As a pupil there in the late '60's, I had many mixed emotions. Not a lot of friends, probably my fault (!), not quite sure what the greater expectations were, other than the goal of GCSE and GCE…Continue
With all the talk of recognition to musicians - how about a plaque recognizing Bill Wyman's flat in Penge (still there!) during the 60's? We have recognition of Bowie at the original Three Tuns pub in Beckenham. Just a thought! Thanks.
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Hi Len, I remember it the same as you posted. We were very lucky to have such teachers, especially the likes of John Evans and Peter Whitworth and several others. I remember being in class with you and coming to your house in Clevedon Road for music lessons where you taught me to read bass, I also remember your brother George and your mum and dad too. It came as no surprise to hear of your musical success with the talent you have always had. I enjoyed listening to your Beatles piano arrangements. These songs I also enjoy playing or try to play at least. Wishing you all the best and 'Here's to Oakfield' Robert Pattison