Neville John William Day 7 March 1922 - 26 November 1990

Preface Dad and the Cranes
Neville Day The early years Dad and his duty to the Crown. Including the one on the can!
Dad's Dad's Army Dad’s driving lessons (and some)
Help from Neville’s Father John Day Dad and the Mercedes G Wagon
The Day I met Day Dad, four tonnes of concrete and the gravel tsunami
Dad and the Coronation Norfolk is flat (not!)
Neville Day’s admirable tutoring No pheasant in here Charles
Promotion to Chauffeur You can drive when you're eighty!
Dad and THE holiday Dad and the North Sea Gas pipeline
Dad’s pigs and the Onion Dance Dad's Butt pricking
Dad and me and the Farm Fire Dad’s idyllic office and the end of Neville Day Plant Hire Ltd
Fluffy dog meets Steam Engine (fluffy no more) Dad’s little known speech impediment
Helping with the pruning and tree felling Dad and the not a Volkswagen
Neville Day The early years and the final hour Dad’s wheelies
Dad and Fairstead Dad would have laughed!

For all their kindness and friendship throughout Dad's too short life, I remember and thank these few of Dad's long, long list of friends and whose names immediately spring to mind.

In alphabetical order by surname:-

Frank and Francis Garner
Ted and Nan Green
John and Abbie Knott
Kathie Larrington
John and Mrs Leggett
Kelly and Mrs Martin
Les and Nancy Mottram
Jack and Vi Powell
Bob and Mrs Riches
Ray and Mrs Scoles
Ernest and Maud Stevens
Robin and Margaret Taylor
Captain Ernest and Joan Tyrell

Not to forget the exceptional friendship and lifelong unconditional loyalty given by my own relatives, dear late Uncle Michael Hopkins, his late wife Hilary and their two daughters, Colette and Vanella. This meant more to my Dad than they were probably ever aware.

This list is far, far from complete of course. I know that, but as I say, names of friends whom I remember and immediately spring to just my mind. For reasons of privacy no further details, such as location, are provided.

My apologies for those left out but please write to me by completing the little form below if you would like your name to be included. That is all that will happen. No other record of your contact will be kept.

I am aware too that sadly many are no longer here to see this list. However their friends and relatives most likely are.

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