Content editor recalls Exeter college photo opportunity
OUR recent Echo Reunited focusing on Exeter College brought back some happy memories for past pupils. Among them was Anna Sky Hulton, who now lives in the North West.
Friends spotted her in the old Echo picture and got in touch.
And Anna Sky contacted the Echo to relive her memories of the picture, taken in 1998.
Then a young student, Anna Sky is now digital content editor at Bauer Radio in Manchester.
She said: "I am the one to the right of Clare Gollop, who is holding the globe. I am still in regular contact with Claire, née Puddicombe, to the right of me and Liz, top right, in fact Claire was my maid of honour a couple of years ago and Liz lives 10 minutes away from me in Preston.
"Out of the others I'm in semi-regular contact with four of them. Gayle, who is behind me, is the one who told me about the photo.
"If I remember correctly we were just celebrating our results from the International Baccalaureate."
This week Echo Reunited turns the clock back to...
Picture one: Thomas Breedon, six, of Dawlish, practising a tonsils "operation" watched by mum, Sister Jill Breedon, and his sister Emily, nine, at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital during an operating theatres open day in May 1996.
Picture two: Hospital Radio team: Marion Baxter-Sibley, Malcolm Mardon, Janet Lee, Andy Carter, Nic Unsworth, Sarah Edwards and Steve Long in August 1996.
Picture three: The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Children's ward NHS 50th birthday party. Martin Morgan, five, cuts the cake with a little help from ward manager Andy Hutchings in 1998.
Picture four: Andrew Wright presenting a cheque to Monica Pavey, Enrolled Nurse on the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital's Bramble ward, with Jamie Broomhall. Also pictured are Maddie Thomas, Reg Barker and Tracey Barber from the Bramble ward green team, pictured in 1998.
Echo Reunited has one simple aim – to bring people back together. It provides a platform to help people track down old friends, work colleagues or school mates.
A selection of pictures from our archives will be featured every week. And we want as many readers as possible to get in touch when they see something which jolts their memory. So if you recognise yourself in any of the these pictures and want to share your memories, call the newsdesk on 01392 442239, or you can email us at echonews@expressandecho. co.uk