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Hi , I attended Waltheof at this time , lots of memories .

 

Steve Green

 

---------- Post added 25-10-2016 at 15:53 ----------

 

Sweetcheeks,

I was there from 67-72. I remember all these teachers. Also Miss Sarson, DW Smith, Mr Battersby, Miss Batty, Mr Rawlings, (they married each other) Who was the teacher that lived in Darnall on Darnall Main Rd right before it turned into Staniforth Rd? He hated black kids. He once got Linval Madden and used him like a battering ram and rammed his head into the wall in the classroom. putting a hole in it.

 

 

If I remember correctly It was Dennis Cooper !

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I served my time there 65 to 71.

Here are some names that spring to mind.

Anyone still around?

Very sadly I can’t remember any girls’ names with enough confidence to add them to the list.

 

Any help out there willing to make additions?

 

Mick Connelly

Richard Green

Richard Wall

Richard Lean

Richard Brown (RIP)

Richard Taylor

John Carrington

Peter Smith

Peter Grayson

Mick Marcus

David Briggs

Peter Dyson

Martyn Thurlow

Yusef Hadar

Tim Mahoney

Robert Lindsay

Mick Bramhall

Dave Elliot

Robert Elliot

Nigel Deakin

John Gillot

Iqbal Mohammed

Ian Ellingham

Gary Ashton

Edited by Chill Time

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I, too, was sentenced to five years at the Waltheof "Pen"...fellow inmates I recall...

 

Pete Barlow

Phil Shirt

Kev Burns

Pete Nelson

Pete Hendy

Sean Green

Kevin Barrett

Steve Thompson

Pete Lewis

Ali Asghar

Phil Pickering

John Smalley

 

 

and many others.

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I, too, was sentenced to five years at the Waltheof "Pen"...fellow inmates I recall...

 

Pete Barlow

Phil Shirt

Kev Burns

Pete Nelson

Pete Hendy

Sean Green

Kevin Barrett

Steve Thompson

Pete Lewis

Ali Asghar

Phil Pickering

John Smalley

 

 

and many others.

 

Hi Steved32

This was the year after me. Though many of the names I recognise, some close friends who I am no longer in touch with.

I hope he will prove me wrong but I believe John Smalley has passed on to pasture greener (RIP).

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Hi Steved32

This was the year after me. Though many of the names I recognise, some close friends who I am no longer in touch with.

I hope he will prove me wrong but I believe John Smalley has passed on to pasture greener (RIP).

 

Very Sadly , after prolonged illness , John passed on a few years ago . We lived within 1 mile of each other for over twenty years without realising it , met again via this forum , and subsequently managed to have a few giggles at our drum from time to time, along with a few invited fellow Stalag - Waltheof internees . A Good Lad gone.

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I served my time there 65 to 71.

Here are some names that spring to mind.

Anyone still around?

Very sadly I can’t remember any girls’ names with enough confidence to add them to the list.

 

Any help out there willing to make additions?

 

Mick Connelly

Richard Green

Richard Wall

Richard Lean

Richard Brown (RIP)

Richard Taylor

John Carrington

Peter Smith

Peter Grayson

Mick Marcus

David Briggs

Peter Dyson

Martyn Thurlow

Yusef Hadar

Tim Mahoney

Robert Lindsay

Mick Bramhall

Dave Elliot

Robert Elliot

Nigel Deakin

John Gillot

Iqbal Mohammed

Ian Ellingham

Gary Ashton

 

 

I’m newly registered but have been a lurker for a short while.

I’ve not read the whole of this thread yet but what I have is very interesting.

I can add a few names to this list, myself leaving in 1971.

Some of these left in 1970. I believe ours was the last year that had the option of leaving at 15.

 

 

Dave (Arthur) Askham

Garry Birkwood

Glyn Oran

Chris (Sam) Rooms

Pete Goude

Steve Stansfield

Dave Thomlinson

Linda Haslam

Julia Goddard

Julie Stansfield

Denise Proctor

Denise Chapman

Gary France

Harry Fletcher

Gary Jackson

Sharon Drinkwater

Susan Shaw

Wendy Wiseman

Melvin Jeffries

Ali Ben Ahmed

Ajaib Azize

Dave Bolsover

Bob (Stan) Stansfield?

Steven Brailsford

Gary Hall

Robert Cowley

Steven Atwood

Kathrine Hodgson

Pat Clarke

Elain -----

Margaret Shield

Hazel Manterfield

 

 

Sad to hear about John Smalley. I too often frequented the little house on the green.

 

DARNEX I think we may be acquainted, a good clue would be if you recognise the term C15?

 

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DARNEX I think we may be acquainted, a good clue would be if you recognise the term C15?

 

Apparently I can't reply to your PM until I've submitted at least 5 posts:(

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:12 ----------

 

DARNEX I think we may be acquainted, a good clue would be if you recognise the term C15?

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:12 ----------

 

 

Apparently I can't reply to your PM until I've submitted at least 5 posts:(

 

so here is number three

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:13 ----------

 

getting closer

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:14 ----------

 

4 this could get boring :rolleyes:

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:15 ----------

 

5 this could be a clue :cool::cool::cool:

 

PM on its way

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:17 ----------

 

6 got to make it six. someone cant count:hihi:

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No Pm Yet , But from the names you mention it sounds like you are from the year before us. ? ( we Left Wtf. Easter - 71 ) there were two escape tunnels per anum in those days , though a few went over the wire for various reasons...........

 

Just tread carefully on here , it is not a secure website and personal info often gets hacked . Paranoia rules .................

 

Cheers.

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Still not letting me PM you Darnex, probably a slow admin uptake thing.

 

Have a think about an aubergine 100E, a green 1500 MK1 cortina (rubber side up) and a white/red mini.

 

Any Clues?

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Industry Road , Peaked Cap , GreatCoat , DartFoot games no visible signs of intelligence ?

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Still not letting me PM you Darnex, probably a slow admin uptake thing.

 

Have a think about an aubergine 100E, a green 1500 MK1 cortina (rubber side up) and a white/red mini.

 

Any Clues?

 

SWMBO Has just said can you remember Strawberry, Split :heyhey:

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 12:49 ----------

 

Industry Road , Peaked Cap , GreatCoat , DartFoot games no visible signs of intelligence ?

 

Dat wud be me:loopy::huh::huh::gag:

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Yo Dude.

 

Regards to M . and Yes , I do remember ............ bloomin eck that was some time ago.

 

Will await P.M,s

 

Welcome to the Delusions of Adequacy Club ! I signed up long - since .

 

Nanoo Nanoo .

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Well some of comments from likes of Ben Holland ransom Shipley didn't leave much to the imagination

Today they would be in so much trouble

Many a time Ben Holland blackboard rubber narrowly missed me

I think that's why my hair is white today it's the bloody chalk dust

 

 

Some of Ben Holland's classics that spring to mind.

 

 

 

“What have you drawn this with, a poker?”

 

“Bring ink anywhere near my room and I will flog you until you howl for mercy”.

 

“Take those grubby paws to the well at the rear and soil some of the clear liquid that emerges from the fountain”.

 

“Take yourself to yonder little boys’ room and bring back several sheets of tracing paper”.

 

Picture this. Thumbs behind braces, bending knees, a rasping fart followed by “good <removed>”.

Edited by nikki-red
Fixed quote tag/masked swearing.

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