You probably came to this via LazylikeSunday.net or Nearly Midnight.
Hopefully a trip down memory lane!
Hope you have a quick download because these are big files! I have another publication I kept from all the years ago - see if I can dig it out!
|The Stanley Arms is part of the The Blackpool Inn scene, still a student haunt, clinging on by its fingernails - still called the "Blue Room"|
|David Hughes - What a fine chap, he wrote most of the editorial single handed - put together the pages, lots of work with the advertisers. I believe he was Vice President to Bill Petty the year before this one. I think he went working for Ford.|
|Paul was a catering student in his final year - rightly always wanted things done properly.|
The societies prospered this year
|I know where two of these people are! Perhaps an internet search will find Graham Thomas and Paul Bonsall, particularly likeable and capable chaps. Penny stayed a while I believe. Remained in touch for quite a while.|
|Remained in touch for Peter for a long time after my student journey - still in touch with Ann his better half from the time. Moved abroad in the end I think. Not sure what happened to the others.|
|The sensible ones - perhaps... Stayed in touch with the NUS secretary for a long while, last time I saw her - bringing breakfast in bed! (Don't get the wrong end of the stick -2014)|
|No idea where Alan has gone - most of the advertisers are not there any more!|
|Gone I think - Constitution was quite heavy going!|
|Just the same too!|
|I worked at Cooksons - another place they knocked down! |
My daughter lives where I used to stack bread. I remember it being under 3 feet of water once!
|I think Derbyshire's bread got flattened too - nearly worked there|