The Lancing Club
A focal point for the future - a link with the past...
The Lancing Club was founded in 1877 for the benefit of former Lancing College pupils - "OLs". It now has over 4000 members in the UK and about 800 spread around the world. Membership of the Club enables members to derive the benefits of the Club and to keep in touch with each other, with the College and the Lancing Community. The Lancing Club is run by a committee of OLs and Sir Tim Rice is the President.
For further information about the Lancing Club, please contact:
Anna Norman, Foundation Office at email@example.com or call +44 (0)1273 465709.
The Lancing Club AGM and Summer Reception 2015
Please join us on Thursday 14 May at the Royal Over-Seas Club for the Lancing Club's AGM and Summer Reception. More details to follow closer to the date!
Fives - Report on the First Half of the Season
"OL Eton fives players reach (or "storm to") Barber Cup semi-final....
On Saturday 16 November The Lancing Eton Fives Club put out probably the strongest side in its history in the quarter-final match in the Barber Cup, the knock-out competition for old pupils clubs and pupils.
Our ability to field our best players paid of handsomely. It was always going to be tight match..."
To read the rest of the report please click here and expand the Fives Club tab.
Annual Dinner 2014
"Halloween night found us once again at the House of Commons – a superb venue for what proved to be another brilliant occasion – sponsored by Greg Barker MP, OL. Having survived the security inspection at the Cromwell Green entrance, we found our way to the Strangers' Bar which filled quickly with faces both half-remembered and familiar too..."
Please click here to read the rest of Angus Ross' review in the Past Events section.