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(10/17) John Armstrong (B ‘62-66) AA Gold Medallist, who runs ‘The White Horse’, Winchester Road, Ampfield, Romsey, says he is glad to have a business that is close to the motorways of southern England yet in the country.
It allows OHs the chance to pop in for an ale when passing.
John, who has organized gatherings for OHs, visited John Husain (C ’63-68) in Deal last summer and enjoyed a fine ale with him.
Allhallows was truly John’s home for many years when his parents were abroad and he has wonderful memories of the imposing buildings, the undercliff, the staff and the lifelong friends he made there.
“It is hugely satisfying when you run the code and see it works,” he explained.
Andy Bath (C ’71-76) drops in occasionally as they have mutual friends in the village. Aunt Agatha’s box file is brim full of news from OHs.Please keep the news coming and we will print as much as we can.Tim Morgan(M ’55-59) has retired from teaching in Dawlish where he has spent most of his working life and now spends much time on the golf course.
He and Angela also spend much time with grandchildren in the UK and Australia.In his Acknowledgments Tariq expresses his love and thanks to John Stubbs, his English teacher at Allhallows, whose comments on an early draft were extremely helpful.