The Home of the Archives of Pangbourne College and the Old Pangbournian Society
Click to visit the Digital Archive Collection an ever growing library of photographs and publications. To date the OP Society has generously funded the digitisation of The Log, The Old Pangbournian Society Magazine and a large collection of photos.
Click to view the Photo Gallery, a collection of images from recent events, news and stories from Pangbournians. Please do send your pictures to the Development Office for inclusion in the various publications.
Recent issues of the Pangbournian Magazine from 2011-present are available to download here.
Older issues have recently been added to the Digital Archives.
A small collection of books are available to download here, including copies of The Old Pangbournian Record, Volumes 1 and 2, which is a collection of Old Pangbournian obituaries written by Robin Knight.
Sue Carpenter joined the College in April 2023. Sue is a parent of an Old Pangbournian and is the Alumni Relations Officer and Archivist for the college.
With long experience working with the National Trust, and with prep school archives she is well placed to continue the excellent legacy left to the College and OP Society by Lionel Stephens. His excellence in preserving records dating back to the founding of the College in 1917, means generations to come can continue to enjoy our proud history.
Sue is available to respond to queries, and will happily meet anyone who would like to visit the College Archives, currently held in Devitt House.
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Michael Layard served in the Falklands as the most senior naval officer on board Atlantic Conveyor, experiencing the full horror of war when the ship … More...
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