2 Dec 1999
Hi all, just found site very impressed. I was at Windsor Boys
from 1976 - 1979 . I was in Caernarvon house I was more commonly
called Woody It would be great if any one who remembers me could
get in contact.
John (Woody)Woodward (C 76-79)
william @ john william .frsnet.co.uk
John - perhaps you could check your e-mail address? There shouldn't
be any spaces. DP.
Hope you all have a good Christmas and a better New Year, I'll
raise a glass at 12pm and toast you all.
Talking off toast, does anyone remember raiding cheese rolls kitchens
for the bread?
Dave Gordon (H74-77)
Hi to everyone who I used to know during my time at Windsor. I haven't
yet replied to the e-mails that have been sent to me since putting
a message in the book, but I have received several and I will reply
to them all, promise! Hi to Chris Duxbury and Kelly Roberts, (I
said hi to Jackie for you), of course we both remember you. Anyway,
Merry Christmas to everyone, and Happy Millenium! Hope to see as
many of you as possible in June at the reunion.
Sheryl Blackmore (Stuart) (B 74-79)
Hello - if anyone remembers us please E-mail the above address.
Julie and Joanne Williams (C 73-76)
I'm interested to hear from Caernarvon ex-puplis from the late 1950s,
Mr Howe and Roy Edmeads era. My number was C48.
Anthony (Tony) Boyce (C 57-59)
Simple & Short: Happy Christmas and All the best for the millennium
See you all at the re-union !
Watch out for a club special at Ex-Windsor BFPO (Yahoo - See Links
Mike Massey (S 77-82)
Wishing everyone a "Frohe Weihnachten und ein Glückliches Neues
Jahr." I am looking forward to Newbury but if anyone wants a meet
before then within reasonable distance of Gloucester then email
me. One other question, why haven't you all joined the Windsor Yahoo
Club yet? We have already had one mini-meet and there are more to
BTW if anyone knows whereabouts of Bob Mansfield, Tony Jobber, John
Weston or anyone else from my era then please email me.
Bill Craswell (C62-65)
If you see this message Myra, send me your address as I lost it
when we moved. Have a very Happy Christmas and New Year. My love
to your family and to Kitty and to all the other girls who were
in Hillsborough with us. Didn't we have some fun?
Chris McDougall (H 65-67)
Nick Welford. Sorry modern technology has not caught up with me
yet so no E Mail address. I have got in touch will Paul (Illers)
Illingworth in Cyprus.
Mike Adkins (B ?? - ??)
No e-mail address given
I can't believe that I have managed to find this site. I am so pleased
to be able to contact old friends and partners in crime!! I am wanting
to speak with Sheena Morrison, whose message I have received tonight.
Also anyone who remembers Heather Gallagher, Tom Mcguire, Little
Jock! or anyone from RAF Laarbruch.
Please e-mail it will be great to hear from you and maybe all get
together at some point. We can all remember the "good old days"!!
What about Miss Devine!! or Matron G. Please write soon. XXXX
Sarah Marshall (S 76-79)
What a great site. I didn`t go to WBS but my two brothers Kurt &
Bill Graves did in the late seventies. I went to John Buchan Middle
School in Sennelager and later to Kings School in Gutersloh. Any
other ex Kings or JBMS students out there? Drop us a line.
Especially like to hear from Micheal Codd, David Smith, Sharon Smith,
Darren Johnson, Mike English.
A Merry Christmas and wonderful New Year to everyone out there.
As yet I have not come in contact with many old friends from my
days at WGS (Marlborough, 68-71), but have met many ex windsorites
through the Windsor BFPO web site and Sunday chats. So a special
Merry Christmas to you guys.
Nick you can count me in on your trip to Hamm after the re-union;
It would be a perfect finale to the first reunion of the millenium.
Lesley, hope to see you there too (bring Mike with you). If anyone
out there knows the whereabouts of Carol Squires or Lynda Creighton
get in touch with me please.Great site David.
Christmas to all.
Sylvia Woodside (Robertson) (M 68-71)
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE!!! I HOPE "2000"
IS A BRILLIANT YEAR FOR YOU ALL!!
Dawn Crosby (H 80-83)
Hello, anyone remember me? Started off in Hillsborough, finished
in Edinburgh house. All seems along time ago !!!!!
Tim Law (H 64-69)
Just wanted to wish everyone a very happy christmas and wish you
all everything you want from the new millennium. Christmas brings
its own memories of the time spent in Advent at school. I remember
the advent wreaths with the candles which were lit one at a time,
and singing carols at the end of the corridor. And how about the
night of St Nicks, when we had to clean our shoes and put them outside
the door. In the morning we might have got some twigs or sweets
or a mixture of each depending on how good we had been! I always
got a mixture so I guess thats why I didnt make prefect!!! Oh well
back to the baking, present wrapping etc....
Carole Amos (Meakins) (M 76-79)
Just found this site. I've looked through the entries in the visitors
book but there seems to be a distinct lack of entries from WBS in
the early 70's. Where are you all?
David Lewis (B 70-72)
wishes for Christmas and the New Year
to all society members worldwide
(and to those former students and staff
who haven't joined us yet)
from the Windsor Society committee
- see you at Newbury next June.
Hi!! Finally linked to the web....Great fun scanning the pages -
like turning back time. Have all ready linked with Caroline Martindale
& Carolyn Amos........would love to hear from anyone else that remembers
me or my bruv, John Lind (M77 - 79) Merry Christmas to all and an
even Merrier (Hic!!) New Year!!!!! See you at Newbury.
Julie Lind (S 76-79)
Just want to wish all Society members a Good Start to the new millenium.
Looking forward to the reunion in June.
Malcolm Brunsdon (F 67-69)
I did not attend WGS but knew someone there who I would love to
contact if possible. Her name was Sharon Gloucester and would have
attended from approx 1966-68. We lived in a block of flats on Drabert
Strasse, Minden. When we finished primary school she was sent to
WGS and I to PRS, Wilhelmshaven. The last contact I had with her
she was married to a soldier and her surname was "ARMOUR". Does
this ring a bell with anyone?