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Post-Nyasaland - What did we all get up to?
Very few of us had reached retirement age when we left Nyasaland and something else was required to keep body and soul together. Some answers can be found in
Then & Now but many are not. Based on what is available plus what I have learned (and believe to be accurate) is the table below. However, if you can add to it please feel free to email details to nyasa.police@gmail.com. ~ Ken Wilkinson, July 2020

CanadaRoyal Canadian Mounted Police - Bob Simpson
Hong KongRoyal HK Police - Richard Smallshaw, George Hindhaugh, Mike Harper, Mike Oldcorn, Clive Evans.
South AfricaSouth Africa Police - Trevor Gwyer, Courtenay Humphries, Mike Bowery.
Private Security Brad Gillies, Eric Bult.
Papua New GuineaRoyal PNG Constabulary - Mike Garner, Ken Wilkinson, Pat Mahoney, Peter Hewitt, John Pritchard, Glyn Johns, Bernard (OB) Ward.
BechuanalandBechuanaland Police - Christopher Bean, Robin Hardy.
OmanOman Police - Don Hargreaves, David Searle, Derrick Tricker.
CyprusSovereign Base Areas Police - Alan Binney.
Cayman IslandsCayman Islands Police - Kevin McCann, Alan Binney, Derrick Tricker, John Bostock.
AustraliaAustralian Army - John Castles (who I met in New Guinea)
Barrister - John Pritchard.
TuvaluTuvalu Police - Ian Cook.
UK PoliceMet: Glyn Spurgeon, Mike Holmes, Ron Mountford, Mervyn Sault. Kent: Bob Carr. Durham: Norman Anderson. Shropshire: Mike Clift. Manchester City: Derek Unwin.
Northern IrelandBarrister - Barry Malcolm.
Diplomatic ServiceBarry Thorne.
Foreign OfficeDavid Alston.
OrdinationChurch of England - Rev Don Ruddle.
MiscellaneousOthers worked in various fields including the civil service, security vetting and commerce, etc, etc.
What an altogether interesting spread of activity indeed!

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