Pangbourne College

Pangbourne College is an independent school for children aged 11-18 years founded in 1917. It is set in 230 acres of countryside designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has an excellent record of academic success and a strong, successful tradition in sport, music, drama, design and art. 

The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel in which the society performs and rehearses, is in the grounds of the College. The Chapel was opened by Her Majesty The Queen in March 2000 and is dedicated to the memory of those who died in the Falklands war in 1982. The College uses it regularly for services, and its award-winning design and seating for up to 580 people make it a popular concert venue.

The impressive stained glass window is the building’s focal point. 

The organ is a state-of-the-art digital instrument made by Eminent Organs, and the Chapel also houses the College’s Steinway concert grand piano.