gone but not forgotten
Hi Robert, Yes i was on the Kiri Gold car park, if it was open i don`t know, it was approx 12:15 pm and there was`nt a customers car on the park, but they do have unusual opening times & we are a bit off topic. Len.
Hi all, I went there for day release as an apprentice electrician 67-70 and when back in 84-86 to do electronics. It served me well just retired after 52 yrs as spark but not a bright one hehe.My late husband Cyril Hayward taught Engineering and retired in 1993 as Vice Principal.
Not sure if PatHayward still uses this site but I went to Garretts Green College between 1968 & 1972 to do my craft pipefitting & gas/arc welding City & Guilds. Have recently retired after fifty years in the industry. The name Hayward has haunted me all night as I am sure he was one of our lecturers that used to take us for welding technology. Was he involved with home brewing?My late husband Cyril Hayward taught Engineering and retired in 1993 as Vice Principal.
Hello Dave - Yes he did teach welding technology but he was at Hall Green Technical College in the years that you were at Garratts Green and then he spent some time at Tile Hill Technical College before moving to Garratts Green. In the early years he was involved in home brewing. He was well known also for getting students to take his Old English Shedpdog for a walk st lunchtime!