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Wigan & Dist' M&T College: Carpentry and Joinery Section 1973
Wigan & Dist' M&T College: Carpentry and Joinery Section 1973
Photo: Bill Hart
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Item #: 16162
End of summer term bowling day and meal at the Ridgway Arms, Blackrod, Nr Horwich Station.

L-R Bill Hart Plumbing Technician. Jimmy Winstanley - Joinery Technician, ? Lecturer, Bill Draper Lecturer, ? Technician, George Tomlinson Lecturer, ? Lecturer, unknown.

Comment by: karen on 20th October 2010 at 16:47

was jimmy winstanley one married briefly to dorothy brown in the 40s

Comment by: winnie on 23rd October 2010 at 18:22

it says four user comments but i can only see the one that i put up

Comment by: Bill hart on 23rd October 2010 at 22:29

I see what you mean winnie... odd

Comment by: winnie on 23rd October 2010 at 22:49

so its just not me !!!!!!!!!

Comment by: Brian Robinson on 17th August 2015 at 10:04

This brings back some really good memories of my time at the ol d Wigan Tech building.I was a Carpentry&Joinery student 1963-69.It was a great college to be at, with some cracking fellow students.The 3rd f/left is tutor Mr John Strinfellow, (from Hindley).6th along was Mr Mc????, he was from St Helens.He was a quiet spoken nice guy.Can anyone put the rest of his surname in.I was serving my time with a large construction co, Gerrards of Swinton.A lot of my fellow students were apprentices with Wigan Borough Direct Works.I'm in touch with two of these, Dave 'Wink' Winstanley & Carl Forshaw.Others were Kevin Catterall,Colin Brooks & Dennis Kelly.Anyone out there from the Carpentry/Joinery classes,of the aforementioned era,please get in touch via my email on this posting, as I no longer live in the Wigan area.

Comment by: Brian Robinson on 9th October 2015 at 10:38

Info from Kevin Catterall,the tutor 2nd from r was Mr Mcooey,from St Helens.As regards my previous post, the other tutor I referred to was Mr Stringfellow.(incorrectly spelt x me).

Comment by: Neil Chisnall on 30th December 2016 at 09:07

Was there from 78 to about 84, Bill Draper was still there.
Mr McCooey was also still there as well, what a lovely man he was.

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