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I taught PE with Terry at Hampstead School in the 70’s, what a privilege for a life long Spurs fan. He was great fun & every week we played each other at tennis or table tennis, he was a really good player. He won 90\% of the time & went on to play tennis at a really high standard partnering his son.
28-09-21 Laura Whitmore (now Goodridge)
I went to the school in Bushey and Mr Dyson was our PW teacher. Never forget him, absolute legend. Hope he is well.
10-06-21 Dale hyde
Played at Guildford City with Terry. He was always full of fun and his imitation of a jockey cracking the whip on a horse was something to see!!! He loved his horse racing and a little bet!! Always cheerful and cannot remember ever seeing him down in the dumps. He was part of a good team with Manager Bill Caldwell at the helm. Colin Harris
14-05-21 Colin Harris
Terry is a lovely guy, so helpful and good at listening when I had a bad day. Would always pick me up and I always love going to p.e was best time at the school in Bushey Hertfordshire. I alway have good memories at that school miss Terry and everyone there.
02-03-21 Adam Scott
Well remember all your help with the Cub football team back in Kenton, your skill rubbed off onto the boys.
23-12-20 Paul Sedgbeer
Lovely man, used to come in our betting shop every day (i longer work there)
Would chat with him for ages about his football career.
He now lives in stevenage.
Terry played for Guildford City after he left Colchester in the Southern League. Scored a wonder goal at Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup, City lost 2-1
09-09-20 john warr
When I was at sixth form I worked with Terry coaching primary school kids during my work experience, 10 years ago. Brilliant funny man! At the time he was living in Kingsbury north London
My son attended the school in Bushey - and Terry was a great influence in his life among other teachers. From the mainstream school writing him off as "difficult" he obtained 6 GCSEs (one and A*), went on to college and obtained 2 A levels, went to university and now teaches at a University in China, acting as a mentor and teaching research skills and essay writing. He remembers Terry with much affection - so thank you Terry.
19-07-20 Jayne Fielding
The 'school' he taught at was in Bushey, Hertfordshire. It was a special unit for difficult older pupils excluded from their mainstream schools. I also worked there and Terry was much amused when I told him I had paid good money to watch him play some 30 years previously!