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2017 "A" Squadron turn out
from Alan Ferguson -
are some photos for the "89A Chapter" . It was held on Sunday 5th
November 17 at the Wroxton House Hotel, Banbury. Those attending were
Robertson; Alan Ferguson: Henry Middleton: Barry Chalkley: Peter Squire: Peter
Crispin: Ian Clark: Tony Ware: Chel Hibbert .. a fine bunch of warriors ....
was the third 89A Reunion Dinner but the first one that has included a guest -
in this case Henry Middleton from 89B.
paying the bills before departure an ex-CAS noticed that all
the drinks had been billed to Alan Ferguson but
being an honest soul, as you would expect from a very senior officer
this was corrected before the diners scattered to the four winds never to be
seen again .. almost the 89A version of "doing a runner" ...
(around the table) -Black Robertson, Alan Ferguson, Guest Henry Middleton (B Sqn),
Barry Chalkley, Pete Squire, Pete Crispin, Ian Clark, Tony Ware, Chel
Left - Black poised to grab
Right - Barry shouts out a
warning whilst Chel admires the move
Below - Boris seems to have
gate crashed, so the two Pete's give him a hard time!
89A - October
Ensuring that they
stay ahead of the game A Squadron were first to get their re-union photos to 89
News, however, in true
military tradition they kept the location secret, holding it "somewhere in
England". They also kept their activities secret, but we are grateful to
Tony Ware for smuggling out photographs of the event - their 2nd annual
re-union. (They did supply photographs last year but again failed to supply
any support information so the editor (like all newspaper editors) has just had
to make up a story!)
|Those attending were
Barry Chalkley, Ian Clark, Roger Creswell, Peter Crispin, Alan Ferguson, Black Robertson, Peter Squire, Tony Ware.
Jerry Pook and Chel Hibbert were also schedule to attend but were beset with
illness and personal problems. Nevertheless, it was an excellent turnout
and highly commendable after 50 years apart
Right - (Facing)
Alan Ferguson, Pete Squire, Pete Crispin, Barry Chalkley
Below - (Facing))
Ian Clark, Roger Cresswell, Alan Ferguson, Pete Squire
Below Right - Black
Robertson & Pete Squire
Right - There's always
someone taking the pith at a Squadron party!
Below - Alan Ferguson, Ian
Clark, Barry Chalkley
Thanks to Tony Ware for sending the
photographs (and we assume - taking them - since he's not on any)
B Squadron held their annual reunion on 27th October at their regular
venue The George at Wallingford. The Squadron mustered 8 former cadets, Simon Coy, Geoff
Dryland, Nigel Griffiths, Mike Laundy, Henry Middleton, Paddy Pyper, Ron
Shimmons & Tony Steele. In addition they had a guest Barry Chalkley
from A Squadron. Apologies were received from Richard Slogrove who was
looking after hisl wife who was seriously ill.* (See note
at the end of this report). Despite one or two members suffering from the health
problems that emanate from a mis-spent youth, as usual a good night and a
good breakfast was had by all. You will see from the photographs that
everyone looks amazingly well for a bunch of 73/74 year olds! All with
their drinking arms in operational working order.
Dryland was both photographer and caption writer so we have excellent up
to date photographs of both the people and the event.....
Simon, I can't get this to work.......try taking the lens cap off
Simon demonstrating how he rolls the spaghetti on his farm.
Ron can't stop laughing at Paddy's joke
Geoff and Nigel enjoy the joke but Barry doesn't get it
Tony and Mike looking at their new pension plan
Look Barry, this is our Do so only we get the drinks
Barry gives the thumbs up to another beer
Did you drop that one
the morning after the night before...
Nigel still boasting that it's this big
Henry presents Barry with the bill for the
Thanks to Geoff for being an
outstanding 89 News reporter and photographer..
* We're sorry
to have to announce that Richard's wife died two weeks after the bash. 89
Entry's, and in particular B Squadron's, condolences go out to Richard and
Annual Bash 2017
from Geoff Dryland - "The reunion took place on 28 October with a
creditable 10 members of "89B" Sqiadron attending -. Those
attending were Simon Coy, Geoff Dryland, Andy Griffin, Nigel Griffiths,
Mike Laundy, Henry Middleton, Paddy Pyper, Ron Shimmons, Tony Steel,
& Richard Slogrove.
This years guest of honour was someone from the "other end",
Steve Wrigley - "D" Squadron!
We also had an extra guest this year.
Simon Coy's brother in law (Roger Green) was enroute back to Oz, so we
agreed to give him supper in return for countless rounds of beer!!
It just happens that Roger's father was a previous Station Commander and
Andy Griffin knew him so there was a tenuous link. Is it me or does he
look a bit like Gerry Adams?"
Roger Green, Nigel Griffiths & Andy Griffin
Coy managing to command the scene with honoured guest Steve Wrigley
(89D) in deep conversation with Richard Slogrove
to right - Richard Slogrove, Guest Roger, Andy Griffin, Paddy Pyper
(describing the size of...? to) Tony Steel
to right - Paddy Pyper, Tony Steel, Ron Shimmons, Mike Laundy and
Geoff Dryland (with his eyes on the waitress)
Middleton & Simon Coy
Steel & Ron Shimmons
Wrigley guest fro 89D
wasn't long before the troops returned to the bar for the last
rounds a more relaxing
to right - Nigel Griffiths, Simon Coy, Henry Middleton, Paddy Pyper
& Geoff Dryland
Geoff Dryland, who supplied all 89Bs
photographs, assures us that they were first to hold a squadron reunion this
year just a few weeks ahead of A Squadron. He also reported that they are
definitely getting older since they all arrived in the late afternoon, did not
get a cup of tea on arrival, and then had to lay down before getting dressed for
dinner in a hurry!
"B" team at dinner - (Left to Right) - Andy Griffin, Jerry Pook (Guest
of Honour from A Squadron), Dick Slogrove, Mike Laundy,
Middleton, Simon Coy, Nigel Griffiths, Paddy
Pyper, Tony Steel, Geoff Dryland
Laundy & Tony Steel
Middleton & Jerry Pook
Geoff reports that "Not many
funny comments I'm afraid - Only the one came from Mike Laundy whilst taking his
soup. "Waiter there's a turd in my soup". Then Jerry Pook with his
napkin to his mouth "Oh my God I had one of those, I thought it was a
gherkin". Considering that Geoff reported few funnies, there seems to be an
awful lot of happy faces.......
The smiles soon returned to thoughtfulness when
the current state of the RAF was discussed...
Pyper, Nigel Griffiths, Andy Griffin
Slogrove, Nigel Griffin
Pyper, Geoff Dryland, Jerry Pook, Simon Coy
Middleton & Andy Griffin
A few more drinks, talk of the
good old days and the everything is back to normal so another successful 89B
lead the way with reunions in 2014
It's amazing how "old boys" stick
together - well the boys of 89B must be much older than the survivors of the
other three 89 Entry squadrons because they really do stick together with a
reunion every year!
This year the re-union was again
held at the George in Wallingford. (We suspect someone in 89B has their
pension fund invested there as they seem to get all 89B's business?) Geoff
Dryland, 89's local reporter, reported that things did not quite get into the
rousing start that we were used to - "It was a sign of old age that when
people started to arrive in the afternoon, instead of a pint in the bar, it was
a pot of tea in the lounge!!"
It is 51 years since 89B Squadron was
formed at the RAF College - then there were 18 members. At the reunion this year
there were 10 members - Simon Coy; Geoff Dryland;
Andy Griffin; Nigel Griffiths; Mike Laundy; Henry Middleton; Paddy Pyper;
Ron Shimmons; Dick Slogrove; Tony Steel; and one guest - Tony Ware from
The Squadron scrubbed up and formed
up on time except for Nigel who arrived fairly late, apparently straight from
his day job, hence his incorrect dress! A quick change after the
"bubbly" saw him arrive in the correct attire for the dinner. The
pretty barmaid was not in attendance so it was into the lounge for pre dinner
drinks and long chats about old times and old timers! It was hard to
believe that the party consisted of 69 and 70 year olds! Mind it was
noticeable that the 70 year olds still had their hair and looked much younger
whilst the "soixante neufers" had lost theirs and looked much older -
obviously too much excitement at their age!!!
relaxing after an exhausting cup of tea.
Andy and Paddy
get a swift one prior to the bubbly
Is it a man? Is
it a bird? No, just reproducing a pose that was taken at Cranwell (you can
see it on the pamphlet in Henry's hand).
having trouble with his belt so having to hold up his trousers
forgot all that war studies tactical stuff about "belt &
Ware and Paddy can't believe Tony Steel's boast that he still has all his
Mike is not sure
of the punch line to Henry's joke
No bubbly yet so
Nigel still not dressed. Ron enjoys his Gin and Tonic.....sorry,
water. Simon is happy his trousers have not fallen down!
thought it was an 89C affair - so he turned up in his working clothes ready
for a bit of painting and decorating in order to settle the bill!
89B's guest for
the night was Tony Ware (89A), here with Tony Steel
Who's he trying
to kid, it looks like Ron has a G&T to me
Richard, I don't
think you should have chatted up the barmaid - her husbands behind you!
I used to be
able to whistle at the girls - then l got to 69!
eating, Tony S drinking and Mike practicing being soixante neuf!
didn't know you were 69 like me?"
It was this big!
No - I saw it -
It was only about this size!
In summary it was an excellent reunion and despite 51 years
since everyone first met, boys will be boys so the boys enjoyed another good
night together remembering the good old times whilst we still can!
Thanks to Geoff Dryland for the report and the
BRICK LINES 2004 ANNUAL DINNER
"The Blades", survivors of 89B meet annually to
maintain those friendships built up over 3 years at Cranwell. This years
reunion was held on Saturday 6th November at The George Hotel in
Wallingford, Oxfordshire and judging by the hangovers at breakfast, it was
a great success.
"South Brick Lines" 1963
Ron Shimmons organised
it, and in addition to Shimmo, those present included Henry Middleton, Richard Slogrove, Tony Steel,
Simon Coy, Andy Griffin, Paddy Pyper and Nigel Griffiths plus Les Quigley
of C Squadron.
George - Wallingford 2004
after the Port but before the Champagne was attacked by a sabre ....
Richard, Nigel, Ron, Simon (upfront), Paddy (trying to get a look in), Henry,
more photographs click on "B" Squadron"
89C September 2018 - Special re-union
On 30th September 8 former C Squadron cadets and
their wives assembled at the RAF Club in Piccadilly for a special
re-union to welcome one of their own
John Liddell and his wife Glenys, visiting from Melbourne, Australia. It
was over 50 years since many of the squadron had met John, although some
who had visited Melbourne in recent years had been royally entertained by
Those attending where Dave Donnelly,
Dave Harlow, John Liddell, JC Newland, Derek North, Les Quigley, Ian
Robertson, Dick Shuster and their respective wives. Last minute
apologies were received from Brian
Synott, Duncan Swift, who had contracted some nasty disease in far
off lands, and Chris Saunby who was committed to sailing (Illegals?) in
||The event was a lunch time one to ensure that
as many as possible could make it, and as with all RAF do's, started in the bar.
Following a lively meet "the troops" welcoming session in the Cowdrey
Room, "the troops" all moved to the Hodges Room for lunch.
The lively lunch featured the men moving every course to ensure that the
ladies were'nt bored by repeated tales of "daring do". This
worked well until the later courses when the chaps started forgetting things -
like their drinks and who they were! Nevertheless everyone managed to catch up
with the activities, illnesses and hospital visits of everyone else.
It is the sign of age when the main topic of conversation is how badly or
how well various hospitals have performed!
infamous "Running Horse Tavern" in the basement of the RAF Club
|Naturally our final move was
into the "Running Horse" bar were the banter continued for
several hours. Indeed some of 89C were still there having an evening meal
before returning to their respective "pits" in the evening.
Sadly a few members had to leave early
because of medical problems and therefore missed the belated group
photograph. Shireen Shuster is suffering with cancer whilst Dave Donnelly
is recovering from a nasty stroke, so the Shusters and Donnellys took an
early bath and headed North to Yorkshire.
We're sorry to report that Shireen's cancer
has got worse, but pleased to report that Dave is much better and back on
Left to right - Dave
Harlow (standing) Liz Harlow, Derek North, Ian Robertson, Pat Robertson,
Val North, Jill Quigley, Glenys Liddell, Les Quigley, John Liddell
89C's thanks go to
Derek North for organising the event
Squadron's 2017 reunion is a bit late!
89C's members are
inveterate travelers so it is very difficult to pin down enough members for a
re-union. As a result the 2017 89C reunion was held in 2018 and even then
apologies were received from several members who were out of the country or
otherwise committed. These were Dave Donnelly, John Liddell (in Australia),
Duncan Swift & Ian Robertson. Nevertheless 7 members and their wives were
able to make the RV at Barton Hall Kettering.
- condemed to be behind bars!
to right - Chris Saunby, Les Quigley, Dave Harlow, Dick Shuster, Brian Synnott,
Derek North, JC Newland
amongst 89 Entry squadron re-unions, C Squadron have taken to inviting their
wives to their annual Squadron get together since many of the wives have known
each other since the boys were at Cranwell or from their early days in the
day started with early arrivals having a very pleasant lunch and afternoon
drinks at the Saunby's. Here we found that Chris had developed into both a fine
chef and a brewer! We were fed the finest homemade food accompanied by good wine
and, for the discerning drinkers, Chris's home brew from his own micro brewery
in one of his out buildings. The company, food and drink were so good that it
was early evening before we new it so we all had to head to Barton Hall where we
were staying and where the re-union dinner was being held.
||Looking up the table -
Dave Harlow, Liz Synnott, Chris Saunby, Liz
Harlow,Brian Synnott, Kate Saunby, Dick Shuster
Right side -
Jill Quigley, JC Newland, Shireen Shuster,
Derek North, (Hiding) Carro newland, Les Quigley, Val North.
|Looking down the table -
Left side -
Val North, Les Quigley, Carro Newland,
Derek North, Shireen Shuster, JC Newland, Jill Quigley
Right side -
Dick Shuster, Kate Saunby, Brian Synnott,
Liz harlow, Chris Saunby, (Hiding) Liz Synnott, Dave Harlow
& Dave studying form?
recounting how hard it was at Cranwell
& Dick have heard it all before!
heavy drinking end of the table?
Liz, Brian & Shireen retire to the bar
||Right - Derek enjoying
another bottle of wine.
Left - Les; "Chris, will a tenner cover it?"
JC's trying to ignore
anything to do with money!
And a good time was had by all
with a promise to do it again before the year end in order to catch up with the other
It was hoped to
convene an 89C reunion earlier but with 3 of our members still hard at work
(well "working") and others travelling, the earliest 89C could get
together was December. Chris Saunby was the 89C whipper in and by mutual consent
we chose to meet at the Haycock Hotel, just off the A1 south of RAF Wittering -
one of the few RAF airfields left! Like all good re-unions it started in the
bar. However, unlike other reunions we chose to bring our wives since they all
know each other - many from our Cranwell days. Sadly Dick and Shireen
Shuster could not make it as Shireen was having treatment for cancer. We send
Shireen our best wishes and our hopes for an early recovery. Keith Jackson sent
his regrets that he and Sue would not be able to attend.
Survivors - Back row - Dave Harlow, Dave Donnelly, Brian Synott, Chris Saunby,
row - Ian Robertson, Derek North, Les Quigley
our compatriots in B Squadron we were welcomed with afternoon tea and certainly
did not need an afternoon kip. This despite us having less hair between us than the
other squadrons. (Apart from Dave Harlow that is - and anyway we think that's
Quigley checking Ian Robertson's ears
about an ear fetish that he had heard about!)
Synnott watching as Liz Synnott gets an ear "bashing" from Ian
- Dave Harlow watches on enviously
Donnelly briefing his wife Anna and Val North on 89C Mess rules - i.e.
Donnelly and Derek North catch up over afternoon "tea"
After the welcoming afternoon tea party - 89C dressed down for dinner and set
about the food and drink...
to right - Dave Donnelly, Jill Quigley,Dave Harlow, Liz Synnot, JC
Newland, Kate Saunby,
Derek North, Anna Donnelly, Carro Newland,les
Quigley, Pat Robertson, Brian Synnott,
Liz Harlow, Ian Robertson, Val
to right - Pat Robertson, Brian Synnott, Liz Harlow, Ian Robertson, Val
to Right - Dave Harlow, JC Newland,Carro Newland, Brian Synnott,
Harlow, Chris Saunby
to Right - Dave Donnelly, Kate Saunby, Pat Robertson,
Donnelly, Carro Newland
Harlow, Liz Synnott, JC Newland
- Derek North demonstrating a U P
After an excellent dinner, lots of
chat and a few drinks the old boys of 89C and their ladies retired for a good
nights sleep. Next morning we met for breakfast and made our farewells with a
promise to meet again in 2017.
head overseas for their
The 2011 89C
re-union took place in France over 3 days and followed the usual eat, drink and
be merry routine that one expects from the best Squadron in 89 entry! Sadly only
7 of members could make it, Dave Harlow, JC Newland, Derek North, Les Quigley,
Ian Robertson, Dick Shuster and Brian Synott, but we swelled
our ranks by having our lady wives with us. The reunion was scheduled to
coincide with "Battle of Britain" day - 15th September.
The event was based
in South-West France in and around the village of Monleon Magnoac with a visit
to Spain for lunch. The programme was pretty intense with everyone, except Ian
and his wife Pat, flying into Toulouse. Ian & Pat had driven
down on their way to their apartment in the South of Spain. The team made the
best of local French and Spanish cuisine and wine indulging in a variety of
eating and drinking experiences including a BBQ, formal dinner, informal dinner,
local lunch, and Spanish lunch.
and their wives start assembling for drinks
first dinner together in the "Dupont", appropriately a 60's
to Right - "JC" Newland, Dave Harlow, Jill Quigley, Brian
Synott, Carro Newland
on the 2nd night was a BBQ at the Quigley's.
we were joined my several locals representing some 6 nationalities
food & drink - Derek North, Dave Harlow, Les Quigley & Brian Synnott get stuck into a traditional French lunch
after a hike through the
main reunion dinner was held on "Battle of Britain" day in the
Quigleys' dining room.
to Right - Dave, Dick (hidden), Derek, Les, Brian (hidden), JC, Ian
final full day of the re-union - sunny Spain
Dave, Les, Dick & JC prepare to eat & drink yet again!
& Derek - NOT MORE FOOD!
of Britain Day" 2011
Honours 7 young airmen "KIA with no known graves"
inscription on the wreath placed by 89C
One of the
highlights of the reunion was a trek in the mountains to honour the crew of a 624
Squadron Halifax that had crashed nearby in the Pyrenees in July 1944 whilst
delivering supplies to the local French Resistance. The crew, although still
listed as "missing in action with no known graves" are actually buried
at 4,500 feet up in the mountains. The aircraft had left RAF Blida in Algeria on
a secret mission to drop supplies to the French Resistance. The French Resistance found the crashed
Halifax and buried the crew in the canisters that they were supposed to drop.
later with the help of a French Air Force helicopter to ferry the materials to
the site the local French people built a special cemetery next to the remains of the Halifax. It
was here that we hiked to lay wreaths to honour this young crew.
Harlow leads the team with our supporters following
Above - Some of the
team preparing to set off
With a number of local
ex-military supporters we drove up through the Pyrenees to the nearest
point accessible to vehicles. We then set off on foot with our supporters
to hike through the woods to the crash site and grave yard
Right - The small
grave yard is set in a clearing in the forest. The last few remains of the
Halifax lie in a heap with point of impact marked with a cross above it.
Around the cross are wreaths and flowers left by local French people who
still pay tribute to our fellow airmen.
Left - At the cross
marking the point of impact, Brian Synott lays a wreath on behalf of
rememberance cross was placed on each grave and a wreath laid at the
89's withdrawal - Age is beginning to
bringing up the rear on the descent
struggles through despite an injured knee
comes out smiling
89C decided it was time
to catch up with "B" and have a squadron re-union. This was held at
the "Whipper Inn" (very appropriate I hear you all saying) in Oakham.
The event was well attended with 9 of the original 14 surviving 1963 cadets making it.
A further 4 sent apologies. There is only one that we can't find -
Crag Carter - Crag if you're out there drop us a line!
Those making it were - Dave Donnelly, Dave Harlow, "JC" Newland,
Derek North, Les Quigley, Chris Saunby, Dick Shuster, Duncan Swift, Brian
Synott. - Apologies were received from Dave Foulger, John Liddell, Keith Jackson
and Ian Robertson.
In addition as our special guest we invited Jerry
Pook - We needed someone to buy the drinks! - Although Ian [who's wife Pat was
recovering from a serious operation] kindly sent a bottle of vintage port! - we
all managed to get at least one glass before Dick downed it!
- left to right - Dave Harlow, Derek North, JC Newland, Brian Synott, Duncan
- Jerry Pook ("A" guest), Les Quigley, Dave Donnelly, Chris Saunby,
to be out done by the boys in "B", "C" held their first
formal reunion since parting company in 1966. The reunion was held in Oakham in
the "Whipper Inn" Hotel. The original plan was to hold it in the
mess at Wittering as this was determined to be central for everyone. However,
this proved impossible as, unbelievably, the Mess is closed at weekends!
How times have changed!
The venue proved to be popular with 9 former
members attending including 2 who hadn't seen any of us since we left Cranwell
in '66. In addition we had invited Jerry Pook as our special guest.
Needless to say much beer, wine, champagne, port and jollity was had by all.
Apologies were received from 4 other members,
Ian Robertson, John Liddell, Keith Jackson and Dave Foulger. In addition Ian
Robertson sent a bottle of Port, and John Liddell sent lots of
photographs. (Which are now on this website.) The photographs were also
put to good use in an audio visual presentation that helped revive memories.
A toast was drunk to our fallen comrades Pete
Thompson and Paul Cooper and to those who couldn't make it.
- What a whopper
Dave - The food was good and plentiful as was the wine!
Bottom Left - Dick and Brian
warming up for the arm wrestling competition while the rest cheer them
Below - We do believe you Dick -
How long have you been a concert pianist?
- If you can play it - we can sing it!
Who had all that wine?... It was us Dave!
Everyone deep in
conversation - Dick is explaining how he caught a little one again!
Left - Les produced his "Sword
of Dishonour" to open the champagne French style!
Below Left - JC's having another to
prove he's an ambidextrous drinker! - Is Dave refusing one - no he's
asking for 4 just in case the Bar closes!
Below Right - Brian is explaining
how he deals with unruly passengers.
POST SCRIPT - Whilst still sober, everyone
present contributed to send a bouquet to Ian's wife Pat as she had just come out
of hospital having had a serious operation. Ian and Pat wrote and thanked
Thanks again Ian for the Port!
together at RAF Linton-on-Ouse in 2002
Dick Shuster, Les
Quigley, Brian Synott & Chris Saunby deciding whether to go home and drink
their ill gotten gains or pinch the JP - or both!!
can tell it's not a Cranwell JP - they have to have an arrow to tell the
students which way it goes!)
"D" Squadron have their first major reunion
"D" Squadron have struggled to have
squadron re-unions over the years due to the fact that their members were spread
far and wide throughout the globe.
However, once they got going they did so with a vengeance. They reported that
this year 8 stalwart members turned up for the re-union at the White Horse in Deddington on 12/13th October.
snag is - when checking out their report I find that there is no White Horse in
Deddington - it is in Duns Tew some 2 miles away - [with target identification
like this no wonder they were a few missing] Still 8 members found the RV
and appear to have done a lot of eating, drinking and being merry so no wonder they
didn't know where the where!)
Naturally they started with
"Pre-drinks" - before working out who was who and having more
old photo's helped...
Hayward, Alan Macdonald, Steve Wrigley, Malcolm Coe, Paul Buckland,
Malcolm Caygill, Dick Northcote, Jock Reid
know what happened to Steve's old photo?)
& Alan - "Great party - where are we?"
- Paul & Malcolm - "I think we're here!"
Over 50 years ago, pre-mobile phones
and internet, after being locked away for 3 years in the barren wastes of
Lincolnshire, far away from one's loved one, it was not surprising that many a
young Officer wanted to secure his bride before an exciting posting to some
equally barren part of the world. Many did and were married even before they
qualified for a married quarter - so 50th wedding anniversaries
Macdonald's 50th Wedding Anniversary in the RAF Club - 2017
Wrigley, Dave Hayward, Dick Northcote, Malcolm Coe celebrating 50 years of
happy marriage with Alan Macdonald
Kate celebrate 50 years together in 2017
Chris Saunby celebrated 50 years of marriage to Kate at
the same venue in Kettering where they were married. Many of the original
wedding guests were present.
Included were a large number of 89ers -
Jerry Pook (89A), Les Quigley (89C), Ian Robertson (89C), Dick Shuster
(89C), Dick Slogrove (89B), Brian Synnott (89C) and their wives.
Left - Chris Saunby
Right - Kate Saunby
Champagne was consumed
- Jill Quigley & Pat Robertson smile while Les makes for another
Left - Chris & Ian jaw
Quigley, Chris Saunby & Ian Robertson enjoying the afternoon sun whilst
Dick Shuster holds back from grabbing another drink!
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