CARNEY, BRIAN, from North Berwick
WITHERS, PAUL, from Llandudno
JOHNSON, WILLIAM, from Llandudno
KNOWLES, PATRICK, from Llandudno
KNOWLES, ANDREW, from Llandudno
HART, ANDREW, from Norwich
STEWART, GLENN, from Norwich
BUGGS, RICHARD, from Woodford Bridge
PUZEY, ROBERT, from Woodford Bridge
DARLISON, COLIN, from Nuneaton
HARRIS, PETER, from Maidstone
HOSIE, DAVID: November 1962 to July 1965. Carpenter. Restored.
DOMINEY, EDWARD: September 1963 to October 1965. Sheet Metal Worker.
BURROWS, PETER: August 1963 to July 1965. Carpenter.
JOHNSTON, ROBERT : October 1962 to July 1965. Carpenter apprentice.
HOWARD, STEPHEN: August 1962 to August 1965. Apprentice Painter. Football colours.
HULTUM, MICHAEL: September 1962 to July 1965. Apprentice Carpenter. House Captain. Table tennis colours.
IORNS, FRANK: September 1962 to August 1965. Apprentice joiner.
SOUTHWORTH, THOMAS from Llandudno
MCDONALD, MICHAEL, from Enfield
ATKINS, ALAN, from Barkingside
AFFLICK, DAVID, from Shotley Bridge
YOUNG, ROBERT, from Woodford Bridge
DANQUAH, ERIC, from Hastings
BRADDON, DAVID, from Exeter
ALLEN, JOHN: April 1962 to July 1965. Carpenter apprentice. House Captain. Athletics colours.
PEMBERTON, MICHAEL: December 1963 to July 1965. Gardener.
DAGLISH, RICHARD: December 1961 to August 1965. Apprentice Carpenter.
HILL, WILLIAM: September 1961 to August 1965. Painter.
CROWE, GEOFFREY: September 1962 to August 1965. Apprentice Painter.
HOWE, PETER: January 1963 to September 1965. Sheet Metal Worker. House Captain.
OLBISON, PETER: December 1961 to October 1965. Bootmaker.
TATE, DAVID : August 1962 to November 1965. Sheet Metal Worker. Swimming colours.
PHELPS, HOWARD, from Liverpool
MARTIN, ROBERT, from Slough
LEIVERS, GEORGE, from Beckenham
ROSE, KEVIN, from Chigwell
RECORD, JOHN, from Sheerness
WHITTAKER, BRIAN, from Bicester
CHARLESWORTH, WILLIAM: April 1963 to July 1965. Sheet Metal Worker. Restored.
CARLYON, RONALD: January 1963 to July 1965. Carpenter. Restored.
ANDREWS, MARTIN: September 1962 to October 1965. Apprentice Printer.
DURRANT, ROGER: September 1962 to October 1965. Apprentice Printer.
ROWLANDS, RALPH, from Llandudno
ELLIS, MARTIN, from Southport
UNWIN, COLIN, from Bedford
BOLTON, GEORGE AND PAUL, from Bedford
SPEER, RAYMOND, from Northern Ireland.
WHITE, GORDON: April 1963 to June 1965. Painter. Athletics colours.
MOUNT, KEITH: May 1963 to July 1965. Sheet Metal Worker. Swimming colours.
HILL, CHARLES: January 1963 to July 1965. Painter apprentice.
PORTER, ROGER : January 1963 to August 1965. Carpenter apprentice.
NAIRN, ROBERT: July 1963 to September 1965. Painter. Restored.
LEBECHEE, GLYN : February 1964 to September 1965. Carpenter.
LAW, KEVIN: October 1963 to October 1965. Sheet Metal Worker. House Captain.
NEWS OF OLD BOYS
BIRD, DAVID: Is now working as a draughtsman and designer in woodwork. Recently did designs for a north country project which ran
into many thousands of pounds. Is a great Go Kart enthusiast in his spare time, and partakes in national events.
Spent his holiday touring around St. Tropez, South France, this summer.
DRAPER, ALLEN: Has now completed his carpentry apprenticeship, and still working with the same firm at Stoke Newington. A regular
supporter at Arsenal, and saving hard to get married and buy a car (in that order).
KELLY, MICHAEL: Visited Mr. Sheppard during the holiday. Gardening at a Nursery in Morecombe. He celebrated his 21st birthday
on 25th October by getting engaged. Has changed his name to Moorhouse. Present address; 'Cawthorne', 14 Mayfield Drive, Bare,
MAGELLAN, ERIC : Has now passed his City and Guilds examinations in Sheet Metal Work.
ANDREWS, TERRY : Called to see us in July with his wife, but unfortunately everyone was on holiday. However, Terry keeps in touch via the
Guild Messenger. Present address: The Caravan, Bridewell Lane, Batesdale, Diss, Norfolk.
BEARE, MICHAEL : Is getting on very well at his work, and has started evening classes again. Met Bob Cox recently. Present address: 8
Edgehill Road, Winton, Bournemouth, Hants.
BASSET, JOHN : Wrote a long interesting tetter to Mr. Embleton in September, telling him, among other things, that he had passed his N.C.H.
examination with credit. Our congratulations to John on his very fine effort. John is very happy at his work and in his lodgings.
Present address: 11 The Forebury, Sawbridgeworth, Herts.
BEDWELL, F.: Wrote in for confirmatory details of his instruction as a carpenter. Employers still like to know where their employees receive
their basic training. Present address: Fort House Cottage, Hembury Fort, Near Honiton, Devon.
BLOWER, DAVID : We received a very nice letter from David, expressing his great appreciation for all that the School had done for him, and
in particular the masters in the Carpentry Department. Present address: 65 Halfords Crescent, Ryecroft, Walsall, Staffs.
DENTON, STEPHAN: Is now a lance corporal in the R.A.O.C. This will come as a great surprise to many of his old friends I am sure, but
Stephan is doing extremely well in his new sphere, and his health is now Ai. His address at time of writing: L/Cpl. Denton, 24027330, A Coy.,
3 Platoon, Dep. and Trg. Battalion, R.A.O.C., Minden Barracks, Blackdown, Hants.
CHURCHILL, MICHAEL: Has now completed his apprenticeship with Messrs. Tysons (Contractors) of Liverpool, and has joined the ranks of
married men. Congratulations to Michael and his wife, and maybe we shall see them one of these days.
FILBY, BRIAN: Our Headmaster received a letter from Brian's employers, who are so pleased with his accomplishment that they would be
pleased to employ another apprentice of Brian's ability. Well done, and thank you Brian for this credit.
TANGEN, ALAN: Have had several letters from Alan, who is a regular soldier. In his last he mentioned that he had been in an accident, but
did not say very much about it. He had soon his brother George, who is apparently doing very well in a 'pop group', especially on the Continent.
Present address: 23913655, Pte. Tangen, A.E., A Coy., 16 Battalion R.A.O.C., St. George's Barracks, Arncott, Bicester, Oxon.
MOHAMED, ISAAC: Has changed his name by Deed Poll to Aviston. We have also had the good news that Isaac was married on 20th
November. At present his new address is not to hand.
SCRUTTON, RAYMOND : Our Headmaster received a letter from the employer of this Old Boy,
saying how pleased they are to have him in their business as a butcher's assistant. To quote from the letter, Raymond 'has proved to be
hardworking, honest, and very loyal'. What greater appreciation could anyone ask? Well done and thank you! Present address: 81 Kelly Road,
WILLIAMS, ANTHONY (WILLIE) : Mr. Stevenson had a very interesting letter from Sgt. Williams in August, who was then in Singapore.
He wished to be remembered to all his old friends of the Printing Department, and I am sure they will all be pleased to know that Willie has
progressed in Print through the Army and was in charge of the Photo-Mechanical Litho Department. He is married with two sons. With his wife
and family he returns to England in December and promises to look us up then. Present address: 23534610 Sgt. Williams, A.R., 30 Battalion
R.A.O.C., 3 B.O.D., G.P.O. Singapore.