I have given considerable thought as to what I should put on my personal WebPages. Indeed, having personal WebPages at all could be considered utterly self-indulgent. What you can read here is autobiographical and relates to my life before I retired in March 1997.
My readers will more or less divide into three categories. There will be those who don't know me at all and have never met me and possibly never will. There will be others who have
known me a relatively short time, say from a few months to a few years. These can be sub-divided into either those I have known in the past (some of whom I will have kept in contact with
and others not), or those who know me now but know relatively little of my life prior to coming to live in Lima. Then there will be my long-standing friends (they know who they are) who I
have known very many years and whose friendships I value beyond measure.
The places around the world where I have -
My Sporting life. Sports and activities that I have participated in with varying degress of success include football, cricket,
rugby, swimming, water-polo, squash, scuba-diving, badminton, marathon-running, orienteering, mountaineering, rock-climbing, skiing, golf, darts, pool, snooker, rally-driving.
MyCareer in telecommunications. I will scan in my Curriculum Vitae (this type of C.V. is known as the
tombstone type!) and cut out the personal information. As you will see I spread myself around a great deal. I started my career with Cable and Wireless at their college in Porthcurno,
Cornwall, in south-west England and served with their F1 Staff around the world for a further eight years (and returned to that company and its associated companies several times). I owe
them a debt of gratitude for the excellent training which I received at their college that enabled me to continue on to have both a very full career and a very full life.
At this point I realise that having started this WebPage project it is going to become like the Labours of Hercules because either there will always be a recalled memory to add or, being the person I am, I will never be fully satisfied with it. At least Hercules only had twelve labours; it looks like mine will go on forever.
The additional websites I have listed below reflect my beliefs and reveal something about myself.
As ever, if you want to get in touch click here
And, in case you missed it first time, you now have another chance to sign my guest book.
Go to the Welcome page.