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More Education Please
More education please

Encouraged by my physical progress and my success in voluntary work with children, I began to think about employment. First, I needed some ‘O’ levels. In the autumn of 1963, I was 24. I set off to enrol at the local adult education centre to study for the Royal Society of Arts English Language Course Stage One. A television soap called Crossroads had started and my sister, Margaret, was watching it. It began just as I was leaving home to sign up for the course. I walked to the rhythm of the signature tune in my head. My legs felt very heavy as I walked up the pleasant pathway to the school built on the playing fields. I was so ...

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