Tributes to Steve Pulford

We have pulled together all the content that we have on Steve Pulford. We feel that this is a better presentation to celebrate his life, times and legacy. If you have any more contributions, especially photos, we would be delighted to add them to this tribute

Memorial for Steve?

The following is the latest update in the campaign to get some permanent memorial to Steve Pulford. Read more

Remembrance Service

The spoken text, by John Bannister and Anthony Peabody, from the Service of Remembrance held at Southwell Minster. Read more

Tributes to Steve

An amazing number of spontaneous tributes poured in from a whole range of sources. We have collected them together and you can read them exactly as sent. Read more..

Steve & Alvin Video Clip

Want to watch some ancient video footage of Steve & Alvin Stardust? This is a link to a BBC archive of Alvin Stardust (aka Shane Fenton or as he was known at School as Bernard (Bill) Jewry) playing a gig in Mansfield and covered by BBC Nottingham. You get the bit with Steve after about 2 mins into video, and its all great stuff. Read more.

Steve Pulford Personal Archive

The archive of Steve Pulford's photos and document has been donated by Margaret Pulford to David Padley on the condition that it be made available to all by publishing it on the website and if the originals are deposed of then the proceeds should go to a charitable concern. The archive consisted of two large boxes of photos and documents of the school, scouts, family and sports and clearly represents Steve's abiding interests. It also provides us with some insight into his family life and there are one or two very good images of Steve looking very relaxed. It has been displayed in the way that it was presented such that the documents that were together in albums have stayed together. There are some duplicates from OldSouthwellians but these have been allowed to remain to preserve the archive in tact. Overall it presents a fascinating insight into the man that influenced so very many of his students. There is much new material including 750 photos and about 1000 pages of documents that are part of the 18 additions of the Southwellian magazine that have not been seen on the website before.

For the Southwellian magazine follow link to Southwellian

I hope that some images bring a smile to your face.