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Reply Bill Heaney
3:23 AM on January 17, 2015 

For all those who trained at IJLB Oswestry, there is a Reunion Dinner on Saturday 06 June 2015 and I have already posted the details of that on here. Time is running out to get a seat at this great event, there are only a few seats left. To book a place, you must e-mail Sandy Henderson. His e-mail address is:

Roy Liddell, Sandy is waiting to hear from you.
Reply Bill Heaney
2:04 PM on January 13, 2015 
For Roy Liddell:

Hi Roy,

I'm sorry for not getting back to you sooner.

To book a place at the IJLB Reunion Dinner, please e-mail Sandy Henderson, his e-mail address is:

Hope to see you there.

Best regards,

Bill Heaney
Reply Bill Heaney
2:01 PM on January 13, 2015 
roy liddell says...
Hi Bill could you send me more details .I was there in 62/63 A coy
Reply alex3482
5:59 AM on January 13, 2015 
Hi Davie , sorry to hear about Jimmy, i was up in Radfan too,at H.Q. signaller at A Echelon. How time flies along,think I had a drink in your company at Berwick last time you were there,I lived in Fort William then. Hope you and yours are well Alex Paterson
9:34 AM on January 11, 2015 
Hi Davy Denholm, Jimmy Burns here sorry to hear about Jimmy. How are you? I am keeping well and still playing golf. Found an old photograph of you and Derek Whan in Aden, just a few years ago!!! When I visit Scotland I call in and see Davy Brown. Give my regards to Andy Broll.