- "Summer of '76 (+40!) Reunion" in planning, possibly 9th July 2016 in Bracknell (02/03/16)
- 50th Get Together write up and photos coming soon (02/03/16)
- Now on Facebook (02/03/16)
- Database fixed! (25/02/16)
- Friends Reunited is no more (25/02/16)
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This is the home page for the website - if you want to avoid the intro
pages again (and my ugly mug), then bookmark this page/add it to your favourites,
CTRL-D on Internet Explorer. I have put as much info as I can get into
this and I hope that you find it interesting and fun, but hopefully not
too painfully nostalgic...
Paul Furneaux dug up a
picture of our year taken sometime in the Autumn of 1976
(Lower Sixth). I left in July so I wasn't in it. We can identify all but 8
of the 80 odd faces and would appreciate some assistance. Were you in
the sixth form and is your name missing from the list?
Help! We are compiling a list of all of the pupils in our year and desperately
need copies of the last fourth form photo which was taken in June 1975. They are
very helpful, as Kim can usually put names against the faces. So if you
have 4G then please, please
could you scan and email.
Our last reunion was "Reunion Lite" on Saturday
2004, which turned out to be another cracker!
As we are all turning 50 we have decided to do
it again. Once again the Weather Vane in
Bracknell will be the venue on the evening of Saturday
24th April 2010. Hope to see you there, please spread the word!.
(with credit to FR)
Joan Cooper wrote;
I also remember a brush with
fame in about 1973. Shirley Atkins, Susan Hope and I were in town at the
Golden Plaice buying our chips, when we saw Rod Stewart shopping in the
town centre! We followed him about for what seemed like hours and
eventually he realised. We asked for his autograph but none of us had
pens, so he gave us the money to buy a pen from Woolworths! He signed the
chip paper and I think I still have it to this day. We were told off for
being late back to registration, by our Form Teacher, Mr Hunt - whose face
went as red as his hair when he was angry! He was a chemistry teacher as I
Surprise turn ups for the book at the 2010 reunion
were Gary Avis, Tina Belsham, Chris Seager, Gwyn Sloman, Carol Day, Pat Stannard and Michael (Tadge) James. Great to see all of you and really
pleased that you could make it!
...the Garth Hill College (?) web
site, if you want to see what the old school looks like these days.
PS While you are here, why not sign
the guest book to let us know how you are?
PPS Please send any comments, info, photos, pictures, memorabilia or if
you can "fill in the blanks" anywhere, to Alan.