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Pangbourne Stories: Told by Old Pangbournians

The College Archivist Sue Carpenter, kindly supported by the Old Pangbournian Society, is undertaking a new project to collect stories and memories from Old Pangbournians told in their words.

We will be undertaking a series of video interviews in person at the College and in London (venue tbc) and via zoom. The aim is to record individual memories and record footage in groups.

Sue will be writing indivually to those that the OP Society has recommended have particularly interesting stories to tell, but we are also seeking volunteers who would like to take part.

If you would like to learn more about the project, or are willing to participate, please contact Sue at sue.carpenter@pangbourne.com

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