The forecast for the day was 'cloudy but dry', and when John, Eileen and I arrived at KHS about 9.50, it certainly was that. John and I went up to our archive room where we met James and Margaret Woolliams, Alex and Katrina Mathers, Simon Briggs and John Hughes. Tony and Julie soon joined us.
It started off as a dry, promising day, but being the Hill became very chilly quickly. We, being John Timmins and his wife Eileen and myself, arrived about 9.45, swiftly followed by Neil Lakeman. Within a very short time Elizabeth Fuller and her party of ex Clyde arrived and we all introduced ourselves.
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In June 2010 after a tour running Kandahar Airfield (NATO) in Afghanistan Malcolm has returned to the UK and has been appointed the Strategic Defence and Security Review's (SDSR) Defence Issues Team Leader.
We are delghted to learn that young Bobby Burns, son of the Health Minister, is the first English Pupil at Kingham Hill School to graduate with an American High school diploma.
Headmaster Nick Seward said: “I’m delighted for Bobby — a great achievement for a real Kingham Hill character."
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