BLUNDERBUSS is aimed at former members of both Farnham Grammar Schools and Farnham College who attended between 1971 and 1979.
The website has developed over the last few years and aims to reach a wider audience through cyberspace which will (hopefully) prompt wider and faster feedback, and bring back happy memories.
Currently BLUNDERBUSS is masterminded by Mike Mehta and John Clarke, who just so happen to have been involved in the production of the original Roneoed editions of BLUNDERBUSS (courtesy of Mrs Brown).
From Sally Ann Barco (Dunkley) …
One of many wonderful photos that can be seen on Sally Ann’s Gallery.
This group photo is from Arnie’s 18th Birthday Bash and includes: Phil Hoegger, Geoff, Julie Bullock, Arnie, Georgie Heathcote, Kate Heathcote, Mark Foster, Kathryn Sturt, Jon Knight, Bridget Crouch, Susie McBride, Tony Lawrence, Judy Kimmis, and Caroline Gooding.
In front: John Wilson and Bryan Bellars.
Geoff Whiting kindly set up a new Facebook Group -
We hope the Facebook Group will facilitate easier posting & sharing of photos and other memories, although we aim to keep the website developing along its usual lines.
40th Anniversary Reunion (1978-
The social event of this year was keenly anticipated. The classes of '71 met in the relaxed surroundings of Tilford’s Barley Mow PH, with some electing to meet earlier to visit Farnham College.
The weather was excellent and there was a steady flow of beer and banter.
A gallery can be viewed on our Facebook page.
In the beer garden of the Barley Mow.
Arnie’s debut novel
“A bit of a boys-
I had the idea for the story more than ten years ago and was tempted to start writing during very long free-
More suggestions for Christmas presents!
The Kiss of the Sweet Scottish Rain: A Walk from Cape Wrath to the Solway Firth covers the route from Cape Wrath in the lonely northwest to a muddy estuary overlooking England, and takes the reader on a walk across Scotland. For Robert McWilliams -
Struggling with terrain, injury, atrocious weather, and above all his own fragile confidence, McWilliams weaves into his narrative the threads of his life that led to the journey, and discovers that the rewards of adventure are rarely those that were anticipated. The Kiss of Sweet Scottish Rain informs and entertains. As well as a ben or a castle, there is usually a joke just around the next turn in the trail.
We are delighted to add the book was cited as the Wadham College “August Alumni Author”.