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The Prescotian Webzine Newsletter

News and views from the World of Prescotians 25th. January, 2014
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Editorial
Another twelve months have come and gone since the last Prescotian newsletter and we hope that it whets your appetite to reconnect with the site. Contributions may not be as frequent as they once were, but the quality of interest is certainly there! We have a healthy visitor record still, but the heady days of the mid-noughties are well and truly a thing of the past. However, please remember that the site is now almost fourteen years ago .... in internet terms, this is a real sign of longevity.
Highlights since June 2013
Click on the links below for some of the stories that have appeared on the Prescotian Newsblogger and in some cases added to the Prescotian historical archives.
PGS Cricket
Thanks to Rob Blincow.

we now have a pair of cricket photos from 1969. Any help with match details etc. would be really appreciated!

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Welcome to the Prescotian
Since the last newsletter of early February, 2013 we have gained over twentynew Prescotian contacts. This takes our numbers up to 2708 You can read all about them by clicking here and hopefully find a long lost friend!
Archive for the ‘Prescotians’
GEORGE THOMAS WALTER SPILLER (1911 – 1989)
Born in St James’ Street, Gloucester, on 20th August 1911, he had one elder sister, Rose Irene (Renee) Spiller. The family moved from Gloucester while he was still young, but he remembered helping in his grandfather’s coal business, sometimes shovelling coal from their railway wagons.
He was educated at Prescot Grammar School, and then trained to be a teacher at the College of St Mark & St John, in Chelsea, London.

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Prescotian versus the World
We have recently seen surfers to the site from both Indonesia and the Cayman Islands.

Check out how the world of the Prescotian has travelled through the world by clicking here

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