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College & OF History: 1975-2000
Into the Third Millennium
Framlingham College...
By John Maulden


Looking Back 40 years - Rugby Union
On 20th March 1965, Andrew Hancock (S52-57), playing left-wing for England against Scotland, scored one of the most dramatic tries ever seen at Twickenham to earn England an unlikely 3-3 draw and condemn Scotland to the Wooden Spoon.

Hear the Commentary and see a YouTube video: Follow the link in Read More.

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Possible SOF Hants Supper
Charles Blackmore (K65-75) and Richard Vaughan-Griffith (K60-64) have suggested setting up a Hants Supper. They already have about 4-5 other OFs who might like to attend. If you would be interested in attending a Hants Supper, please contact Charlie Blackmore at Charles.Blackmore@ds.spx.com

UK News
See the latest news on UK based OFs in the People > Here and There section of the website - click here.

OF Rifle Club
The Rifle Club 2005 fixture list for the coming season is now available on the website Events page.

Further details from SOFRC secretary: James Mehta.

Help needed to identify Norman Borrett's collection of caps etc.
Click on "Read More" to view a collection of four caps and squares in the late Norman Borrett's collection. If you can identify any of these please email the Website Team - webmaster@oldframlinghamian.com

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In the Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia
Twenty years ago, Charles Blackmore (K65-75) set out to retrace the “Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia” crossing some of the most dangerous wildernesses on earth, through 800 miles of the Jordanian and Saudi desert.

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Jeff Wornham killed while saving lives in Stevenage fire
Many of us will have seen reports on the news about the Stevenage tower-block fire in which two brave fireman were killed on 2 February 2005 while trying to save a trapped woman. One of those heroic men was Jeff Wornham (K 89-95), brother of Tom Wornham (K 86-92).

Updated 14th Feb:
Tom has said that the funeral will be mainly a family affair, but that there is to be a Memorial Service for Jeff and for Michael Miller at St Albans Cathedral on the 15th March. He thanks those many friends who have called offering sympathy and support.

Lizzie Honeycombe (P91-98), Jeff's girlfriend of the last three years, told the East Anglian Daily Times he was a wonderful man and they had hoped to marry next year. See Read More for the full story.

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OF competes in Uniroyal Cup
Ian Connell (R68-73) has been racing saloon cars since 1988. Though he now tends to leave most of the driving to his sons, he still manages the Connell Racing team, and often with Nick Carley (G64-72) coordinating the pit team.

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Norman Francis Borrett - 1st October 1917 to 10th December 2004
It is a great sadness to announce the passing of Norman Borrett (S31-36) - Head Boy, College Master, SOF President, Cambridge Blue, Eastern Counties Rugby, Essex Cricket, British Open amateur Squash champion - 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 & 1950, England Hockey team - 1939, 1946, 1947 & 1948, and Captain of the Great Britain Hockey XI - 1948 London Olympiad (Silver medalist).

Click on "Read More" for links to Obituaries and other websites

The Times - December 30, 2004 - "probably Britain’s most talented post-war all-round amateur sportsman who excelled nationally and internationally in hockey, squash and cricket"

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Christmas baby
At 2154 hrs on the 20th December, Freya Rosie Wornham was born to Tom (K86-92) and Tami (nee Carlick V88-94).

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