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Lancing College and The OL Club sign agreement for closer ties
The close connection between Lancing College and The OL Club has been strengthened this month with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding which will form the basis of a new working relationship. The primary...
Singapore Reunion 2018
We only had 36 hours in Singapore but took advantage of every moment and packed as much into the schedule as possible. We hosted a champagne brunch in the Dutch Pavilion at the Shangri-La for...
Hong Kong Reunion 2018
It is always a privilege to be able to visit our Lancing communities overseas. This time we only had 48 hours in Hong Kong but we made the most of every hour and managed to...
Business Network Finance Group
We were very grateful to Yongyi Neathercoat (former parent) for hosting the Finance Group at St James's Place Wealth Management on 6 March 2018. It was great to see parents and OLs from across a...
Business Network Property Group
Neesha Gopal (Manor 1983-1985) hosted the second Property Group meeting held at the Meinhardt UK offices in Aldersgate London. The event was supported by the OL Club who provided the refreshments, and attended by OLs...
Our 500th Lancing Connected member
Congratulations to Lauren Mendes ( Manor 2005-2010) our 500th Lancing Connected member. The Lancing Connected network is growing quickly providing opportunities for OLs to connect with former classmates, obtain mentoring support and sign up to...
St Nicolas Association's Burns Night
Piping in the haggis, plenty of tartan and Scottish dancing all added to the success of the St Nicolas Association’s Burns Night held on 27 January. The Dining Hall was transformed with flowers, tartan and...
OL Melbourne Reunion
It was great to see so many at the Lancing reunion in Melbourne on 14 January. OLs had travelled considerable distances to attend the event, a number from Sydney and some even further afield.
Will Macpherson OL interviews Mason Crane OL during the recent Ashes tour
Cricket at Lancing dates back to 1857, where the earliest team was captained by G Woodard, the son of the College’s founder Nathaniel Woodard. Cricket has since become one of the most popular and successful...