This Site Was Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2008
Site Owner - Stephen Smith
Keith and just one of his hobbies
When did you attend Priory?
Who is your most unforgettable teacher from Priory?
So many really good one's that it's hard to single out one. Over the years I look back fondly at the sound advice I received from Mrs Hernould, Pat Bourke and the great geography lessons from Mr Lloyd
Who were your best friends at school?
Plenty! Hugh Black, Sue Douthwaite, Pam & Nancy Henry, Debbie, Donna and Rhonda Brown, Allison Bruneman, The Ratcliffe brothers Marc & Kip, Randy Godber, Stephen Smith, Simon Blake, Ofer Zusmanovith, The Henry brothers Philip & James Trench and my good pal Sally Humphries. I know there were many more I have not remembered...........sorry!
Who are you in touch with now?
Most (but not all) of the above from time to time except the Ratcliffe brothers and Sue Douthwaite, have never been able to track them down
Who would you like to trace if we could?
Sue Douthwaite and the Ratcliffe brothers.
What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
I plead the fifth on that one, I can't afford to get sued by anyone! But we sure had some wild times at Priory with some great people. Good clean fun of course!
Who was the wildest person during your time at Priory?
Well I guess it has to be Simon Blake...........nothing new there!
Where do you live and what do you do now?
I live in Belize in Central America where I am the local MD for a UK based retailer. I have been with the company for 33+ years and have had the opportunity to work in various countries including Fiji, Papua New Guinea, UK and Grenada.
Tell us about any significant others
I have been
married to my lovely wife Marylin for 26 years, we have no children but a
love for animals. We presently have 9 dogs, 8 cats and a crocodile called
'Colin'. Thankfully we live out in the country with lots of space!
All are rescues, some even found us!
Keith, Marilyn and a 'rescuee'!
What do you think of the Priory website?
I think it's great, it's nice to catch up with old friends.
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