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Andrew Ryder

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Posted on Friday, May 24, 2002 - 05:49 am:   

Message from Andy Ryder: I now live near New York City U.S.A. If people who remember me (kindly or not !!) want to make contact - my Email address is AMRYDER007@aol.com

Love to talk to you Mark.
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Mark Cooper

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Posted on Saturday, May 04, 2002 - 07:02 pm:   

Just found this site (great site for old Mundellans BTW), and wondered if any readers remember me.
Pupils I Remember Most:
Boys
Andy Ryder
Pete Malone
Kev Bishop
Melvyn Clark (Melvyn with a 'Y', Clark without an 'E')
Girls
Christine Holt
Christine Powdrill
Jane Stocks
Jane Handley
Trisha Dean
Jane Sedgewick (Splodgewick)

It seems I remember more girls names than boys (I wonder why - it couldn't be because of those 'gingham' summer dresses with the coke-can rings for a zipper-puller, could it?).

Teachers I remember:
Mrs Finch (Geog)
Mick Walker (P.E)
Mrs LittleJohn (Maths)
Spike Nettleship (Maths)

Many more faces, but the names just won't come to me at the moment.

Worst Memories:
Anyone else still get cramps in their writing hand from being given 'Flowing Waters' by Mick Walker?

Being folded up and put in a locker for an entire R.E. lesson by Pete Malone and Kev Bishop.

School Discos

Best Memories:
Trent Embankment with Trisha Dean and Christine Powdrill (separately, of course).

Wading in the kids paddling pool on Trent Embankment on hot summer lunchtimes, and coming back to lessons 'squelching'.

Trying to learn the guitar with Pete Malone and Andy Ryder.

School Discos

Anyway, hopefully that should be enough to jog someones memory.

Mark Cooper

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