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Madge Networks Farm - August 1995

Andy Cranston writes: "I worked at Madge from May 1995 to February 1996.  Initially at Lodge Farm near Chesham and then at Wexham just north of Slough.  I was one of the software testers working for a chap called Dominic Wilde who reported to one of my top five bosses called John Grubb.

Attached is a photo taken at Lodge Farm in August 1995.  Robert Madge's mother is in it (with one of her beloved canines) but my memory, alas,cannot recall any of the other faces!


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