Mohd Adnan Mohd Nor (Adi) was an international student at City College Norwich from 1973-75. He studied for an Ordinary National Diploma in Building. He has lots of great memories from his time at college and not all of them educational!
Dennis, Colin and Saul all studied various elements of Construction at City College Norwich. They share a selection of their memories from the 70’s and 80’s and snippets of their lives after college.
Full circle for James, he started studying at City College in 1967 to complete his Apprentice training and then ended up back at the college in 2002 as an NVQ instructor!
A collection of memories all relating to Health and Social care related studies, all sounding like the students had a lot of fun through from the end of the 70’s to the beginning of the 90’s!
Two engineering stories spanning the 60’s, 70’s & early 80’s. David’s is high voltage with a bit of a musical interlude whilst Ian’s although mechanically minded has a bit of romance after meeting his wife!
Wendy, Dan and Andy all had a story to tell about the Hospitality and Catering at City College Norwich, spanning the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and 00’s. They’ve all followed different paths but all tell of a similar story about the great foundations given to them at college which has seen them do well in the trade!
Rosemary Dyer (formerly Booty) studied at City College Norwich from 1973-1975. During this time she studied A Levels in Geography, Sociology and English Literature. She recalls many inspiring teachers and recalls how in Humanities classes she was encouraged to call teachers by their first names!
Stuart Mackay came to City College Norwich in 1976 to complete an OND in Mechanical Engineering. His story spans 40 years, he’s been a high achiever, leading operations in Engineering world wide and has come full circle back to inspire future generations of engineers!
City College Norwich’s hairdressing course leader, Steve Bacon, has worked at City College Norwich for 29 years. He even studied hairdressing at the college in 1977! Steve tells us his story about his hairdressing and education career and how the
Ian Boardley met with his fellow conspirators for a reunion of the Class of 1980. To remember this poignant occasion he penned an Ode to the Oldies with his Old Memories Never Die, a touch of humour not to be missed!