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And so we made a special trip to see Arthur and we had a great re-union in a pub in Newquay that was an Australian type pub. Janet PERRY Hello Colin, I have just found your letter, and remember you by your picture of the class I put on WM back in January. Some of the lads I remember if you look it up, it's Jan 16. I was (and still am) hugely proud to have played for two of the teams.Sadly my friend had a stroke not long after that and he finally passed away, but I shall never regret tracking him down and having that re-union. All players would receive a weekly newsletter which featured the previous week’s results and the coming week’s fixtures. The following season I had moved-up to the under fifteen side.Instead, that evening, my Dad and uncle (who lived in Carr Road) took me to Wembley to watch the England versus France World Cup match.It was something that I’ll never forget, of course.
I earned my ‘width’ and ‘length’ ribbons there under the tutelage of the terrifying ‘Mr. The place was like an ice-box, the floors were slippery and dangerous and the communal changing-room was a large, soulless, tiled room that would have made an abattoir seem welcoming.
I too remember Mr Smith, I also remember having to squeeze across behind the shallow end to get to the male poolside lockers where your clothes got soaked by people jumping in and 'bombing'.
The diving boards were platforms on some form of metal framework.
The following is his story: Bayliss - Wstow Ave - Stan Happy new year, Bill BAYLISS Thanks Barry, now that you mention it, I seem to remember there being a fire late in '66 which started in the cafe and caused one of the observation windows to break, shutting the pool for a while.
I've tried looking it up online but with no success - I'll rely on other peoples memories to correct me!
Barry RYDER Hi Esther Regarding Stan Gerula, I am a Leyton Orient supporter and I remember Stan when he played for the Orient.