Colin Miller (58-62) Open Studio

The well-known OP sculptor, Colin Miller (58-62), is holding an Open Studio exhibition of his recent work 24th May – 8th June at his studios in north Norfolk. The doors of the studio will be open every day from 11.00am to 5.00pm. The address is Sea Grass, Saxlingham Road, Blakeney, Norfolk NR25 7PB. Colin may…

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Golfers required!

The annual meeting of the OP Golf Society will take place on Tuesday June 10th at Huntercombe GC, near Henley-on-Thames. Entry is limited to 36 players (male and female). The format will be 18 holes individual competition in the morning, and 18 holes foursomes after lunch. Individuals may play both morning and afternoon or morning…

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Wanted: OP cricketers to play the College!

An OP XI captained by James Allsop will play the College in a T-20 game on Founders’ Day, Saturday July 5th on Big Side. James Allsop  jimbillbobsop@yahoo.com   or the new Master-in-charge of cricket Ed Phillips  Edward.Phillips@pangcoll.co.uk  would like to hear from any OPs who wish to play. The game will start at about 1300 hours…

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OP City & Livery Group reception

The OP City and Livery Group has organised an evening reception on the Quarterdeck aboard HQS Wellington on the Embankment, London, on Monday 23 June at 1800 for 1830 until 2030. Organiser Sinclair Rogers writes: “Please bring a guest! At the reception we shall serve drinks and canapés for a cost of £36.00 per person…

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Epic charity ride by Bill Bailey (58-62)

MHS (Bill) Bailey (58-62) writes: “Three bicycle riders – former Royal Marines Des Enoch and Bill Bailey and a ‘civvie’ friend Mark Powell – recently completed a charity ride on Tenerife, that no sane person would have started had they any inkling of the weather to be encountered.  The course included about 18 kms between…

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Article on OP hero published

A lengthy article on C.M.B. Cumberlege (19-22) has been published on the web. The site of the Royal Navy Research Archive has published a lengthy article on Lt. Cdr. Mike Cumberlege RNR, the OP who won a DSO and bar and Greek Medal of Honour for his exploits when working for the Special Operations Executive…

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Historic binoculars bought for College archive

Thanks to the generosity of the OP Society Chairman, Merrick Rayner (68-73), a pair of binoculars won by Chief Cadet Captain R.G. Smallwood (30-32) in 1932 have been purchased for the College archives.    A volunteer at a hospice in Sheffield contacted the College by email early in April to see if there was any…

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