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Dave 62-65
Hello Mr Smith, it would be nice to know your first name then we know who we are speaking to.Its a guess, but with the information you have given you may have been in Pelham,and you left in 1960?
Sadly we are all getting older and not so many Old Boys are on Computer but it's always good for me to know there are Old Boys who are looking and occasionally posting a message it makes it worth keeping the Website going, so many thanks for looking in.Many thanks for your candid opinion and it's down to all of us to continue via our family,friends and grandchildren to highlight for most of us our early teenage years with such a wonderful opportunity we were given at Golding's coupled with the terrific annual re-unions we have, and long may they continue
Barkingside is sadly no more as Barnardo's have sold most of it off, and the reunions are still up and running if you look through the Website you will find stories on the story pages but as I say not so much on the Guestbook.
25 April 2019

Smith 206
59 years since I left Goldings only to return once some 30 years ago. along my travels onwards and upward to where many an old boy now passed through I am sad there are no stories of the real Goldings and its occupants,not football,Wimbledon,Cadets, Birthday greetings the passing away just the a few jolly stories of life and the mischief we stamped on our surroundings.I mention previously of unravelling the copper wire from telephone boxes to secure a CRYSTAL reception from Luxembourg,not many realised Golding had many rare nesting birds dare I say a collected egg fetch more than my weekly shilling not to mention the vicars apple orchard I can see him now standing scratching his head puzzled where have all the apples gone.try Hertford market,and if you ever had the misfortune to work for Miss Roe, well you know where she kept her handbag never missed the odd copper and if you were polite you received a reward. Did you ever feel sick,well sick bay presented more opportunities,not to mention Kitchen duties, so are there any stories to lift the spirit the Goldings website or are we doomed to login once a month to see more sadness. The annual get together would be nice for a change at Barkingside not been there since 2000 tea party. I understand they have a memorabilia museum and a change, what do you think? By the way I am a professional thief and burglar (retired)
24 April 2019 - southern Spain

Tributes to Henry Peet from Goldings Old Boys
Dave Blower
Another Goldings brother we've lost
Now reunited with Bill,
Reunions won't be the same without you
R.I.P. Henry Peet

Tommy Hill
Always a sad time when a brother in arms passes away R.I.P Henry

Paul Pizany
RIP Henry God Bless

John Mercury
RIP

Peter Drummond
Rip Henry

Jean Clark
So sorry to hear another brother has died RIP love Bluenose xxx

Sam Hill
Very sad R I P

Henry Johnstone
R I P Henry god bless.

Leonard Harpin
R,I.P.Henry all so sad.

Gordon Rath
Sad RIP

Bob Robertson
R I P Henry this has to stop not many of us left!!

Winston Norton
So sad.

Regards
Earnie Andrews
Billy Knight
Tony Angell
23 April 2019

Peter drummond
Rest in Peace Henry
22 April 2019 - Rochester kent

Dave 62-65
SO SHOCKED TO HEAR ABOUT HENRY, TWO OF THE BEST, HENRY AND HIS BROTHER BILL.
I SHALL MISS THE LAUGHS AND STORIES THEY SHARED WITH ME,AS WE GOT TOGETHER FOR A FEW PINTS THE NIGHT BEFORE THE REUNION. R.I.P. HENRY PEET AGED 79.
21 April 2019

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