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    Default National Sea Training school Gravesend 1971-72

    Freezing Cold, Coco,Top of the Pops, Polishing shoes and floors etc
    That's some of my memories, nothing new to those who have been there
    though....
    I have just updated my class photo with a name list, and thought a new
    thread was a good idea to draw fellow members from these 2 years (I
    was there end of 71 to beginning 72 ... Y class Deck


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    Default Hi Lee

    you never forget your discharge book number?? can you remember your gravesend number ? Regards Terry.
    {terry scouse}

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    Default Re: Hi Lee

    Hi Lee. I was at gravesend Sea training at the same time as you I think ..I loved it there it was great fun . Paddy mcgorah. Mighty mouse . To name just a few ..wish I could turn the clock back

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    Default Re: Hi Lee

    Hi Les.
    Welcome to the site, quite a few Peanuts been on the site over the years; still plenty around. I don't know if you know but there is a Gravesend web site. Like the Vindi boys they are all over the world, I live in Cooma which is in the wapwaps in NSW but I met a prison guard here who was at Gravesend in the 60s.
    Hope you enjoy your stay.
    List your ships and dates you were on them, you never know there amy be ex shipmates on site.
    Cheers Des

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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1971-72

    was in y class 14/02/72 till 02/06/72

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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1971-72

    Hi All My name is Ray Jones I was a peanut probably 71-72 I knew it was cold I was in the catering class, I was a novelty as I came from Crewe lol

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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1971-72

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Jones View Post
    Hi All My name is Ray Jones I was a peanut probably 71-72 I knew it was cold I was in the catering class, I was a novelty as I came from Crewe lol
    ##welcome to the site ...as i recall all change at crewe was a regular announcement in them days .....im sure you will find some novelty on the site grab a can and join in

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    Default Re: Hi Lee

    sad i know but i do, i was there in 76 number 32587 discharge book UK040563

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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1971-72

    I was at Gravesend April to August 1972, well remember the polishing, cleaning, GSK and boxing the compass. I also remember the shooting sessions with the admirals daughter and her awful arithmetic

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    Not quite as novel as Buxton. When I tried to phone home the operator thought it was spelt Bookston.

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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1971-72

    hi Lee check out NSTS and Keeping Peanuts in the picture on facebook .

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