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Posted by Luke on Friday 11th July 2014 at 10:34 AM
Well well .This is a strange one. My neice is getting married at Notley Abbey in Thame in a fortnights time.I thought I would give the place a quick google to see what it looks like.Looking through the pictures who should be staring back at me but Liz Notley herself.This lead me to this site. What a great record of your family life.Well done to both of you.My request is to pass on my regards to Liz..Has'nt she done well.There is nothing implied with this e/mail,please remove it if it would cause any embarrassment. This is just an old friend saying hello. From the Dunstable Boy.
Posted by Matt Spencer (from H@mburg!) on Tuesday 7th April 2009 at 09:03 AM
Never got to say the final 'ciao 4 niao' when I left and was about to drop you a mail, when i noticed intriguing url... Nice site sir, they are obviously not keeping you busy at DELL!! LOL if only that was the case! Anyway wishing you all the best mate, look me up on facebook. email@example.com.
Posted by Greta Nichols (from Reading) on Wednesday 8th October 2008 at 02:31 PM
Richard, Hi. Neil Lovell popped up on facebook this week so I thought I would see what was going on with you. The boys are so big, just shows it has been too long. All good with us - Rebekah is keeping us busy.
Posted by Hugh Davies (from Wot?) on Tuesday 18th September 2007 at 01:12 PM
You remember the Exeter 20th Anniversary celebration and the way you and funky were going to organise the next boyz night out.............................still waiting!!!!
Posted by Martine Lewis (from Southend on Sea) on Saturday 4th August 2007 at 11:57 AM
I think its a great website - keep it up.
If you're interested I plan to cross the Sahara desert in 2008 in an old land rover to Alexandria. Would you like updates or a link?
Posted by Eric Monahan (from Paignton) on Thursday 27th April 2006 at 02:23 PM
I'm a long-lost relation. John and Den are my cousins, their mother was my Auntie Betty, my dad's sister. A great site, with lots of new names to put in my database. Will be in touch.
Posted by Duncan Gould on Wednesday 31st August 2005 at 01:31 PM
Hi Rich. Site looks great. Any chance of doing one for me...I will then refrain from spilling the beans about your University double life...
Posted by Trev (from Ningbo, China) on Tuesday 4th January 2005 at 05:00 PM
I take it all back...
Too much evidence!!
Posted by Trev Bayley on Tuesday 4th January 2005 at 04:54 PM
Just dropping a quick line to re-establish contact. Yup, I finally took the plunge and hit China. I took a job with Nottingham University Supporting and teaching IT.!
About time you updated the website with the evidence that I eventually did turn up to an official gathering of the clan 8)
Love to the family
Posted by Adrian T on Friday 3rd December 2004 at 01:06 PM
Inspirational - great website I must say. Good to see your recent holiday photos (professionally taken I assume) and catch up on your news. Are there plans for a (subscription only) monthly newsletter? Wow, December already - must meet up soon.....
Posted by Grandma & Grandpa (from Miélan, France) on Friday 19th November 2004 at 02:28 PM
Thanks for the email - the re-vamped new and improved model of Icecold has obviously got a better fridge, and the ice-cold stuff makes alex an even better oasis. Keep up the good work - we look forward to soon seeing the movies, threedees etc. Consult the late Aldous Huxley if you then want to up-grade to feelies. Love to you all, GM & GP.
Posted by Duncan Gould on Tuesday 28th October 2003 at 01:32 PM
Any reunions in the offing? 21 years and all that.
Posted by Abid (from work!) on Thursday 10th July 2003 at 09:04 AM
I think it's a great website ... and I really like the annimation ...
Very well done.
Posted by Dave Offen (from Way way back) on Monday 2nd September 2002 at 07:52 PM
Richard, you havent changed a bit in 20 something years. Good to hear from you after all this time. Great looking family. Nice website too. Take care.
(you need a fix to allow the apostrophe in the guestbook!)
Posted by Anne Hughes (from Glenrothes) on Wednesday 23rd January 2002 at 12:03 AM
Hi Laura, Great site. I can't believe I am seeing photos of you after all this time. You haven't changed much in 25 years.
Posted by Big Bad Brad on Thursday 17th January 2002 at 12:07 PM
Well, had to get in on the action. All the other old Oracle chronies seem to have!
Hi oracle chronies!
Posted by Bob Burrell (from Oracle - still!) on Friday 23rd November 2001 at 12:40 PM
Impressed with the site - do you give lessons?!
Posted by Billy Scott (from South Queensferry) on Monday 19th November 2001 at 09:59 PM
Hi, Scottish relative of Alan [Knaphill Knights], promised I'd check out the site, very impressive. Good luck in the coming season.
Posted by Tim (from France) on Friday 9th November 2001 at 10:59 AM
Amazing what you can do with Oracle 9i. Great site which clearly confirms that insanity which I have always suspected ;)
Posted by Grandpa & Grandma (from l'Auberge) on Sunday 14th October 2001 at 11:34 AM
We saw all of the new version of the site, and have printed out the recent photos of your French holiday, including, of course, the "Auberge des Grandparents".
Posted by Sam (from that place where Rich professes to work!!!) on Wednesday 3rd October 2001 at 03:38 PM
Been checking this off and on for the last year or so - it gets better each time its upgraded (although Rich seems to fall asleep at his desk the day after ;-). Fav pics have to be the ones of Adam and Mark in their 'solo x 3' shots.
Posted by Liz - the little sister on Friday 7th September 2001 at 10:22 PM
Rich, how much did you pay all these people to sign your guestbook.... très impressive.
Looking forward soooo much to your visit at Christmas, make sure you take zillions of photos to add to your Going Places heading. Has anyone out there ever been to/heard of Bénin (except you, Dad?)
Liz, Paul et les petits monstres
Posted by Justin Holker on Wednesday 5th September 2001 at 02:59 PM
Laura Hantusch! From a different life many years ago! You obviously have far too much spare time on your hands to have developed such a cool personal web site...
Posted by John (from Hadlow) on Tuesday 24th July 2001 at 09:26 PM
Just to let you know that I'm back on the internet again, cheers Dad
Posted by Grandpa/Grandma (from Miélan, France) on Sunday 8th July 2001 at 01:45 PM
We now have your Website nicely among our 'Coups de Coeur', and can therefore visit you whenever we like. Love having you all so close & available !
Posted by Greta Harden (from Ex - Oracle) on Tuesday 8th May 2001 at 10:51 AM
Just passing through thought I would say Hi, the sites looks good keep up the good work.
Posted by Mairi Mackenzie on Saturday 14th April 2001 at 06:24 PM
Greetings from the really ice colds in the Highlands! Have been waiting to hear when you are going to venture up north. It's not that far really!
Posted by Trev (from beeehiiiiind yooouuuu) on Tuesday 6th March 2001 at 05:54 PM
Spent far to long on the wrong side of the pond. Look forward to seeing you all when next I fly home.
Love to all
Posted by Steve Splaine (from Work - Scicon, I mean SD-Scicon, I mean EDS) on Monday 19th February 2001 at 09:25 PM
How can I get a party time?
Posted by Tanveer Ashraf (from Yonder days in Oracle...) on Thursday 18th January 2001 at 11:50 AM
Hi all! Lovely website, I love the cream effect, very Ikea!
When will the Kids take over from the Dad managing the site? Lets see some vivid colour!
All the best! When your website floats, i hope ill be in for some share options by writing here! :)
Posted by Lucy (from Finchampstead) on Monday 15th January 2001 at 04:31 PM
Happy New Year to you all.
It looks like its not a good year to be a Woking football team!
Hope to see you soon.
Posted by Rob (from The Wanderers) on Friday 12th January 2001 at 10:26 PM
Thanks for your message Adam. Good luck to the Knights. We have Guildford Saints at home on Sunday.
Posted by Adrian (from Work) on Friday 12th January 2001 at 08:07 AM
Inspirational website at the cutting edge.
Easy to use and comprehensive.
Informative and thought-provoking, yet revealing a human side at the same time.
C'mon Knights - one big push for the 2nd half of the season!
Posted by Adam on Thursday 11th January 2001 at 08:57 PM
Go to the Knaphill Knights webpages to see our latest results...
Posted by Richard on Monday 8th January 2001 at 01:01 AM
So here it is, the IceColdinAlex.co.uk Guestbook - please leave a message!
Love, IceCold :o)