Page 8, 13th July 1984

13th July 1984
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Page 8, 13th July 1984 — Natty score Fishing by Knott around

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Organisations: New Hall Bursary Fund
Locations: Surrey


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Natty score Fishing by Knott around

Keywords: Elmbridge, Claygate

FR PETER KNOTT'S recent exhibition of watercolours in Farm Street made between L11,000 and f112,000 for the Jesuit missions. Congratulations

the or

to him and to organisers; it

takes a lot of work to reach profits of that magnitude.

Having transformed Farm Street during his term of office the ex-gunner Jesuit is setting his sights on pastures new after a well earned sabbatical. I hope he ers to take his paint brushes and waterclours to

o ARE YOU an Old Fish living in Surrey? I was at a delightful gathering on the lawn of Paddy Bernard's house, recently, at Greystones, 30 Red Lane, Claygate, Surrey, in aid of the New Hall Bursary Fund, and she told me that she is trying to update her list of past pupils (Old Fish) of New Hall.

Margaret Horton and Paddy Bernard organised a very friendly party and 1 learned a lot about cricket from a veteran umpire who was heading off to Devon for five days of Devonish teas and local brews.

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