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Mick Jeffs (1949-52)
Sept. 1949 left December 1952 to join Royal Navy. Headmaster and parents
not very pleased.
Ran cross country. Only claim to school fame was having my poster for the
chess club displayed in one of the corridors.
Joined the navy to see the world; did that and not much else so 'retired' in
1962, having married Maureen (Pettiford) in 1959, and moved to Plymouth where we
One son Peter, born 1961.
Had various jobs after the navy but found my niche as a credit draper (tally
man) and after a successful 10 years started my own business doing the same.
Became very active member of Plym Valley Lions Club and through another member
went into the travel business as a tour operator. From 1979 to 2002
Maureen and I escorted people on worldwide holidays and saw (and appreciated)
much more of it than during the time I spent in the navy.
Retired in 2002 and now spend 6 months in Florida (where Old Uff. Ron Taylor is
my neighbour) and the other 6 in Plymouth.
Since retiring I have self published my first book 'Which way Did They Go?'
(web site: www.whichwaydidtheygo.co.uk) and the second 'You're Not God You
Know!' is in the pipeline.
Although looking at the web site I recognise some of the teachers names my only
real recollection is Dr. Roberts my headmaster.
For information: Mac Camp 1948/1953 I think, also joined the navy (Fleet Air Arm
actually) and ended up in Plymouth too. Unfortunately he died ten years ago of