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31 December 2011


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Guy Dennis

As a reader who enjoys your blog: Congratulations!




Congratulations from a loyal reader and NZ'er.

I may just put some holiday money in your fund now to reward you!

Jeff Chislett

Congratulations "Sir" Terry, all the best, CHIS.

Terry Smith

Chis, thank you.

Your email didn’t work when I tried it just now?

jeff chislett


No idea why my e-mail is kaput. jeff_chislett@hotmail.com

Bevan Killick

Dear Terry,
Congratulations on your Royal NZ Honour. As one of your early supporters of the Sir Keith Park Memorial Campaign this is extremely well deserved. Congratulations also on being selected to deliver the XXVth Annual Tacitus Lecture. Despite relocating back to my native New Zealand, from London, I remain a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of World Traders. It is fantastic to follow your endeavours electonically from afar. Do let me know if you are visiting NZ. Congratulations and best wishes, Bevan Killick, Christchurch, New Zealand

Terry Smith

To Jeff Chislett

I just sent you an email which did not bounce back.

Terry Smith

To Bevan Killick

Thank you. It was particular pleasure to receive this honour as a result of the recommendation of the government of New Zealand. I was in Auckland for the RWC so I won’t be back for a while but I am overdue a return visit to South Island and will let you know when I am due.

Andrew Moffat

On behalf of all associated with Sir Keith Park's old school - Otago Boys' High School in Dunedin, NZ - please accept our heartiest congratulations on your recent honour, Terry. We truly do appreciate the huge contribution you put into celebrating one of our most eminent Old Boys and his efforts for London during the Battle of Britain.
I would very much appreciate the chance to contact you about the links between Sir Keith and his School - is it possible to start an email dialogue perhaps?
Kind regards, and congratulations again
Andrew Moffat
Acting CEO - OBHS Foundation


Why was Sam Morgan not mentioned, he is NZ's biggest story of the decade - please see his contribution to nz history
Under New Zealand online aution history. The guy is a legend. Why does it take twenty years to be noticed.

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