The Queensland Oxford Alumni Society gathered at Customs House in Brisbane for the annual Trinity dinner.  After drinks on the balcony and a hockey puck of beef we launched into a discussion of Watson’s Pier.  I recalled the story of my grandmother Ruth Watson who was about to embark on a doctorate at Oxford but instead married John Funder.  So many in the audience had relatives in the World Wars or friends currently on active service the conversation spilled out onto the street as we all had to leave.  Warm thanks to Dr Christopher Layton for putting together a great night

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