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Help us to find a new name for the café and win a £100 voucher!

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.
23 Nov 2022
College News

Help us to find a new name for the café and win a £100 voucher!

Mrs Celeste Garib, Head of Marketing & Communications, writes:

We are running a competition to find a name for our new café.

All members of the Pangbourne College community are invited to submit their name suggestions to: celeste.garib@pangbourne.com by Friday 2 December. A committee will then create a shortlist of names for you to vote on before Christmas. The new café name will be announced when we return to College in January. 

Our caterers, Thomas Franks have kindly donated a £100 high street voucher which will be awarded to the person who puts forward the 'winning' name. So get your thinking caps on and put forward your suggestions by Friday 2 December.

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