Chloe Brayfield. At Bedales: 1994-1999


Born: 8th October 1980






I can't think of an overall comment to describe the seven years I've spent at Bedales. Not all good, not all bad, but all memorable in a way that's impossible to describe. The things I value most from being here though are the friendships I have had, and if they ever want to chat or visit or anything ,please do, I won't have forgotten you. I'm not planing to hike up Everest or teach English to orphans in Africa (- well not unless I fail miserably) so you can get hold of me in Warwick, Reading or London for at least the next three years. It's strange to think that this is all I'll you will have to remember me by. In 20 years time, when you hear the words 'Chloe Bray' what will you think of: tall (yes), ginger (yes), someone who you vaguely recollect (possibly), someone you emailed last week (hopefully) .(I can't believe I said that) Excuse me sounding like a long and nauseatingly sentimental greeting card but I'm going to miss this place. Be happy.