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On a glorious sunny autumnal Remembrance Sunday afternoon, this year, for the first time since 2019, the roads were closed for the parade of uniform organisations through the villa… More...

Earlier this year, Phil Warren (84-87) set himself the challenge of swimming all four crossings of the Bristol Channel i… More...

Expressions of Interest invited for any OPs who were at the College in 1992 (ie:...between circa 87 to 97) More...

Pangbournian Stories

Robin Knight's book Leaders is admirable for its research assiduity and for avoiding too much Old School Tie-ism. More...

From the day it opened its doors in 1917, the Nautical College depended heavily on its naval instructors, writes Robin K… More...

Royal British Legion supporter, Mrs. Sophie Hamilton, recently laid a wreath at the site of the former concentration cam… More...

40th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FALKLANDS WAR – REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2022 More...

Community - Parents & Friends

The Chapel is buzzing with activity today as flower arrangers, including former parents Sadie Clare and Sue Hollebone from Berks, Bucks, and Oxon Flowers create their Christmas Flo… More...

Lovers of historical fiction are in for a treat on Thursday 20 October when bestselling author Robert Harris will be in … More...

Thanks to a generous grant from the Pangbourne Parents Association, the Electric Car Club is now up and running, buildin… More...

On Sunday 04 September OP Chairman Phillip Plato joined Captain Robin Batt (61-64) to lay a wreath at Trinity Gardens in… More...

Reunions & Events

Mark Dumas (64-68) again generously hosted a luncheon at the Turf Club for OPs. The lunch coincided with the South African state visit, so London was very busy that day, with The M… More...

Chairman Phillip Plato was joined by Guest of Honour Iain Percy OBE and over 100 OPs at the OP Society Dinner 2022 at th… More...

Phillip Plato & the OP Society Committee warmly invite all OPs to the Annual Dinner, held at the College on Saturday 29 … More...

College News

All members of the Pangbourne College community are invited to enter the competition to find a name for our new café by Friday 2 December. More...

On a glorious sunny autumnal Remembrance Sunday afternoon, this year, for the first time since 2019, the roads were clos… More...

CCCC Jemma Swire-Thompson had the honour of meeting Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal at St Paul's Cathedral after t… More...

Thanks to a generous grant from the Pangbourne Parents Association, the Electric Car Club is now up and running, buildin… More...

A future Pangbournian, only 13, travelled the length of the River Thames on a kayak in 8 days this summer. Nico, who's j… More...

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Chairman Phillip Plato was joined by Guest of Honour Iain Percy OBE and over 100 OPs at th More...

You are warmly welcomed to leave a message below, share your memories, and celebrate the l More...

From the day it opened its doors in 1917, the Nautical College depended heavily on its nav More...

You are warmly welcomed to leave a message below, share your memories, and celebrate the l More...

Mark Dumas (64-68) again generously hosted a luncheon at the Turf Club for OPs. The lunch More...

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