1977 Nigel Brown
(Located in Mailbox – Memories of Mayfield)
1965 – Chadwell Heath Primary School Pupils
Some will soon become Mayfield Pupils
Kim Ambrose, Paul Maloney, Sandra Baker, Ann Kendall, Anthony Gogay,
Pamela Good, Paul Taylor, David Ant
Julie Lloyd, Stephen Barnes, Julie Gallagher, Paul Payne, Leslie Broome,
Nigel Brown, Jacqueline Harvey, Roy Richardson, John Taylor
Kevin Jago, Denise Stone, Paul Nicholls, Christine Gray, Adrian McCarthy,
Mandy Oliver, Nicholas Topp, Anita Churston
Linda Beard, Stuart Dickenson, Jane Comley, Neil Want, Linda Nicholls,
Graham Radley, Tracy Rutter
I know six of these guys listed here as they were all in my exact-same year at Mayfield Boys School during the 1970’s. Some were even in my same class, during certain lessons, such as ‘French’, with Mrs.Piper. I remember Graham Radley, as he only had one-arm and a hook for a hand. Yet he won the ‘Table-Tennis’ knockout competition, on our weekend-away on the ‘Wicken Bonhunt’ trip, which was run by Mr.Ashmore, our P.E.Teacher. Can’t remember now, if it was 1975, or more likely 1976, as I recall the 56 seat coach travelling down the newly-opened M11 Motorway. I used to play football (with a tennis-ball) every single lunchtime in the ‘West Playground with Kevin Jago and John Taylor. (scored my best-ever ‘playground’ goal, against the latter, laughs !) Adrian McCarthy was a lifelong mate & am still in touch with him occasionally now. He doesn’t even know about this site, perhaps I ought to mention it (laughs, he’s a stubborn-git, so, no-telling his reaction, Hahahahaa). He still lives in Belfairs Drive, in Chadwell Heath, BTW!
Mayfield the place I remember for a multitude of reasons. Bullies existed there like in every school. I sometimes wonder how they got on in the real world. I left and travelled the world, enjoying almost every moment. Life for me was perfect after I Joined the Royal Navy.