The O.P. Record is published

    As part of its contribution to the 2016-17 College centenary and exhibition, the OP Society has sponsored the publication of a 271-page book containing OP obituaries and death notices issued in various forms and places between 1921 and 2016.   Collected and edited by Robin Knight (56-61), the book consists of  1,250 entries,…

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Successful Summer Rally for OP Yacht Club

Peter Kewish (84-89) reports: “The OPYC Summer Rally was held at Yarmouth the weekend of 20-22 May, 2016. Yarmouth is a delightful little town offering everything a boatman could possibly want, a sheltered harbour overlooked by the historic castle, boutique shopping, pubs and eateries galore. First to arrive was TIWANA (Ian Williams; 61-63), whose maiden voyage…

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Rowing successes by young OPs

At the recent British University rowing championships at Nottingham, four OPs went away with medals:   * Georgia Francis (08-13) won the women’s championship single sculls. She is a student at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham. * Emily Wilks (09-12) won bronze in the women’s Championship V111s rowing for London University. * Isabel Metcalfe (09-14) won…

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Centenary book is launched at the College

  The illustrated history of the College published in connection with the centenary of the College was launched at a reception in Drake on March 22. About 150 members of the Pangbourne community including current parents, governors, members of staff, retired governors, retired members of staff and a number of OPs attended.   In a…

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Centenary book published

    An illustrated history of Pangbourne College 1917 – 2016 has now been published by Third Millennium Information, an imprint of Profile Books Ltd.   Authored by OP Robin Knight (56-61), with more than 60 contemporary images taken by OP Angus Thomas (77-81),  an award-winning Getty photographer,  the book consists of 12 chronological chapters, 192…

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