2012 saw PETT lose some very special friends, pictured L-R: Tom James, Christopher (Robin) Reeves and David Crane.
They brought so much and will be very much missed by us all.
Tom James was a former child at Wennington School and Ledstone Hall in Yorkshire. Acting as PETT liaison for the Wennington Association, Tom pioneered the 'Archive Weekend' model and was a big personality within the group promoting the need for archiving and preservation, encouraging many Wennington volunteers to get involved with the project.
Christopher Reeves, known to many as Robin, was Principal of the Mulberry Bush School after John Armstrong, PETT Trustee and Chair of the Squiggle Foundation (Donald Winnicott) amongst other things. To read more about his remarkable life and work, click here.
David Crane was a former child at Red Hill School and played a very active role in the 'Therapeutic Living with Other People's Children' project, particularly in his work with students of Trinity School in their production of 'Mal-er-juh's-ted'.