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Tim Doubleday (B ’55-59) retired some years ago from his business operating a property letting agency in Bristol.
He and Paddy also spend much time with hordes of grandchildren in the UK and Norway.
Tim Morgan(M ’55-59) has retired from teaching in Dawlish where he has spent most of his working life and now spends much time on the golf course.
He and Angela also spend much time with grandchildren in the UK and Australia.
Tariq Goddard (Sh ’88-91) has written his seventh novel ‘Nature and Necessity’ published by Repeater Books ( repeaterbooks.com), superbly reviewed in The Guardian by Henry Jeffreys, who says that Goddard excels in writing about drug-fuelled debauchery and class-conflict in a country house novel with modern day moves.
OHs will be amused that Tariq mentions Chudleigh as a village in North Yorkshire, girls at Nohallows and Peacocks in the grounds.
Bruce specialised in developing software that automatically tests avionics products.
If any OH members of my era are down this way in Brazil please pass on my email address (Hon Sec happy to supply) and we could arrange for a few pints.Bruce reports that older brother Nigel Poulter (St 60-64) lives in Warlingham, Surrey and is spending much of his retirement walking.“He has now got his life back in order after sadly losing his wife Laraine to cancer eight years ago” Bruce said.Nigel’s four children are all married, and he has two grandchildren.He is a church warden at St Christopher’s church and enjoys organising local activities.
(10/17) Andy Moore (V ’53-58) writes : “In September we had the 2nd reunion of members of a rather disreputable flat in Barons Court in 1960/61.