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WGS: old photographs
« on: December 03, 2010, 05:44:57 PM »
i  have some official photos of the class i was in and one of teachers and one of prefects from my years 1959 to about 1964/5. also some of a day trip to the great yorkshire show at horrogate. Does anyone want me to upload them?
 susan lidster as was (martin lidster's sister)
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Re: old photographs
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2010, 08:14:16 PM »
No problem Suleaf - I'll add them to the WGS web pages asap.

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Re: old photographs
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2010, 11:22:29 PM »
Thank you Sue.
I think I've been libelled by your "handbag" comment on your other post ! I did have an issue with a very uncool bag at one point- my dear old mum did not understand "street cred" - but you implied that the photo was of me with the offending bag. In fact, it was Bob Banks - I am just the other idiot who can't stand up straight. Stewart Warden is doing the Martian horns bit, and I can't remember the other guy. He was a 5th former, I think. The photo was taken by Geoff Green, and he sold us all copies of those we wanted. i have a copy of that one somewhere, and others with Olly Biddulph and Phil Carney, surrounded by beer bottles. I think the year was 1965, the second time we went to the GYS. The previous year was very much flattened by the death of Graham Ward in a car crash.
I don't remember going on the Whernside trip but can report that the teacher to the left is Mick "Tink" Taylor, who has spent the last 30 years in a wheelchair.