"Evelyn Waugh was a pupil at Lancing during the 1930s, and wrote much about his time at the College. A portrait bust, which has been presented to the School, was unveiled by Tom Waugh, its sculptor and grandson of Evelyn Waugh, at drinks before the 2011 Lancing Foundation Dinner. The bust will be located in the Sanderson Room, which is the old library where Evelyn Waugh spent a great deal of his time as librarian." [Lancing College]
Update (March 29): A commenter points out that Waugh was not at Lancing during the 1930s and suggests 1917 to 1921 as more reasonable dates. Indeed, these are the ones provided by Martin Stannard in his Evelyn Waugh: The Early Years, 1903-1939. The college was informed and has corrected the information.