to send you a copy.   The Magazine…

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James Lambden (04-06)

British soldiers rescue five tourists after boat capsizes in Atlantic   British soldiers on a sailing expedition in the Atlantic Ocean have saved the lives of five German and Swiss tourists after their boat capsized according to a report on Sky News 27th December 2017.   The group of sailors got into trouble after their…

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First OP North American Reunion – A Success!

   (L-R): Karen Hartshorn, David Nicholson, Peter Lonstrup, Headmaster, Julian Coles, Phillip Plato, Tiger Leahu, Richard Kendall, Gyles Thornely, Michael Keigwin, Charlie Bown.     “A small but enthusiastic band of OPs, Honorary OPs and partners gathered in Chicago for the weekend of 27-28 October for the first known OP North America event,” writes Karen…

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84th AGM of the OP Society held in London

The 84th AGM of the Old Pangbournian Society was held at 6.00pm on 17th October, 2017 at the Naval Club, 38 Hill Street, London W1J 5NS. The AGM was followed by a Committee meeting and by a reception afterwards in the club library. About 40 OPs attended.   The retiring chairman of the Society, Merrick…

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Flower Festival ends centenary year

  The 4th Flower Festival  in the College’s history, and the first since 2007, closed its doors October 15th with a short service in the Falklands Islands Memorial Chapel  following a highly successful two-day show that attracted more than 1,200 people to the College.   Designed to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Pangbourne College and…

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