Rendcomb College Magazines, Chronicles and The Rendcombian

Most Rendcomb College Magazines, also known as the Rendcomb College Chronicle in earlier times, are available below.
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Rendcombian Magazine 2015-2016 (A4 reading format) (8Mb) 62pp. By kind permission from Rendcomb College.

Rendcombian Magazine 2015-2016 (8Mb) 62pp. (Contains A3 size landscape pages). By kind permission from Rendcomb College and also available at the Rendcomb College website

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Rendcombian Magazine 2007 (12Mb) Retirement of Bobby Morgan HM 1990-2007, Plays: Amadeus, Aladdin, Honk. Music Handel's Messiah, Jazz and Rock bands, Opera, Chamber Choir. Maharajah Ball. All Sports reports.
Rendcombian Magazine 2005 (12.6Mb 108pp) Headmaster's address by Gerry Holden; Guest Speaker Prof. David Leaver; House Reports; Junior Charity Ball; Drama Les Miserables and Daisy pulls it off; Saturday Night Fever; Music - Classical, Choral, Jazz and Rock; Academic Results; Art exhibitions - Senior and Junior; Biology and Geography field trips; Outings - Stratford The Tempest, Gloucester Crown Court, Imperial War Museum; Public Speaking; Sports fixtures and Results - Rugby, Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Cross country, Lacrosse, Netball, rounders, Athletics, Riding, Clay shooting; Ski trip to Switzerland; Venetian masquerade, Sixth form BBQ; Staff leavers: Julia Morris, Richard Lester.
Rendcombian Magazine September 2004 (12Mb) HM Report from Gerry Holden, Founder's Day guest speaker Sir Crispin Tickell; Retirement David White Director of Music; New Staff -Andrew Gunning, Penny Clements, Hugh & Rosalind Marsden; College and House reports; Chinese New Year, Gatsby Evening, Talent Quest; Creative Arts - Bouncers and Shakers, Oliver, Equues, The Crucible; Arts Gallery; Public Speaking; Reports from India and Uganda schools; Interview - Commdr Hodgkinson RN (Helicopter); Travel Bursary - Chris Jeffreys; Snowdrops at Rendcomb; Theatre Club; Sports fixtues and Results; Junior School report, activities and results.
Rendcombian Magazine 2003 (12.6Mb 106pp) Headmaster's address by Gerry Holden; Staff Leavers Peter and Jane Sykes; HM visit to Japan; House reports; Charity Ball, Rock Concert, 007 Night; Plays - Little Shop of Horrors, Dangerous Liaisons; Arts Gallery; Sports Reports - Soccer, Cross country, Clay shooting, Bowls, Duke of Edinburgh; Academic trips - Science Fair, Natural History Museum, Snowdonia, Faraday Lectures; Dublin Hocket Tour, Val D'Isere Ski trip, Adventure weekend; Plays; BSES expeditions; Sports fixtures - Rugby, Hockey, Cricket, Netball, Tennis, Athletics, Golf; Junior School reports - HM Martin Watson and Lynne Watson.
Rendcombian Magazine September 2002 (20Mb) Staff changes, HM Report fom Gerry Holden, First College website, House reports, 70's Party and DIsco, Drama: One Flew over the Cuckoo's nest, Bugsy Malone, Theatre club Shakespeare plays, Rock Concert, Sports fixtures and results, Italy tour, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, Outings and Germany trip, 1st XI Cricket Tour to Malta, Junior School activities and reports.
Rendcombian Magazine 2001 (19Mb) 104pp G. Holden HM report; Opening of the Junior School, College scaffolding; Article on HTG Price founder member of the school in 1922; Drama - Diary of Adrian Mole; Theatre Club - Richard III; Orchestra and Band concerts; Japan 2001 festival; Talks - Kosovo, M Hastings BBC, Sir Donald Maitland; Interview with Richard Dunwoody MBE; Academic Outings - National Science week, Bristol, Natural History Museum, Alsace, Imperial War Museum, Bristol Zoo; Excursions - Cats; Sports; Rugby, Hockey and Cricket and Jersey Tour, Netball, Tennis, Rounders, Shooting, Cross Country, Bowls; Duke of Edinburgh Scheme; Junior School first year report - Activities, Play - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Awards and Team sports.
Rendcombian Magazine September 2000 (12Mb) 92pp Staff Leavers: Tom Denny, Hamish Auld, Judi Stocks, June Kampe and Sue Pitt; Obituary of Sir David Wills CBE, TD; HM Report from Gerry Holden; Death announcements: David Sells, Maj. Peter Birchall; Founder's Day HM Report and Guest of Honour Prof. Prestwich; Special Achievements Section; Ashley Hermitage, Charles Crisp, Hannah Ewing, James Spackman, Paul Bongiovanni, Anna de Lisle Wells, Rebecca-Claire Demczak; Drama - The Crucible, Annie; Othello at Stratford, Les Miserables; Music Concerts and Band Day, Choir and Russian Boys' Choir visit; Fashion Show; Science visit to Futuroscope France, Millennium Dome; The Wilson Sundial; Duke of Edinburgh; Excursions - Annecy France, Bonn Germany, Cheddar Gorge and Slimbridge, Wimbledon, Snowdonia, Bristol Zoo, GCHQ and Aston University; Sports Fixtures: Rugby, Hockey, Cricket & St Helier Tour, Clay Shooting, Lawn Bowls, Netball, Golf and Tennis.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1996 10Mb Review 'History of Rendcomb College Vol 2', Founders' Day Guest Gen Sir Michael Rose, Obituaries: Kathleen James, Peter Sudbury, 75th Anniversary Woodwork and Craft Exhibition in Dulverton Hall, Plays: The Comedy of Errors, Money Mad, Fashion Show, Rugby Tour to Canada, Hebrides Colonsay Field trip. Travel: Madrid, Germany, Sports Reports.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1995 (14Mb) College's 75th Anniversary - Founder's Day Tribute to Rendcomb College, Plays - Midsummer Night's Dream, The Boyfriend, Departure of Ron Kelsey
Rendcombian Magazine September 1994 12Mb 84pages Review of the year, Library improvements, Founder's Day Guest speaker - Sir Michael Angus, Music - Carmen, Qp Concerts, Arts - Guys and Dolls, Charity fund raising for Diocese and Barbados cricket tour, Outings - Jodrell Bank, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Macbeth, The Tempest, Henry V, Sports Reports - Rugby, Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Archery, Shooting.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1993 (11Mb) 88pp Chairman of Governors Torqiol Norman hands over to Allan Wyatt, Retirement of David Hawkswell and Charlotte Holdaway, First time Junior Girls join the College, Repair of College roof and chimneys, Founder's Day Guest of Honour Lord Charteris of Amisfield GCB, GCVO, QSO, OBE., Talks: Visit to Outer Mongolia, Engineers, Understanding Industry, The Schuh twins - Enno and Theda, Reminiscences - David and Joan Essenhigh, John and Anne Holt, Plays: After liverpool, Oliver!, Recitals: Philip Martin Piano, David Ponsford Organ, John Rowlands-Pritchard Voice, Sponsored Walk C raised £4,250, Visit to Oldbury Power Station, outings: Paris, London, Theatre: Antony and Cleapatra, Hamlet (Kenneth Branagh), Juno and the Paycock, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Duke of Edinburgh Gold - Dartmoor, Ridgeway Ride, Canal Holiday '93, Annecy France Exchange, Slimbridge, Sports Fixtures - Rugby, Hockey, Cricket, Netball, Tennis, Archery, Cross Country, Fishing, Judo and Squash, Art coursework, Photography and one of HRH The Princess of Wales (Thorpe Parke).
Rendcombian Magazine September 1992 (12Mb) 88pp Obituaries: Col Sir Martin Gibbs and Lord Dulverton; Profiles: Michael Slark, Ian Patterson; Founder's Day - Guest of Honour Mr Martin Rogers MA; Talks: Radon, BBC entertainment; Hustings and debates; Art works and Plays - Twelfth Night, Bugsy Malone; Stratford Theatre - Taming of the Shrew and Julius Caesar; Rendcomb Airfield reopens; Sports fixtures and Results - Rugby, Canada Tour, Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Judo, Netball, Archery and Rock Climbing.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1990 (5Mb) 84pp Photograph Main College construction, Visit by HRH Duke of Gloucester, Retirements: Kaye Knapp, Denis Price, Matron Angela Ball, Viewpoint 30 Year recollections KJK, Viewpoint: Engineer's Travels, Arts, Craft and Music, Play: Animal Farm, Outings: Winter's Tale, City of Birmingham SO, Trip: Amsterdam, Sports Fixtures.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1991 (11Mb) 80pp Rendcomb's first deputy HM - Howard 'Bobby' Morgan, 22 Duke of Edinburgh's Gold candidates, Founder's Day guest of honour Miss Rachel Trickett MA, Talks on Green Matters, Alzheimer's disease, Carry on films, Debates on 'force against Iraq' and 'Industry and conservation incompatibility', Play - The Government Inspector', Fashion at Rendcomb, Viewpoint on schools in Germany, Outings to Cadbury's and the Birmingham science museum, Artists in Paris, Severn Valley Railway, The National Gallery and Royal Academy, Arran Field Trip, Shakespeare Plays - Lear, Henry IV part 1, Twelfth Night, Much Ado at Stratford, Ridegway Ride, A Day with the Grenadiers, Rugby in Canada, Sports Reports, Skiing - Les Deux Alpes
Rendcombian Magazine September 1988 (12Mb) 100pp Building of new Boarding Houses started, New Head Master - John Tolputt and wife Patta, John Willson retirement and performance of Beethoven's Eroica, Interviews - John Tolputt, John Willson, Richard Tudor and Nicholas Ridley MP, Mike Bews - Pilot, Tim Daniels - Green Beret, Founder's Day address by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Henry Leach, GCB, Parents' Association auction, Careers and Work Experience, Talks - Paradox of Prague, Weather on other Worlds, RAF Team, Comets, How to Start a Business, Media Questionnaire, Activities and Arts, Plays - Pirates of Penzance, The Real Inspector Hound, Music - Organ Recital and Farewell Concert by John Willson, Kate Ellis, Sponsored Walk fund-raising, Tony Partridge retirement, Computer systems update, Outings - Longleat, Macbeth at Stratford, Taming of the Shrew, Rebecca, Nigel Kennedy and Stephanne Grappelli at the Wyvern, Duke of Edinburgh, Canal Trip, French Exchange - Annecy, Visits - London, Royal Show, RAF Cosford, Sports Fixtures - Rugby, Hockey Cricket, Jersey 88 Tour, Tennis, Basketball, Squash, Badminton, Sailing, Judo, Fishing and Archery.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1989 (11Mb) 80pp Extension to accommodation of Stable House and Lawn House, Picture of an original design for the Main Building, Departures of Mr Mezzo and Mrs Manners, New director of music Mr D White, Recollection - Mr Cecil John Gough OR 1920-1925, Founder's Day Guest of Honour Baroness Helen Mary Warnock DBE, Upgrade to drainage system, Talks - Sandra Taylor in Somalia, Army as Peace-Keeper, Michael Wills Memorial Lecture on Parkinson's, Cults, Opera Workshop, Rock Climbing, Educational Links, Architect's View, Arts and Music reports, Plays: Much Ado, Nicholas Nickleby, Joking Apart, Genesis and all that!, Debates, Viewpoints - Into Europe, Outings: London, 42nd Street, Royal Academy, Cabinet War rooms, Sponsored Cycle Ride, Rugby Tour - Portugal, Black Country Ring by Narrowboat, Theatre trips: Romeo and Juliet, An Inspector Calls, To Kill a Mocking-Bird, Juno and the Paycock, Waiting for Godot, Midsummer Night's Dream, Guys and Dolls, Visit to RAF Lyneham, Scientists to Oxford, Sports Fixtures and Results.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1987 (13Mb) 101pp Retirement of Roger and Mary Medill, salutations and text of HM address, Founder's Day speeches from the Chairman and Mr Hamish Orr-Ewing, Election Opinion Poll, Profile of Mr Tony Partridge, Chaplain's Notes from Rev Peter Sudbury, Lecture: Professor JCR Turner, Talks: Norris McWhirter CBE, Captain FH Dell and Mr Elgood, Food Chain by Mr Oscar Colburn CBE, The Cult scene, Outings - Stratford A Midsummer Night's Dream, Fair Maid of the West, Henry IV part I, Henry V, KIss Me Kate, Twelfth Night, The Mechant of Venice, West Side Story, Outings: Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust, Portsmouth, Longleat, Birmingham Railway Museum, Ironbridge Gorge Museum, Duke of Edinburgh Gold Expedition, Black Country Canal Experience, Music, Anglo-Japanese Concert, Orchestral and Choral Concert, 'High Crisis', Mozart, Plays: A Midsummer Night's Deams, Ernie's Incredible Illucinations, The Wedding, Photographic Society visits the NEC, Rendcomb Film Unit, Old Rendcombian Society reprint, Sports Fixtures and Results - Rugby, Hockey, Cricket and Tour to Jersey, Squash, Tennis, Basketball, Netball, Badminton, Judo, Archery and Sailing.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1985 (12Mb) 92pp Issue #3 Announcement of the death of Admiral Sir Richard Clayton; Article in Insurance of satellites with NASA photographs; Torquill Norman chairman of governors; Departure of Bob Roberts and Miss M Bliss teacher of bell ringing; News of ORs; HM Report by Roger Medill; Interviews - Major Peter Birchall, Sir Louis Le Bailly; Landage field before and after; Duke of Edinburgh; Trips and outings to RN engineering college Manadon, Portsmouth, Wookey Hole, Coal mine; Michael Wills Lecture - Listening to Satellites, Exploration of the Moon, Treasures of the Bodleian Library by David Vaisey; Woodworks and Arts reports; Plays - Twelfth Night, When Adam delved; Theatre - Hamlet; Sports Reports - Rugby, Hockey, Cricket, tennis, Squash, Netball, Sailing, Climbing, Sailboarding, Archery, Judo and Basketball.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1986 (9Mb) 82pp Issue #4 Obituary John B. Fell Staff 1934-1973, Obituary Summary Charles C. Douglas-Home Governor 1981-1985, Address by Sir Patrick Nairne, GCB, MC, MA, Installation of self-service meals, Computer Room, Stables bridge repairs, Talks: Dr JK White, Hamlet workshop, David Kossoff, Ballooning, OUtings: Sponsored Walk, Biology Field trip, London, Greenwich, Longleat, Skiing- Obergorgl, Plays: HMS Pinafore, Oliver Twist, Rendcomb History and first policeman, Sports fixtures and Results.
Rendcombian Magazine September 1983 (6Mb) 60pp Issue #1 Chairman's Speech by Sir David Wills, Obituary - Keith Thorne, Retirement - David Sells, Trips - Rome, London, Oxford, Stratford "Twelfth Night", Plays - Dr Faustus, Whole Lotta Grief, Educating Rita, Arts, Drama and Sports Results, Climbing - Wintour's Leap

Rendcomb College Magazines Archive

Rendcomb College Magazines are saved in The Old Rendcombian website archive.

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Rendcomb College Magazine September 1976
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Rendcomb College Magazine September 1975
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Rendcomb College Magazine September 1974
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Rendcomb College Magazine September 1973
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Rendcomb College Magazine September 1972
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Rendcomb College Magazine August 1971
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Rendcomb College Magazine August 1970
Rendcomb College Magazine April 1970

Rendcomb College Magazine December 1969 (Rendcombe poem of historical significance)
Rendcomb College Magazine April 1969

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1968 (Language Lab, Lord Shawcross Speech, Exhibitions, New Study Block, Snowdonia walking)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1968
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1968 (Obituary J. Tooze, Play - Luther)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1967

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1967 (DN Griffiths Rector to replace JP Hart)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1967 (Play - Becket)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1966
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1966

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1965
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1965

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1964 (JH Simpson memorial Lectern, Kitchen extension, Motor Club)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1964 (Obituary: PS. Harris, Fete and Exhibitions)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1963 (Obituary: DC. Terrett, Swimming Gala, Exhibition)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1963 (Water supply following Winter freeze, Play - Tiger at the Gates, Gift of Billiards Table)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1963 (Dr FG Gladstone Retirement letter)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1962 (111 boys in school, HM House completed, Motor Club receives 1939 Model 8, Play - The Lark)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1962 (JC James interregnum , New Classrooms)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1962 (WJD White joins Staff)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1961 (Swimming Pool, Welcome AOH Quick, JH Simpson memorial prints)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1961
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1961 (Profile new Headmaster AOH Quick)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1960 (DW Lee-Browne Obituary)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1960 (Recast of College Bell)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1960 (1959 Drought, Water pumping, Estate History)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1959 (Books by ORs, Refurbishments)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1959 (JH Simpson Obituary)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1959 (Illness of the HM and JC James commencement as interim head master)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1958 (New Changing Rooms, Founder's Day Play, Modernisation of Labs)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1958 (Obituary Mrs JH Simpson March 1958)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1958 (New changing rooms. Tree management in the Park)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1957 (Obituary JA van Coillie, Library refurnishing, Commemoration Day, New pianos).
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1957 (Industrial fund for the advancement of scientific education in schools. College Exhibition)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1957 (Obituary Lord Dulverton, Fatal accident on Rendcomb Hill)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1956 (Obituaries EB Smith and JFS Meiklejohn, Founder's Day guest speaker Marquess of Exeter)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1956 (Rendcomb Water Supply, Jazz Concert, Film - Jacques Cousteau, Replacement of School bell by Dr Gladstone, Exhibitions)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1956 (Rendcomb drought, Dining Room extension, St Peter's Church, Play - Twelfth Night, First 45rpm record purchase)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1955 (Induction of Revd VSM Wheeler, Report of inclement weather in May, Laboratory decoration, College bell-ringing, Cycle Tag, Badger watching)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1955 (Obituary of Philip Mew, Exhibition, Plays and Lectures, Film Martin Lither, Lodges Races records stated, Natural History, Leeches, Lake vegetation - some history)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1955 (New Clock in Clock Hall, D de G Sells joins Staff, Dining Hall extension, New Church Organ, Outings - Much Ado, Richard II, Natural History-Owl Pellets, Bird sightings, Myxomatosis disease report)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1954 (New organ installation in St Peter's Church, Weather affected many Sports fixtures, Epidemic, Natural History Supplement)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1954 (Severe frost and frozen lake, Play: Charley's Aunt, Outings: The Shoemaker's Holiday, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Quayle, McKern), Concert: Mozart, Grieg, Dr Gladstone lecture: The Grand Fleet, Natural History Supplement)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1954 (Christmas Party and Taxi model, 200th QP Concert, Play Henry V)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1953 (Replacement of College Stairs and redecoration, Founder's Day Guest of Honour Lord Freyberg VC, BBC choir recording, Outdoor Play: The Mock Doctor, Visits: Cheltenham Festival, King Lear, Merchant of Venice)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1953 (Obituaries: HFN Inge Rector, RND Wilson Schoolmaster, Gift of 10 Rugger posts from Mr D Wills, Visit to Sadlers Wells, Hockey Report)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1953 (Extension of the park area games field, Play-Ambrose Applejohn's Adventure, Visit to Cheltenham Festival, Sports reports)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1952 (Exceptional Honours year, Founders' Day Guest of Honour - Rt Hon WS Morrison Speaker of the House of Commons, Visits - Cheltenham Festival, Theatre - As you Like It and Volpone at Stratford, Sports Reports)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1952 (Record of the death of King George VI and proclamation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Lodges Race Senior record: de Payer 13m 7secs, Theatre trips to Stratford -The Tempest and Bristol - Two gentlemen of Verona, Cheltenham Festival, Concert and Sports Reports)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1952 (Mr C Swaine takes over Biology, Visit to the University Observatory Oxford, Stratford - Henry V, Football report)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1951 (Founders' Day guest speaker Sir Robert J Sinclair, proposed change from Association Football to Rugby Football, New field open, Change to regulation clothing and academic schedule, School War memorial, Expeditions - Stratford Henry IV Part I and Part II, Cheltenham Festival, Ram Gopal and his Indian Ballet, Cricket - Play now on 3 pitches)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1951 (Outings - City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Mozart, Richard II at Stratford, Lecture by Sir Harold Spencer Jones Astronomer Royal - Is there Life on other Worlds?, Puppet Players - What Next?)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine March 1951 (Outings - Merchant of Venice, Julius Caesar, Play - See How they Run, Hundredth QP Concert, Puppets presented by Mrs H Molineaux)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1950 (Founders' Day guest of honour Lord Oaksey (Justice Lawrence), Stable Block temporary Chemistry Lab created, Plays: Men in Shadow, Agamemnon of Aeschylus, Trip to Rothamsted, Sports Fixtures)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1950 (Edition dedicated to HU Molineaux, Building redecorations, Interim Teaching staff, Magazine officially named The Chronicle, Plays: Thread o'Scarlett, A Boy comes Home, The Man born to be Hanged, The Poacher, Puppet Show: The Invisible Duke, Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust visit, Lodges Race, Reconstruction of the College Playing Field)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1950 (College building works and decoration, Note of invitation to dinner by Sir Francis and Lady Goldsmid, Saul statue transportation, Trip to Ballet - Sleeping Beauty, Night sky, Games, Entertainments and the Christmas Party)

Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine December 1949 (Laboratory Exhibition, Accounts of Agricultural Camp, Badger Watching, Canoeing Trip on the Thames, First Days in the Army, Entertainments and Theatre trip, Cricket and Athletics, Games field extension)
Rendcomb College Chronicle Magazine July 1949 (Work on new Games Field restarted, Honours Mr J. B. Fell awarded MBE, Plays: Agony Column, Rising of the Moon, Dear Departed, Perfect Alibi, Reports: Ten Days in Paris, The Library, Allotments, Stoneville, Deer in Withington Woods, Sports Reports: Hockey and Running)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1949 (Part Grandsire Bells rung in honour of birth of Prince Charles, Outings to Bertram Mills' Circus, Dinners in London and Cambridge, Demonstration of Theremin instrument, Natural History Badger report)

Rendcomb College Magazine December 1948
Rendcomb College Magazine July 1948 (Extension of the Games field, a Gift from Mrs H. Sinclair)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1948

Rendcomb College Magazine December 1947 (Death of JWB Whall killed in Egypt in April 1947)
Rendcomb College Magazine July 1947 (Death of FWT James, Long freeze of 7 weeks)
Rendcomb College Magazine March 1947 (In Memoriam to those who fell in WWII, Roll of Honour, Captain EJ James Miller awarded Military Cross)

Rendcomb College Magazine December 1946 (Victory celebrations, Letter from Australia)
Rendcomb College Magazine July 1946 (JB Fell returns, HDH Wills appointed governor)
Rendcomb College Magazine March 1946 (Roll of Honour RM Ingleton, Post-War changes)

Rendcomb College Magazine December 1945 (Summer 1945, end of War in Europe, Roll of Honour W. Allan Wyon killed while serving in the Friends Ambulance Service)
Link to more information on the Friends Ambulance Service here.

Rendcomb College Magazine July 1945 (T.D. Wright Killed in Action March 1945 / P.J. Dyke awarded Croix de Guerre (with palms) for gallantry in France).
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1945 (RG Daubeny awarded OBE / Revival of Bell ringing at St Peter's Church).

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1944 (Roll of Honour / A collier's letter)
Rendcomb College Magazine June 1944 (Distinctions DD Haig DFC with Bar, HWT Bates DFC, VD Page DFC)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1944 (Captain Michael Wills missing KIA / Potato Harvest)

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1943 (Roll of Honour)
Rendcomb College Magazine June 1943 (Roll of Honour / Funeral of Canon Henry Sewell 1847-1943)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1943 (Distinctions: Walter Burns DFM, Robert Hutton DFM )

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1942 (Roll of Honour: Flying Officer GK Noble missing 12 Jan 1941 (OR 1928-32), Pilot Officer JG Young Missing Sept 1942, Letter from DW Lee-Browne, Marriage of Mrs Noel Wills to HM Sinclair.)
Rendcomb College Magazine July 1942 (War conditions, Debating Society motions.)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1942 (Roll of Honour: L/Bdr A.R. Curtis KIA. Distinctions: D.D. Haig DFC, B.J. Brooks DFM. Seventy six O.R.'s and six staff in H.M. Forces. )

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1941 (DFC awarded to Flight-Lieutenant D.D. Haig RAF, B.J. Brookes DFM promoted to Flight-Sergeant, Potato planting.)
Rendcomb College Magazine June 1941 (Wartime austerity, Delayed Term start due to Kitchen staff shortage, Sir Frances Hyett)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1941 (War activities, Training, Trench digging, Call ups and Teaching post changes)

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1940 (WWII austerity measures and plans).
Rendcomb College Magazine June 1940 (A great overnight January freeze, Many OR's in the Forces in particular the RAF).
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1940 (Measures at start of WW2, Food production.)

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1939 (Canoe Regatta, Plea for OR's to keep in touch)
Rendcomb College Magazine June 1939 (Account of damaged boat adrift in the English Channel, College refurbishments)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1939 (Bell ringing. Visit to France, Chambord and St Malo.)

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1938 (Founders' Day: Canon Sewell, DW Lee-Browne HM Report, Vacation trips to France, Hitch-hiking to Glasgow).
Rendcomb College Magazine June 1938 (Letter from Rhodesia, New dispensary on 1st Floor, College alterations, Hymn requests).
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1938

Rendcomb College Magazine June 1937
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1937

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1936

Rendcomb College Magazine December 1935 (Covers the period of Michaelmas 1935 and Lent Term 1936. Lectures - Photographer to the first Everest expedition and Young Germany, Reports on four plays, Chinese Exhibition visit, Athletics).
Rendcomb College Magazine May 1936 (Covers the period of Lent and Summer Terms 1935. Birth of Hermione to HM and Mrs Lee-Browne).
Rendcomb College Magazine published May 1936 (Covers Lent term 1934 to Summer term 1935 incl. Mains Electricity arrives with National Grid connection, Lab modernisation, Founder's Day speaker Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe, Rendcomb College unique in England having field athletics on the timetable).

Rendcomb College Magazine January 1934

Rendcomb College Magazine September 1933 (Kitchen refurbishment, Founders Day address by Lord Dunmore, Play - Maypole Morning)
Rendcomb College Magazine May 1933 (Old Rectory opened, Old Rendcombian Society formed 14 May 1933, JH & Mrs Simpson leave Rendcomb, Mr Simpson's sermon)

Rendcomb College Magazine May 1932 (JH Simpson resignation, Lee-Browne HM, Articles-Benedictine Monastery and Working in Malaya)
Rendcomb College Magazine February 1932 (In Memoriam - Major Dawson, Boys in College 64, Article: Ordnance Survey Maps)

Rendcomb College Magazine October 1931 (JC James joins staff, new science laboratory, Boys in College 66)

Rendcomb College Magazine May 1931 (Article on impressions of Zul in N Nigeria, Visit to Home of St Francis Evershot, Annual Sports with Burford Grammar, Article on Grain Storage and practice)
Rendcomb College Magazine January 1931 (Plea for the Railway, Saul's Hall, Account of Teaching and Life in a London elementary School from 1928)

Rendcomb College Magazine May 1930 (Short items in Iraq and Rural England, Form V play in French).
Rendcomb College Magazine January 1930 (Lectures, Vacation work in Switzerland).

Rendcomb College Magazine September 1929 (Dining Room with new oak paneling, Article on Rendcomb past).

Rendcomb College Magazine September1928 (William John Soles In Memoriam Died 28-6-1928, Donation of Photograph of the Founder, Lawn Tennis, Life in a Modern University)
Rendcomb College Magazine January 1928 (Noel Wills In Memoriam, Lectures, The Library)

Rendcomb College Magazine May 1927 (Brief Survey of the Parish of Rendcomb, land and water supply).
Rendcomb College Magazine January 1927

Rendcomb College Magazine September 1926 (Birth of Jennifer Ann Simpson 25 May 1926, Churn swimming, Noel Wills - Speech Day,(College opened 1920 with 12 boys, (1926 - 57 boys soon 60, In Memoriam Eric H. Jones).
Rendcomb College Magazine January 1926 (Description of the glass of St Peter's Church Rendcomb).

Rendcomb College Magazine September 1925 (Description of the architecture of St Peter's Church Rendcomb, Play and Parents' Day).
Rendcomb College Magazine May 1925 (Description of the origin of St Peter's Church Rendcomb).


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