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WHEN I'M NOT AT SCHOOL

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I have been invited to outline some of my hobbies.

I have been playing guitar for many, many years! I began whilst at College in London and was delighted to learn Beatles, Moody Blues and Don McLean songs. I pick up my guitars whenever I can and am lucky enough to have a few different instruments to play. I have a couple actually signed by some of my guitar heroes. Both my sons play and I enjoy learning riffs and solos from them.

As a very young lad I shared a Hornby Dublo 3 Rail train set with my brother, and the mania of model railway has stayed with me ever since; it seems to come over me in waves. I still have the original set and have added to it over the years. My Grandson and I are compiling his own Thomas the Tank Engine set which we often operate.

My final hobby is to do with the Royal Navy in the Second World War. This began as my uncle, after whom I was named, served during the conflict and was on a Destroyer, a Cruiser and a Battleship. He would often tell me his experiences, taking me around the Imperial War Museum on more than one occasion. I have many books on the subject as well as numerous models, built from kits. My Grandson and I now have a radio controlled battleship to try out in the summer.

Mr Walker
24th Jun 2009, 12:55  

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