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Entry Number: 43
Date: 1-MARCH-2002
Author: Hilary Gold

Trying to find my best friend Linda Fardell

Entry Number: 34
Date: 25-FEBRUARY-2002
Author: David Hughes

I would love to contact Greg Russell and Christine Meldrum

Entry Number: 1
Date: 21-FEBRUARY-2002
Author: Mark Connelly

I just want to say I that I was a first year in the Junior School when Mr Eagland retired. I remember the special assembly and many members of staff were quite choked. It was only years later that it occured to me that he must have had a long connection with the school. I was therefore amazed to see him in a photograph on this website back in the fifties. I'd also love to know what Mr Charles Ripon, one of my old teachers, is doing now. I owe him a lot.

Entry Number: 2
Date: 19-FEBRUARY-2002
Author: Graham Pike

Anyone remembers me.......email

Entry Number: 3
Date: 14-FEBRUARY-2002
Author: Tim Oakley

In my capacity as an Architect, went past the school a couple of years ago and was horrified at the ghastly PVC-U windows.

Entry Number: 4
Date: 2-FEBRUARY-2002
Author: Peter Clarkson

People I particularly remember: Mr.Treadway, Mr.Bidgood, Mr.Chivers, Michael Platt, Trevor Goodman, Dave Goodman, Noel Sawyer, Jackie Yeldham, Anthony Cheeseman, Melvin Grant, Gillian Barrett, Margaret Hammond, Peter Barker

Entry Number: 5
Date: 1-FEBRUARY-2002
Author: Barry Prince

Have heard from my sister about this site.I live in South Africa now and am a professional musician and teacher and theatre director .Would love to hear from any one who remembers me!!

Entry Number: 6
Date: 25-JANUARY-2002
Author: Robin Stafford

You only have Andrew (Kinna) shown as living in Australia. I too am here and alive and well in Beautiful Queensland !!*smile* Funny, I must have missed every damn school photo that was ever taken!! I am sure I remember having at least SOME taken and feeling a right twit with my hair plastered down with copious amounts of Brylcreem!!!

Entry Number: 7
Date: 19-JANUARY-2002
Author: John Roper

I should take the opportunity of asking you to pass my kindest regards to Miss Billington, who was the first teacher my brother and I had at WT. Is there just a chance she will remember the Roper twins (John and David) arriving in 1944, in the same class as the Ritchie Twins (Margaret and Anne)?

Entry Number: 9
Date: 4-JANUARY-2002
Author: Ian Simmons

Left in 1948 to go to Ilford County High and then moved to Slough. I have just retired as Professor of Geography at Durham University after degrees at UCL and a career involving the Universities of California, Toronto and Bristol. I have rather spotty memories of the School as it was mostly wartime to begin with but I recall a bomb site in (?) Aldborough Road. I also remember a little of the Head (Mr Cowan) and quite a bit about Mrs Swain. I'd be interested to hear from anybody else of that vintage.


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