Reunion of some of class of 5M, 1968 – Brian Coleman, Ken Clark (deceased), Rob Shakespeare and Tony Fleet (now living on Vancouver Island) at the Fighting Cocks, Horton Kirby Circa 2009

 

What a pleasure it is to meet up again with old school friends, sometimes after not having seen them for 50 years or so? If you do arrange to see an old buddy who you knew at Cray Valley perhaps we can persuade you to arrange a quick snap which we can publish on the Blog and also add to the growing number of images in ‘How We Look Now’ section of the Image Archive.

 

A ‘mini-reunion’ – John Willis and Colin Cadle meet up in Sevenoaks

In a very rare trip back up to Kent, I met up with old school pal and lifelong friend John Willis and his wife Christina at Bill’s Restaurant in Sevenoaks on Thursday. Our three hours together seemed to go by in minutes but it was great to catch up and reminisce.

Please send your own mini-reunion photos to publish@cvths.com

 



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  1. Adrian Kelly says:

    Hi Colin, I notice you recently met up with one John Willis in Sevenoaks and I saw the photo. The name rang a huge bell in my mind and I’m wondering if it’s the same John Willis I remember from my ‘junior’ days at Poverest Road school. As I recall, he lived in Grosvenor Road in the Poverest area. Could it be the same chap?

    Adrian Kelly (’57 to ’62)
    15th April’18.

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