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Sir Peter Bazalgette lectures at Lancing College

PUBLISHED: 15:39 30 June 2014 | UPDATED: 15:41 30 June 2014

l-r Harry Brunjes, Sir Peter Bazalgette, Jo Rice OL and Jonathan Gillespie

l-r Harry Brunjes, Sir Peter Bazalgette, Jo Rice OL and Jonathan Gillespie

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Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chair of Arts Council England and President of the Royal Television Society, was the guest speaker at the Evelyn Waugh Lecture at Lancing College on 1 May 2014.

Nigel Ventham OL, Fellow of Lancing CollegeNigel Ventham OL, Fellow of Lancing College

His entertaining and informative talk delighted the audience of pupils, parents, staff and invited guests and led to a lively question and answer session.

Now in its sixth year, the Evelyn Waugh Lecture honours one of Lancing’s most illustrious old boys and is followed by a dinner for members of the Lancing Foundation to thank them for their loyalty and generosity to the College.

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l-r Shirley and Nigel Blomfield, Sara Blomfield, Hugh Passmore and Robin Reevel-r Shirley and Nigel Blomfield, Sara Blomfield, Hugh Passmore and Robin Reeve

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Jacquie Brunjes and Governor, Pippy BerryJacquie Brunjes and Governor, Pippy Berry

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Roger Overton-Smith OLRoger Overton-Smith OL

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Sir Peter entertains the audienceSir Peter entertains the audience

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Angus Ross OL and Lancing College Development Council member Lady Susan ConwayAngus Ross OL and Lancing College Development Council member Lady Susan Conway

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Governor, Christopher BaronGovernor, Christopher Baron

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Charles Anson CVO DL OL and Hilary NewissCharles Anson CVO DL OL and Hilary Newiss

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