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Current, collated information suggests that the government in 1963 selected twenty five top schools across the UK for the possible excavation of security bunkers.
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Name: Pete Fowler Email: Ntlworld Years_at_school: 1956 62Date: Time: In the early days of online forums, when they seemed the preserve of the Universities, I remember some Oxford Prof first writing a phrase that confused me at the time - but has resonated more and more through the years. And yet I still sometimes forget that so sensible advice.
Name: Laurence Lando Email: square Years_at_school: 1957 -Date: Time: It is with much regret that I have learnt of the passing of Mr David Baker. Whilst at school, David was a good friend to me, when I needed the presence of a 'father figure'. Name: Michael Schwartz Email: Years_at_school: 1965- 1972Date: Time: Pete - I note your comment that an obituary for Fred Bilson appeared in The Guardian. Name: Peter Ward Email: peter.Years_at_school: 1958 - 1963Date: Time: Interested in Ted Troll's comments.
He was in the Department (Golland, Lafferty, Bilson) that proved more than adequate, indeed, inspirational, to the best Arts Sixth Form (Perkins, Anderson, Portillo etc) in the entire school history.
The appreciation of humour was never a feature of Dr Simpson's regime and must have rubbed off on his products.
Dr Simpson would have taken administrative power over London and the Home Counties rather on the Nazi Gauleiter principle in WW2, as seen in countries like Poland.By the end of this period it had become unsuitable for further use, and there is reference to a sum of GBP700 required to address the various repairs needed; the then Headmaster had accepted responsibility for finding this money. In the event the Group did not get final financial approval for its present HQ until 1971 (and even then arsonists tried to burn it down before the building was complete). Well my own (totally serious of course) suggestion is that it was probably used to purchase commercial quantities of Jammie Dodgers and Wagon Wheels for use in the tuck shop at the various Troop camps.I can confirm that this was an on-going tradition when I joined the Group in 1948.Colonel Bigham would have assumed military command over the same area, the two leaders working in tandem. In a nuclear emergency, a handful of brilliant Sixth Form scholars and top CCF NCOs were to be singled out to enter the bunker.
The most academic were to be drawn from sensible subjects of future value such as Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Engineering.More contributions please but remember to keep them sensible.