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Salt Horse

Ewen Southby-Tailyour reviews Salt Horse, the memoir of a maverick Admiral Claude Lionel Cumberledge, edited by Robin Knight More...

The Gurkha Curry Lunch

On Friday 25th April OPs attended a very successful lunch, organised by Robin Paine (1955 - 1958) at the Gurkha Museum, Winchester More...

The OP Society Dinner 2024

On Saturday 20th April over 100 OPs gathered tor a weekend of celebration and catching up with friends. More...

OPs on parade

OPs gave a very special salute to the Head, Thomas Garnier, during the OP Celebration Weekend More...

John Flint

OPs gather to mark 40 years of some of the College's most ambitious film and theatre productions. More...

A Life in Letters

Robin Knight reviews A Life in Letters, More...

Michael Winter

You are warmly welcomed to leave a message below, share your memories and celebrate the life of Michael Ernest Winter (55 - 59) who we sadly lost in 2… More...

The Naval Review

In the latest issue of the prestigious Naval Review, three OPs who fought in the Falklands conflict in 1982 have launched a critical assault on a new… More...

An action packed read

OP Rory Copinger-Symes CBE (1978 - 1983) has a very personal recommendation for a good read. More...

Winning at Silverstone

OP Anthony Fenwick-Wilson (53 - 57) and Leo Robinson (current pupil) are separated by 7 decades, but they both share a love of Motor Racing. Their ve… More...

Peter & Tyler Butterworth

Read the extraordinary story of actor Peter Butterworth's WWII exploits as uncovered by his son OP Tyler Butterworth (1972 - 1977) More...

Mike Lubbock

Mike Lubbock (57-61) has been awarded the MBE in the 2024 King’s New Year Honours List “For services to Global Wildlife Conservation of Water Birds'. More...

Time to catch up 'down under'

Richard Hamilton (OP 92) and fellow OPs John Saunders and Oliver Peagam spent a great weekend catching up in Buradoo, Australia. More...

Chris Weston

One of the most prominent OP business leaders, Chris Weston (77-82), has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the troubled privatised monopoly Th… More...

Salt Horse

OP Robin Knight has skilfully edited this vivid autobiography of Admiral Claude Cumberledge. More...

Guess the year!

This week OP Keith Townson (60-64) and his wife Eve visited the archives for a trip down memory lane but now we need your help! More...

Dan & Nick - Fortune Favours The Brave

OP Dan Holloway (94-99) and team mate Nick Spicer come 4th in their class in the world's longest paddle race. More...

Rob Hamilton (60-65)

On the evening of The Henley Legends Dinner the assembled guests were treated to an evocative speech by Robert Hamilton, No 4 seat in the 1963 winning… More...

A Thorn in their side.

Robin Knight reviews the intriguing story of the murder of the leading anti nuclear campaigner Hilda Murrell as told by her nephew Robert Green (57-62… More...

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