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279) Steve Barwis (Lank) 
Wales Location
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Wednesday, 20 October 2004 19:45 Permalink

What a great site, I have already been in contact with a number of my ex Signals colleagues, which may lead to some more interesting emails from long lost drinking partners. :s) Anyone who knows me please get in touch, I have many photo's which I will dig out and scan for the site. Mainly stuff from Harrogate and Wildenrath! The good old days! By the way, Gorsty is still alive and kicking!
278) Ken Dobson 
Chester Location
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Tuesday, 19 October 2004 21:26 Permalink

Hi, just found this site, cool :s) If anyone remembers me from either 2 div Bunde, 586 RLD Osnabruck (Doubtful) or 216 Sig Sqn/1st Armd Brgd Sig Sqn please get in touch, it will be great to hear from you. All the best guys, great site.
277) Jay Rock. 
Nottingham Location
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Sunday, 17 October 2004 21:35 Permalink

Just Joined The Site And It Would Be Great To Hear From Anyone Who Remembers Me From Way Back In 51-53 At Catterick And Fayid In The Canal Zone.
276) Charlie Foster 
Edinburgh Location
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Saturday, 16 October 2004 20:05 Permalink

Tony, Tony, Tony.... Mee, Mee, Mee! :))

The 'Gathering' is a get together of ex and serving R Signals (mainly athletes and Rugby players) who meet up in York at the end of October for a few drinks and a night out on the town. It is not a formal gathering just the guys on the pop! We meet in the Punch Bowl (top of Micklegate) at 7pm on Friday (29th) and Saturday (30th) October 2004. I will send you further details via email.

Charlie Foster (Famous Athlete!) :s)

p.s. If anyone has contact with 'George' (Paul) Roper please get in touch!
275) Geoff Hodgson 
Bury Lancs Location
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Friday, 15 October 2004 15:57 Permalink

Just joined site today. Would like to hear from friends from the past.
274) Brian Wiggins 
Birkenhead, Merseyside Location
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Friday, 15 October 2004 08:57 Permalink

Just joined the site and i'm very impressed.
Would love to make contact with old mates who knew me during my time in the Royal Signals, serving as a Spec-op between 1969 and 1974.
A couple of the many names i remember.
Dick White.
Ged Littler.
Keith Smith.
273) Tony Mee 
Doncaster Location
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Thursday, 14 October 2004 11:50 Permalink

To the (in)famous runner Charlie Foster. Thanks for getting in touch, but as usual, you are not giving much away. Get in touch again and let me know where you are and some info on this get together in York. All the best. |:(
272) John Derwanz prev Smith 
Leeds, West Yorkshire Location
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Wednesday, 13 October 2004 22:52 Permalink

It was nice to visit the site and spot so many names, far too many to list, I can only just about remember them as I was 60 last week, so getting on now.Some may remember me as John Smith others John Derwanz, I changed my name in 1975 when I was at Bulford and remarried .Re Postings,I was attached to 9/12 Lancers in Osnabruck 63 - 65, then 640 Signal Troop for 6 years, Aden, Cypus, Then 2 Div, then Scotland,was attached to Argyles when they reformed as
569 Rear Link Det for 2 years, during which time we had 4 tours in NI, then Bulford, then 11 Sigs, Ouston, then Task Force Charlie, Munster. Then BMH Woolich and out.
John Derwanz
271) Henry Wynne 
Skelmersdale, Lancashire Location
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Tuesday, 12 October 2004 22:00 Permalink

Hi Charlie, can you email me with any details of the get together in York. Any names of people who are attending, just incase I know some of them. :s) I served with the Corps between 1973 to 1977.

Henry 8)
270) Charlie Foster 8) 
Edinburgh Location
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Tuesday, 12 October 2004 18:35 Permalink

Great site! If anyone wishes to attend the next 'Gathering III' in York on the weekend 29th - 31st October 2004 get in touch! :+
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