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Chandos - September 2010

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Singapore Strollers

Did you spend some of your formative years in the Far East?

Do you live within 50 miles of Bath/Bristol?

Do you enjoy strolling in the countryside (max 8 miles), usually on a Sunday, not starting early and with a lunchtime rest for refreshment at a pub?

 

If yes, why don't you get in touch with Singapore Strollers  

to find out what walks we have planned and - better still - join us.  Loved ones with four or two legs are most welcome as long as they don't bite.  We all went to school in Singapore in the sixties, and want to expand our circle.

 

 

Ex Senior School Students Reunion - 25th September 2010 at the Chandos Pub London

Many thanks to Anna Googan for these photos

l-r Ian Wilkinson, Richard Faulkner, Stephen Penfold

l-r Ralph Mayers. Terry Bettesworth, Frankie Pountney (Knight), Marilyn, John Webb

 

l-r John Robbins, Malcolm Brunsden

l-r Ian Wilkinson, Marianna Poliszczuk (Anna Googan)

 

l-r Matalal Gurung, Marianna Poliszczuk (Googan), John Robbins, Julie Ivens (Sugrue), Phil Crawshaw, Dee Hinton(Morton) Lynne Copping (Wilson)

l-r Frankie (Knight), Julian Barry, John Webb

l-r Mick and Clarice Byrne,  Julian Barry

l-r  Terry Bettesworth, Julie Ivens, Lynne McWillam(Fallon), Mike Cawley

l-r Julie Ivens (Sugrue) and Ken Wildon

l-r Lynne Copping and David

Well fed

l-r Alan Cotterell and Gillian Mallet - pink man and pink phone