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Hello to any of you out there who left St Edmund Campion School, Wrekenton in Gateshead, between 1974 and 1976. As next year will the 30th anniversary when my year '

"joined the real world", I thought there may be some of you who would like to help organise a reunion, sometime next year.

I have had a word with a few of you already and I know that it seems like a good idea, so if you are interested, drop me a line at

I would also be grateful if any of you know contacts for any of our old schoolteachers, such as: Mr, Mrs, Ms Rooney, Case, Charlton, Armstrong, Kelly, Gibson etc, let me know.

Hope to hear from you soon

I AM a young Ghanaian boy of 26 years and would be glad to get pen-friends from your country, England.

My hobbies are sports, dance, TV, garden, music, travelling, culture, exchange of ideas and more.

I would like to hear from people of old and young ages living anywhere in England, and all letters from both old and young would be answered.

JOSEPH QUANSAH, PO Box 1490, Sunyani - BA, Ghana, West Africa.

SEEKING information or descendants of Edward Walton family living at 35 Renforth Street, Dunston, 1920-1970. He had sons Robert William, John and Edward. Robert William married Mary Kelly in 1945. Edward married Sheila Forster in 1930.

This inquiry is for a relative in Australia. Contact (0191) 384 7385. E-mail:

Contact: Thomas Shotton, 31 Raby Road, Newton Hall Estate, Durham. DH1 5NJ. (0191) 384 7385.

I HOPE, through your column, you can find a friend whom I last heard from in the early 60s. We first met in Blackpool, her name was Kathleen Gilmore, her address was 13 Chapel Row, North Seaton Colliery, Ashington.

She had two sisters, one of them as I remember was named Anne.

It would be lovely to hear from her after all this time. My maiden name was Clayton.

ANNE LOWNDS, 14 Gair Street, Hyde, Cheshire, SK14 4SB; Tel: 0161 368 6662.

ONCE again we are having a reunion for the Carville School, Wallsend. The last one was well attended and hopefully this one will be as good, if not better. This event will be held in the lounge of the Lindisfarne Club, Wallsend, on Tuesday, October 12, from 7pm. Tickets at pounds 3 are available from either Anne (Young) on 262 9688 or Edna (Dale) on 289 1267. Free raffle. Please confirm booking.

E McDINE, Gibson Street, Willington Square, Wallsend.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Sep 17, 2004
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