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Caroline Pover

05-09-01, 08:28 AM (GMT)
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"Wayne Sleep's secondary school"
 
   Sorry to post such a weird and trivial question but I am having an argument with my friend about whether Wayne Sleep went to our secondary school or not. Does anyone know which secondary school he went to?

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  RE: Wayne Sleep's secondary school Jane S 05-09-01 1
  RE: Wayne Sleep's secondary school Frank Reeve 17-10-01 2

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Jane S

05-09-01, 03:56 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Wayne Sleep's secondary school"
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   According to his autobiography, Wayne Sleep went to West Hartlepool Technical College (for boys!).


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Frank Reeve

17-10-01, 12:48 PM (GMT)
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2. "RE: Wayne Sleep's secondary school"
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   I can confirm that Wayne Sleep went tp the West Hartlepool Technical School for Boys. I think that I was in the 5th form when he was in the first form (about 1960/61). He actually performed the sailor's hornpipe (all dressed up in his Ballet gear)in the Christmas concert much to the amusement of many ie it being a boys school. I believe he only stayed one year at the school.


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