Such people will be expected to contribute regular items to the HCS guestbook of no more than two lines in length. I left a pair of PE plimsolls in the changing room during my last year at school (1967.)Has anyone seen them or know of their current whereabouts? Does anyone recall Fruity Ferguson who consumed navel oranges under the desk in Ubi Lane's Latin lesson? Is this the same Fruity who travelled to school on the 158 bus from South Harrow?
Riveting stuff, indeed, and worthy of this infinitely fascinating guestbook.
School photos were taken early in the new school year.
My father combined holidays with business so our family often came back in SEPTEMBER, a few days lat E.
Name: Ted Troll Email: offmytrolley.Years_at_school: 1900 - 1999Date: Time: Wise words, Chris Esmond.
I propose forming a new discussion forum known as The Sensible Society.
As to Esmond's notion of only sensible people enquiring into the Pavilion Fund mystery, this is a thoroughly silly idea.
Each potential survival cell contained a nominated political and military leader for the local area.
Dr Simpson would have taken administrative power over London and the Home Counties rather on the Nazi Gauleiter principle in WW2, as seen in countries like Poland.
Name: Laurence Lando Email: square Years_at_school: 1957 -Date: Time: It is with much regret that I have learnt of the passing of Mr David Baker. Whilst at school, David was a good friend to me, when I needed the presence of a 'father figure'. Name: Michael Schwartz Email: Years_at_school: 1965- 1972Date: Time: Pete - I note your comment that an obituary for Fred Bilson appeared in The Guardian. Name: Peter Ward Email: peter.Years_at_school: 1958 - 1963Date: Time: Interested in Ted Troll's comments.
He was in the Department (Golland, Lafferty, Bilson) that proved more than adequate, indeed, inspirational, to the best Arts Sixth Form (Perkins, Anderson, Portillo etc) in the entire school history.
Colonel Bigham would have assumed military command over the same area, the two leaders working in tandem. In a nuclear emergency, a handful of brilliant Sixth Form scholars and top CCF NCOs were to be singled out to enter the bunker.