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Dave,Mal and Family
Well said Bob (Robertson)It has been my burning ambition to highlight from my experience the tremendous change that Golding's made in my life and I'm sure but not possibly all would echo my thoughts and the tremendous work by the Staff on our behalf,and the friendship I shared with other boys at the School.To name a few Staff that I would never forget,Pop Steele,Bob Newton,Mr Broster my mentor in Carpentry,Skipper,my Housemaster,Wray Nunn who got me the cane for smoking...rightly so! and many other Staff equally as good and dedicated to the ones I've already mentioned,Mr Wheatley,Pinhead! to the boys,what a leader on behalf of the School that we didn't seem to appreciate at the time,who's life was probably shortened by such a workload.So I will continue to express my thanks along with others that we were very lucky,on this site and through other avenues at my disposal.I do realize that many of the Old Boys may not even be on computer and are not aware of the site,so it is my job to make them aware at our next re-union.The School has long since gone, and the youngest ones to leave will be going on 68 years old now but that shouldn't stop us via our children and grandchildren to continue this wonderful story for most of us that were pupils of the William Baker TECHNICAL! School, Golding's.The reason I highlight Technical, is that towards the end of the life of the School,1965 the teaching Staff were told that they were not qualified enough so they must drop the Technical name from the School...what a joke.
We have put together a compilation of stories about Golding's please feel free to add any of yours including Staff as I hope to have it published at a later date,many thanks to you all Dave and Family.
4 April 2019

Len & Chris Harpin | chrisandlen@talktalk.net
Every time. I come on this site some one as past away It was so sad to hear that our brother's Bill Roe also John Sansom as passed away , our thoughts go to there loved ones . they will be sadley missed at our Reunions . R.I.P.
4 April 2019 - Colnbrook Slough England

Peter drummond
So sorry to hear of your passing you will be missed r i p john
3 April 2019 - Rochester kent

Tributes to Bill Roe from Golding's Old Boys
David Blower. 31 March at 19:57
It's with a sad heart I received a call from Henry Peet to inform me his brother Bill Roe passed away 28th March .
Goldings Old Boys lost one of their best
R. I. P. Bill Roe
Mount Stephen
Goldings 51-55

Paul Pizany Walkeden
God bless Bill will meet up with you one day RIP
Paul Pizany
He was one of Goldings best

William Hill
Rip brother bill

Alan Heaton
R.i.p bill

Sam Hill
Very sad RIP Bill

Henry Johnstone
very sorry to hear that R I P

Winston Norton
How sad.

Bob Robertson
RIP Bill, was in Mount Stephen same time as me will miss his blogs on facebook

Tony Angell
Very sad news RIP Bill

Jean Clark
So sorry to hear about Bill RIP love Bluenose xxx

Peter Drummond
Rest in peace Bill

Tom Hill
always sad when one of our own passes away RIP bill thoughts with your family

Clifford Steele
Very sad news of Bill Roe and John Sansom.

Tony Angell
Yes Pop it is sadly missed. Angell

Sam Hill
One less we band of brothers RIP Bill
Sam Hill
Hope your journey is one of peace and tranquility and don t forget the tips my bets on u m8

Mick Smith Kerr
Steph Ince
John Mercury
Sidney Bracken
Earnest Andrews
3 April 2019

Dave 62-65
thanks for that Bob well said
3 April 2019

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