Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sad day – the funeral of Andy Hamilton. Jun 26th.

Raphael Thomas ‘Andy’ Hamilton – March 26th. 1918 – June 3rd. 2012     Andy was a gentle man, and a Gentleman. He took time to teach all types of youngsters, and some older, the rudiments and more of music. … Continue reading

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Woodgate Valley Philippine Event Jun 24

The Lord Mayor (Cllr. John Lines came down to see the event at WVP. It was a good day, and the rain kept off – just. I tried a skewer of lamb, and a genuine philippino ice-cream (or so I … Continue reading

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Beneath the drawing of Ernst Stavro Blofeld Jun 21

A good artist (of which there are many at Bournville College) has put a painting of 007’s adversary on the wall – recognise the cat? – of the board room. I thought you might like to see a picture of it.

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Putting Benches in Manor Farm Park 23 Jun

Good fun was had by all in the learning process of how to put benches in Parks. Luckily the Secretary, Daniel Bryson-Peart, had done the hard work – deciding where the benches should go! The rest of us got a … Continue reading

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Bellfield Junior and Infants School Governors Meeting Jun 22

Even though there was an international football match that evening (the one we one) the school Governors put duty before pleasure, and had the meeting they arranged earlier.   There were some very lively discussions, and the Headmistress was closely … Continue reading

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Bournville College leading the way on training for Alzheimers Jun 18

Very interesting film that the college has sponsored through their Media Studies department. It is an introduction to the problems associated with Alzheimers, and the pressure that puts on family relationships. It has been entered for prestigious short film festivals … Continue reading

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Bournville College 2 day Governor Training 15th. June

Raced down to the training centre north of Gloucester, not feeling very well, but took a few painkillers with me. Would be beautiful if there was no rain! Hard work concentrating on the financial details, but very worthwhile. Luckily there … Continue reading

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