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sutton coldfield
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1396 of 1400  Sun 11th Feb 2018 9:09pm  
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On 24th Jan 2018 9:35am, Slim said: I don't recall the pick-up ever being missing though.
I think that was after he discovered what was going on.
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Slim
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1397 of 1400  Thu 4th Oct 2018 8:59am  
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On 5th Oct 2015 4:35pm, Beesman said: Pete Jones was a decent bloke. He had a totally different method of teaching from the stuffy old masters of yesteryear. You could have a laugh in his lessons without detracting from your learning. They were lucky to keep him at KHVIII as he would have left but for Taffy James being 'promoted' to deputy head. This meant that PJ was made Head of Economics, a position he would otherwise have sought at a different school. He went up inestimably in the eyes of me and my mates when, at school speech day, in Central Hall, he walked down the aisle to the stage, in his gown, smoking a cigarette. He gave us lot a crafty grin as he went by! Top man! Thumbs up
After all these years, I bumped into Pete Jones last night (in a pub). He is very much alive and well and lives in the Kenilworth area. He has now retired, and was still at KHVIII when he retired. He was big enough to admit "I couldn't get a job anywhere else!". Smile
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1398 of 1400  Thu 27th Dec 2018 9:04pm  
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alanmgibbons
1399 of 1400  Wed 6th Feb 2019 8:17pm  
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herberts lad
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1400 of 1400  Wed 6th Feb 2019 10:57pm  
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Hi Alan Great to hear from you, remember you very well as friends with Hewitt, Duncan Jenkins, other names I recall are Alan Riding, Cave, Duncan McGrory, Alan Davey, Riley, Tony Poole, Colin England, Bob Cooke, Robert Cole, Robert Toye, Kenny Archer, and a few others when I stir my grey matter. Have sent you an email so a catch up is on. Teachers included Bert Wrench, Joe Swan, Alf Crocker, Pop Cork, Bert Stanger, Harry Dunne, Be Bop, Piggy Shaw, Yes I was part of the experiment but did not complete into A level as my calling was to get into Engineering, Alfred Herbert, hence my name.
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