Well, after an absence of almost four months, the Firth Park Grammar School Web site is finally back! I really thought it such a shame to deprive everyone from such a treasure trove of information that I hold here. It would have been such a waste of effort and time after all of these years.
You’ll probably have noticed that the site is not exactly as it was before but we’re back nevertheless!
Also, you will have noticed that there is no ‘.co.uk’ attached to the site name this time… this is to both save money and hopefully make it easier to put things right should they go awry again (hackers permitting!)
Other than FPGS site news there have also been big changes in my own life since this site disappeared form your browsers with me deciding to purchase yet another house in France. I bought it (much smaller than the previous one more than eight years’ ago) because sunshine isn’t everything and I became bored with doing very little in Spain. The Spanish house is still there, of course – in fact I shall be going back there for the winter in three days’ time – but I feel a little more fulfilled in my life actually having a physical project & personal challenge to undertake.
Because I shall be spending the next few months in Spain this will allow me time to try to organise the FPGS Web site into something similar to how it was before. You’ll notice that there is presently a dearth of images on-site. I hope to remedy this just as shortly as I can… but please don’t stress me too much about this. I shall do what I can, when I can.
In the meantime I will be giving you site updates and other interesting reports as I did before.
I hope that you will be able to find this new site quickly and easily. I have already sent out a few emails * to people with whom I have been in touch over the years (do you realise that it’s over ten years ago since I started this site?!)… I hope that you will be able to pass on the new Web address to other interested people, namely :
And finally, it’s good to ‘see’ you all again !
* Please note that the emails that I have thus sent out have been rather impersonal and have therefore included no names as such. This was to save time !