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Remember Laura Denham?

Laura Denham and Tim

When did you attend Priory?

1972-76

Who was your most unforgettable teacher?

Mrs Ingrouille. My first Priory teacher. She made us all feel so welcome. I drew hearts on her picture in the 1972-73 yearbook, which I still have.  

 

Mrs. C. Ingrouille

Who were your best friends at school?

Michelle Combs, Cindy Reimer, Karen Harms, Francine Demetrius, Shelly MacReynolds, Katherine Rose, Tina Martin  

   

Francine Demetrius              Cindy Reimer

  

Who are you in touch with now?

No-one!

 Who would you like to trace if we could?

I'd be interested to know where fellow Brits Tina and Sara Martin went. They left and went to Cayman in 76, I think.

What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?

Well, I was too young (6, 7...) to do anything wild. But once in assembly one of the teachers held up a girl's dress and said "This was found in the outdoor assembly area, whose is it?" It was mine and I had to go up and claim it to embarrassing sniggers. The thing was, I had got changed into my uniform for Brownies (presumably in the bathrooms) and must have dropped it. Honest!     

Who was the wildest person during your time at Priory?

Roy "Chippy" MacGregor. I spilled my marbles on the floor once and instead of helping me to pick them up he started thieving them, the little bugger!

Roy "Chippy" MacGregor

Where do you live and what do you do now?

I live in London and after many years studying and working in the arts and media mostly in San Francisco, I now teach yoga, do some writing and like to run marathons.
 

Tell us about any significant others

I am married to the most wonderful man named Tim who I met in San Francisco and "re-discovered" in London once we both returned to sanity from our many overseas travels and adventures.

What do you think of the Priory website?

No answer!


 

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