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Lionel Stephens' Invicta Jersey Presented to the College

Nick Stephens and Jenny Thomas presented one of their father Lionel Stephens most treasured possessions to the College.

Nick Stephens and Jenny Thomas presented one of their father Lionel Stephens most treasured possessions to the College.

The 'Invicta 1962' Jersey was presented to Lionel Stephens by members of the Old Pangbournian Society on his retirement from the Committee, and was one of his most treasured possessions.

The Stephens' family have presented the jersey to the College for safekeeping, and to inspire future generations of Pangbournians.

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