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More contributions please but remember to keep them sensible.
As to Esmond's notion of only sensible people enquiring into the Pavilion Fund mystery, this is a thoroughly silly idea.
Girls' schools were selected for obvious reasons so had to be of good breeding stock and preferably scientists.
In a brave new, post-nuclear world there would be no call for irrelevant historians, artists, musicians or classicists.
I had thought it was Simpson's Academy for the Sad (SAD.)Trying to troll back through the memory but don't recall Ted. NALOPK that the first Pavilion (known as the ' Pavvi' was used by the School Scouts from 1913 to 1938.
It had formerly been a school building moved to HCS from a site in Alperton.
Laughter, even the merest snigger, will not be permitted at meetings with perpetrators sent immediately into purgatory.
Current, collated information suggests that the government in 1963 selected twenty five top schools across the UK for the possible excavation of security bunkers.Name: Chris Esmond Email: chrisesmond Years_at_school: 59-66Date: Time: Your last contribution, Pete, where you confess to having ignored "so sensible advice", is deeply disappointing and as a result I regret to inform you that you will no longer be considered to lead the investigation into the missing Pavilion Fund monies as such a responsibility demands an impeccably sensible person (especially where investigating himself is involved).Name: Chris Esmond Email: chrisesmond Years_at_school: 59-66Date: Time: Pete Fowler, your proven investigative skills make you eminently qualified to lead the ' What Happened to the Pavilion Fund? However, as a supporter of Henry Wyatt you yourself are, inevitably, I'm afraid, a prime suspect, which necessarily presents a rather tricky situation, a 'conflict of interests', as the saying goes: Would you be prepared to interview yourself?Each potential survival cell contained a nominated political and military leader for the local area.Dr Simpson would have taken administrative power over London and the Home Counties rather on the Nazi Gauleiter principle in WW2, as seen in countries like Poland.
He came to HCS just after I left but I know from this forum how highly he was respected by the students he taught.