by FatFreddy (3 years ago)
A couple of years after the 1966 World Cup, I had a friend at Edmonton School called Roger whose dad had a large stockpile of World Cup Willy badges left over from the World Cup.
One of the things that really surprised me about Edmonton School was that they offered free driving lessons in the school grounds.
I'm not sure I really learned anything about driving, but i...
Myself and Dave had a habit of sitting at the back of the lab in Chemistry, and always ended up getting up to mischief.
One day whilst (not) listening to Mr Pamplin as he was drawing somethi...
During my sixth form at Edmonton County I do remember spending an awful lot of time playing Solo Whist. It seemed to have been a bit of a compulsion amongst us. I think it was JS who encourag...
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That reminds me! The World Cup, I have an interesting memory of that, coming up soon.
17th May 2010 - report this comment
I remember his first day and being inroduced to the class - must have been very daunting when we had all been together for a few years by then - we thought him very exotic with his northern accent - he soon palled up with the rest of the gang of three - David Khan, Jeffrey Tebbutt and Steve and then the fun began - poor chemistry lab and poor chemistry teacher !!!!
25th May 2010 - report this comment
Haha I've heard some chemistry related stories that I'm sure will appear on here...
27th May 2010 - report this comment
It must have been difficult for you switching schools so often.
19th September 2010 - report this comment