Leith Walk Primary
"I have just discovered this website.
I have often thought about my then classmates and I recognised
nearly all the names above, as I was in Alex Harper's class up to 1957
when I started at Moray House Secondary with James Simmons."
Leith Walk Primary
"I kept in touch with John Alexander for
some time but lost touch, unfortunately.
On reading that a class reunion had been
held in The Ellwyn Hotel I was disappointed not to have known as I live
just a short distance from it. Should any future reunions be
planned I would be grateful to be informed."
I don't know whether or not any more reunions are
planned. However, I'll send you the latest email
address that I have for Tam McLuskey who told me about the
last Reunion in 2012. Then you can try sending an
email to him and asking him if he knows of any plans to hold
Peter Stubbs, Edinburgh: 17 May 2016
"I lived at 28 Brunswick Road until 1955 and
my mother worked in the drysalters, Cochrane & Bishop, at 95 Easter Road
My First Jobs
"On leaving Moray House School in 1960, my
first job was an apprentice with Andrew Whyte & Sons, Manufacturing
Stationers, on the corner of Easter Road and Bothwell Street, before
starting as an apprentice engineer with Edinburgh Corporation Transport
Department, at Shrubhill."
Whilst working at Andrew Whyte & Sons, I
worked with Lynda Phillips, one of the girls that Irene Day mentions
that she would like to make contact with in her
Norton Park Recollections 2."
"Lynda lived round the corner from me in
Loganlea Road and the last time I saw her would be around 1963 when she
was about to get married and presumably move away from her parents'
Also living in Loganlea Road was Ian Wallace
who attended Norton Park Secondary School 1957-1960. The
last I heard of Ian he was when he was working for The SMT Motor Co."
good to know that so many are still interested in their school and past
Robert Bishop, Piershill, Edinburgh:
11 May 2016