On his time in the RAF:

  • I was a policeman guarding the gate, a policeman doing customs and immigration, a policeman driving around the seedy side of Singapore, a policeman walking around the seedy side of Berlin and when I was at RAF Newton I was an investigator and at Waddington I was a watch commander and then I came out.

On sport and the leisure centre:

  • Our sport is that, in effect, able bodied and disabled people can shoot on a level playing field and achieve the same standards. The current County Champion only has one arm and he is the able bodied County Champion. So we did this and it was a very successful tournament, we had blind archers, we had archers shooting crossbows, we had people with learning disabilities and we had people in wheelchairs. It went very well and became an annual event.

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