Henry Brown Collin,1907 - 2001
James Graham Brocklehurst, 1915 - 2002
We were so sorry to hear recently of Geoff's death in 1999.
We were saddened to learn of the death of Teresa, younger
sister of Maurice, Marie and Terence. As a young teacher,
Teresa went to Brentwood Ursuline Convent in Essex and remained
there for 44 years. For several years she was Head of the
Primary Division where she was loved and highly respected
by all at the Convent as an excellent teacher and devout Christian.
Teresa was 65 and started at Lymm as a pupil in 1948. (How
pleased we were to see her at the 48ers' Reunion in 1998).
Heather Brierley to Paul Glover
Boucher To David and Nicola (Thornbury), a daughter
Spencer To David and Vanessa (Brierley), a daughter
Maxine Boucher to Mike Bowness
Our congratulations to Ken and Ruth Joynson, who celebrated
their Golden Wedding in 2001. Ken is still a District Councillor
and a member of the East Midlands Assembly. His brother David
has now retired from Pilkingtons.
Neil Lewis enjoys visiting the OSA Website and is a supporter
of the '50 Club'. He is looking forward to reading Newsletter
This will as always, provide a link which bridges the years
and unites students of all eras.
Peter Moss (1939-45) recalls time spent in the School's air
raid shelters, listening to someone playing the mouth organ,
and doing some 'plane spotting too! He points out that there
is always something of interest in the Newsletter, if only
in the obituaries, where he looks first these days. He asks
that the dates that people attended the school should be included
where known. Often initials mean nothing to a surname when
you recall a nickname like 'Rusty' Green or 'Moonface'.