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School photo 1967

First row L-R: Myself, Joel Schoen, David Saunders, Nick Hayward, Kevin McLaferty, Simon Pollard,J ohnathan Gates

2nd row L-R: John Miles, Johnathan Davies, Brian Worthington, Bro Athanasius, John Geary, Ian Sheaffer, Dennis Cobham

3rd row L-R: Nick Leason, Sean Flynn, Rudy Cosham, Philip Greenfield, James Kavangh, Anthony Hess, Richard Penny, Martin Bell

4th row L-R: James Howell, Mark Thatcher, Anthony Marriott, Murray Brickell, Simon Dougall, Ian White, Simon Webb

Missing after the first year: Stephen Forward and David McGinty and Mark Austin. Replaced by: Miles Broe, David Tessier, David Cobbley
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De La Salle school photo 1967
From the private collection of Damien Wan

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  • Ex pupils of Xaverian College, Brighton and De la Salle College Hove may be interested to know that there is now a Facebook Group ‘Xaverian College, Brighton’. Former pupils of both schools are welcome to join. The link is: There are also a number of other postings and photos on this site (My Brighton and Hove) under:Home/Places/Parks/Queens Park/History of Atree’s Villa (Containing a number of postings), Home/Places/Schools/Xaverian College and Home/Places/Schools/Cardinal Newman Catholic School

    By Mike Davey (24/10/2014)
  • I remember this time well – for various reasons. It would be great to know how life treated us all. Simon Webb

    By Simon Webb (05/07/2015)
  • I am sorry to advise that Joel has passed away on 13th June 2010.

    By Damien Wan (09/02/2018)
  • Yes I used to get the train from Three Bridges with Dorrington and later Saunders. Nicholas Berzins got on at Haywards Heath and others got on at Hassocks (Powell I think). There was one who even came in from Redhill. Others came in from Rustington and Seaford. I can also remember that music teacher, but not his name unfortunately, he played the piano and in order for him to be able to play the organ in the chapel, one boy had to work the pump.

    By Franc Bell (10/05/2020)
  • I think you may be referring to Martin Deadman as your fellow passenger and Mr. Langridge as the organist and piano player at XC and DLS.

    I believe the other passengers from Hassocks may have included members from my class in the following year.

    If you were a member of the school then you should join the above mentioned group for further details.

    By Damien wan (11/05/2020)

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