Contributed by: Trevor STUBBERFIELD 52A
“Is it not said that
we should not live our lives in our memories, yet, through our memories,
shall we not know we have lived our lives?”
Thoughts of Trevor 52A.
After three years together
at Arborfield we parted in February 1955 to set off on our own paths through
life. Many of us would not set eyes
again on our friends throughout our service career. Indeed, perhaps we would not meet
again. There are no certainties in
life. Thanks to the great efforts made
by a determined group of our intake we managed a good turn out for the 2002
Arborfield Old Boys Reunion, our Golden anniversary. On Saturday the 22nd of June 2002 we
gathered for this group photograph. We
all remembered the way we were. Now
these photos show us the way we are today.
Left to Right, Ken Benny Byford, Terry Jack Reddin,
Frank Sam Bass, Trevor Sexy Trill, Danny Yule, Trevor
Alan Gordon, Mick Eden,
Bill Gibson, Ted Horn, Colin Titch Lenihan,
John Todd, Joe Plant, Mick Robinson, Eddie Hind,
First Published: 1st September 2006.
Latest Update: 15th August 2018.