GALLERY PART TWELVE
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The photos below were contributed by Vincent Young, and were taken c1966
His accompanying letter is included:
are you? As one old boy to another, I'm impressed by the school website
which is remarkably well documented and easily navigable too. Well done.
Top of the class!
Since they already appear in your photo gallery, no doubt you will recognise these pictures of Melanie King...
John O'sullivan ...
Joshua Thomas ...
and of course our own Webmaster shown, in one typical pose (!) hanging upside-down, appropriately enough perhaps.
(place mouse on picture for easier viewing)
Paul Vaughn and Majid (together)
were caught off-guard,
studying the illustrated edition of La Fontaine's Batman - they said it was afterwards..?
Upon reflection, all at the time were posing though unwittingly, for Posterity!!
Another Shot of The Webmaster being entertaining with a button.
My time at
T&C began when I joined Mrs Salisbury's class of '63 and ended in
the summer of 1966, and in common with other ex-pupils, my memories
of those days are vivid. In particular, life as a boarder when we shared
the boys' dormitory along with several others, and when at one time
Anna Grimes was briefly but memorably, our House-Mother, at the tender
age of 17 years old, I believe.
It's Wonderful to hear from you, Vincent after all these years
Your pix might be 40 years late, but very much aprreciated
(I have added your photo below to compliment those above which you have sent.)
Perhaps, 40 years on, we can write about the infamous
burning down of the boarding department at 31 Glenloch Road, now can we
Kindly Supplied by the Author Nikolai Tolstoy (see guestbook)
Are there any other T&C works of art out there, we could put into the gallery?
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