Simon presented with the Paul Hope Award 2005

In recognition of his work in furthering the aims of PHAB over many years Simon Purbrick was presented with the Paul Hope Award at a ceremony conducted at the House of Lords on February 9th 2006.

About the Paul Hope Award

Presented annually in memory of the late Paul Hope, the
award recognises outstanding contributions to furthering
the aims of PHAB. Paul Hope was the Club Services and
Development Officer at PHAB for many years.

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About Simon

Simon has been a member of Oxford Phab for many years, and has been

  • Club photographer (and video cameraman)
  • Caretaker of the club’s camcorder and video recorder (the latter now unfortunately worn out, but Simon brings his own DVD player in when needed, and has transferred many of the PHAB photos into slideshows on disk.)
  • Organiser of trips to steam railways
  • Creator of membership forms and other paperwork required for the smooth running of a club
  • Assistant treasurer
  • Enthusiastic particpant in all the club’s activities

Simon is also a member of Abingdon PHAB, where he also makes a valuable
contribution.

 

 

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John

I was born in Edinburgh, and studied Physics at Southampton University. Now retired, I maintain my interests in Science, Open computing, and many other areas. I have been a member of Oxford Phab for a many years, and maintain their web site.