- At school with the rich and famous
I was cr@p at rugby
You’re not really built for it, are you fella.
Ooh, how could I forget, Sarah Bailey (now Storey) was a couple of years below me, and she won swimming gold at the Barcelona Paralympics and cycling gold at BeijingPosted 9 years agojojoA1Member
The wonderful Charles ‘chatshow’ Kennedy was leaving just as I was starting high school. Fort Willam man takes a drink, shocker!!!
Also at school with the blonde one from the pair who do poofy interiors. Justin Ryan, is it?
And the talented time triallist Jason McIntyre who was sadly killed on a training ride in Jan 08.
Mum went to school with Ian Lavender.Posted 9 years agopacemakerMember
My games teacher at Middle school was Sir Ian Mcgeechan the ex scottish international and British Lions coach.
Suprisingly we had the best rugby team in the region and were unbeaten for 3 seasons.
My son is in the same class as Gaynor Faye (off Corrie years ago and dancing on ice) daughter.Posted 9 years agobikemonkeyMember
Wow – I knew about Ian Brown but not the other Stone Roses. Also, I have it on good authority that Graham Brady MP is a Grade A C0ck
Paul Allott – Former Lancashire and England cricketerPosted 9 years ago
Graham Brady M.P. – Member of Parliament for Altrincham and Sale West from 1997.
Ian Brown – Solo artist and former lead singer of the indie rock band The Stone Roses.
Ronald Gow – dramatist, who returned to the school to teach in the 1920s
Steve Jackson – Co-founder of Games Workshop and Lionhead
Ian Livingstone – Executive Chairman of Eidos Interactive, co-founder of Games Workshop and publisher of Tomb Raider and Lara Croft
John Squire – Former guitarist of the indie rock band The Stone Roses
James Clark – Drummer for The Stone Roses
Chris Jones – Former Manchester United fullback.
The topic ‘At school with the rich and famous’ is closed to new replies.