Old Blues' Day 2007 - Photos

Post any pictures of your time at CH, or pictures of people/places at CH now - what's changed over the past years? What's good/what's bad?

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Old Blues' Day 2007 - Photos

Post by jtaylor » Mon Jun 18, 2007 8:53 pm

A very random selection of photos from the day.
I have much higher resolution photos, so if you want any of them simply quote the file name and I'll send them on:-

http://www.chforum.info/pictures/PictureGallery1.php

The notice boards in the Grecian's house brought back some memories, hence the photos - reminded me that the notice boards were the centre of attention sometimes, spotting any new notices/announcements. Seems that even with email this is still the case!

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Post by ben ashton » Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:53 pm

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Post by jtaylor » Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:12 pm

Yes, I was rather impressed with that one too!

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Post by Katharine » Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:40 pm

Thanks Julian. I enjoyed looking at the band - some of them seem very young. I am not sure whether I have ever before seen a photo of the band where I could see the girls not wearing yellow stockings/socks.
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Post by jtaylor » Sun Jun 24, 2007 10:41 pm

Does anyone else have any photos we can add here, or on the CHA Website?

There's a good collection of photos on the CHA site in a new photo gallery here:-
http://www.chassociation.org/events/old ... /index.php

Just email any new photos to Wendy at administrator@chassociation.org and we'll get them up on the CHA site!

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Post by cj » Sun Jun 24, 2007 11:03 pm

For those of us who didn't make it to OBs day, it's great to see the pictures and get a feel for the occasion. The ones of the retreat rehearsals are great. I think those were some of my absolutely happiest times at CH and I remember them with a slight ache in my heart at times gone but also with great fondness and pride. We really must try and make it down one year - tea, cake and a bouncy castle (what a brilliant idea!) will undoubtedly entice my lot. Not necessarily in that order though ...
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