Friday, 27 July 2001

Ex-PSC directory upgrade

Hi,
Chris Boulter who manages the ex-PSC directory has revamped his site. Here is his message to our site. I shall contact him to see if we can get more members here :-
 
Hi Jim,
I've been working hard on the ex-PSC directory, and I've added some new
features - notably, hiding people's email addresses to prevent "spam", and
adding the ability to sort by name as well as by year of leaving Peter
Symonds. It now has a new home,

http://list.psc.ac.uk/

and I'd be very grateful if you could update the link on your "Unofficial
Nostalgia Corner".

It'd be great if you could post a message in the "corner" about the changes
too: I'm hoping to get more people adding their addresses to the list, so
the publicity would be much appreciated!

I'll be mailing everyone on the list some time soon, so if you'd like me to
mention your "nostalgia corner" I'd be more than happy.

Best wishes,

Chris

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Chris Boulter                           Admin, PSC email directory
list@psc.ac.uk                          http://list.psc.ac.uk/

Ex-PSC directory upgrade

Hi,
Chris Boulter who manages the ex-PSC directory has revamped his site. Here is his message to our site. I shall contact him to see if we can get more members here :-
 
Hi Jim,
I've been working hard on the ex-PSC directory, and I've added some new
features - notably, hiding people's email addresses to prevent "spam", and
adding the ability to sort by name as well as by year of leaving Peter
Symonds. It now has a new home,

http://list.psc.ac.uk/

and I'd be very grateful if you could update the link on your "Unofficial
Nostalgia Corner".

It'd be great if you could post a message in the "corner" about the changes
too: I'm hoping to get more people adding their addresses to the list, so
the publicity would be much appreciated!

I'll be mailing everyone on the list some time soon, so if you'd like me to
mention your "nostalgia corner" I'd be more than happy.

Best wishes,

Chris

--
Chris Boulter                           Admin, PSC email directory
list@psc.ac.uk                          http://list.psc.ac.uk/

Saturday, 21 July 2001

Mike Conlan's news-letter

Hi,

Today I was pleased to receive my OSS newsletter from Mike Conlan.

Included are reports on the Bournemouth dinner in May, the Triangular Golf Tournament between OS, O Edwardians and O Tauntonians at Hockley Club in June, the Society Golf Tournament in July and OSS annual cricket fixture in Winchester.

There is a college tour and presentation at the college on 6th October from noon to 2pm, looks interesting, I might go. The AGM is the same day, at 5.15 at the college, room N201.

The Winchester dinner is at the Moat House that night.

Contact the Secretary, Mike Conlan on 01793 512728 or

casamelara@aol.com

Mike also included a news-sheet of happenings since January this year. One name I recognised was Clive Harrison, left 1954, who has just joined the OSS. He is in the photograph I posted of the air cadets.

I will post full details of any of the above if anyone asks.

Regards,

jim wishart, list manager,

Mike Conlan's news-letter

Hi,

Today I was pleased to receive my OSS newsletter from Mike Conlan.

Included are reports on the Bournemouth dinner in May, the Triangular Golf Tournament between OS, O Edwardians and O Tauntonians at Hockley Club in June, the Society Golf Tournament in July and OSS annual cricket fixture in Winchester.

There is a college tour and presentation at the college on 6th October from noon to 2pm, looks interesting, I might go. The AGM is the same day, at 5.15 at the college, room N201.

The Winchester dinner is at the Moat House that night.

Contact the Secretary, Mike Conlan on 01793 512728 or

casamelara@aol.com

Mike also included a news-sheet of happenings since January this year. One name I recognised was Clive Harrison, left 1954, who has just joined the OSS. He is in the photograph I posted of the air cadets.

I will post full details of any of the above if anyone asks.

Regards,

jim wishart, list manager,

Monday, 9 July 2001

Glad to find this site

Hello All

Just about to visit Winchester for the first time in nearly 10 years, which prompted my search of the 'net to see if Peter Symonds had a web presence. (Last time I checked it did not).  Like many of the posters I can't seem to remember many names, or even when I left for sure, but I believe it was 1965.   If anyone remembers me I'd love to hear from you, and we can try and remember the good old days together.  I was thgere during the John Shields/John Ashurst era, and the opening of the new building (How well I seem to remember the gym in the original building becoming the cafeteria at lunch time).

I remember teachers like Woodhouse, and Colonel Hammond, and some one mentioned "Fluebrush"  Like them all I can remember is that nick-name!

My email address is nnich@openix.com   Any classmates who would like to get in touch are welcome. I now live with my wife and 13 yr old son in New Jersey USA I'd particularly like to get back in contact with my two good friends David Willins and Michael Trott.

Best wishes to all

Norm Nicholson

 

Glad to find this site

Hello All

Just about to visit Winchester for the first time in nearly 10 years, which prompted my search of the 'net to see if Peter Symonds had a web presence. (Last time I checked it did not).  Like many of the posters I can't seem to remember many names, or even when I left for sure, but I believe it was 1965.   If anyone remembers me I'd love to hear from you, and we can try and remember the good old days together.  I was thgere during the John Shields/John Ashurst era, and the opening of the new building (How well I seem to remember the gym in the original building becoming the cafeteria at lunch time).

I remember teachers like Woodhouse, and Colonel Hammond, and some one mentioned "Fluebrush"  Like them all I can remember is that nick-name!

My email address is nnich@openix.com   Any classmates who would like to get in touch are welcome. I now live with my wife and 13 yr old son in New Jersey USA I'd particularly like to get back in contact with my two good friends David Willins and Michael Trott.

Best wishes to all

Norm Nicholson