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On the afternoon of July 20 there was a change of plan; we weren’t going swimming.
I was always led to believe that the pool was a ‘short course’ one rather than a ‘long course/competition standard’ one.
The pool had only six lanes and needed to have ten for Olympic/National competition.
They were Charles, Esther, Joan (later Baroness) and Lily. Beloe and Spicer were very good but hard and Horner was a rat. I'm now living in Leicestershire, but whilst at School was living in St Andrews Rd. Tony SMITH Hello Daniel, I would just like to take the time to thank you for all the hard work you put in maintaining this wonderful site.
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