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A group photo taken at our 6th Dean Village Reunion for former Dean Villagers held in May at the Hilton Hotel

A group photo taken at our 6th Dean Village Reunion for former Dean Villagers held in May at the Hilton Hotel

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2017 – Grosvenor Street, Haymarket, Edinburgh attended by 21 former Dean Villagers. Back row from left to right : Margaret Lee, Dean Path – Patrick McCole, Well Court – David Le Sueur (David’s grandfather owned Legget’s Tannery in Damside), – Alan Brash, Dean Path – Cherry Gibson, Well Court – Andrew Ford, Dean Path – Rab Hay, Dean Path – Marjory Turner, – Well Court – Pam Forbes (who is married to Alastair Forbes) – Linda Smyth. Well Court.

Second back row from left to right : Me, Dean Path – ? Gibson, Well Court – Rosemary McCole, Well Court – Margaret Burke, Dean Path Buildings – Marjory Turner, Well Court – Sandra Cunningham, Well Court, Suzy Geary, Well Court – Amanda Bruce —– Amanda’s mother was Yvonne Mitchell who was brought up in the Well Court.

Front row from left to right : Ronnie Thwaites, Well Court – Reg Young, Dean Path – Jim Cunningham, Well Court – Douglas Turner, Well Court – Alastair Forbes, Well Court.

Dean Village Memories Added by Dean Village Memories Attributed to: Gail Featherstonehaugh

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