Roger Payne: photos wanted

Posted by Alex Messenger on 13/07/2012
The only photo we have: Roger in one of his trademark loud jumpers. Can you help? Photo: BMC.

Have you got any photos of Roger Payne? His wife Julie-Ann and friend Andy Perkins are looking for any photos or videos of Roger that you might have.

They won't be used anywhere without your permission, this is just a chance for them to get a great set of shots together to remember him by.

It's easy to send to send them in:

Email
Email to rogerpaynephotos@gmail.com

Dropbox
Invite: alex.messenger@gmail.com

Post
It's best if you scan any slides of prints at your end, or you can send in to:

Roger Payne photos
BMC
177-179 Burton Road
Manchester
M20 2BB
UK

(we'll send back special delivery)

If you've any questions, just email alex@thebmc.co.uk. 

 

 

 

 


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1) Anonymous User
13/07/2012
I look back to my days in the 30th Hammersmith Scout Troop with huge happiness and memories that will remain with me for ever. Roger was my patrol leader and yes he always was a leader in the making. We climbed Cader and Snowdon as young teenagers and then off to Aviemore and the Cairngorms. There was always something happening with Roger leading whether it be climbing or music. I've followed his career from afar and all of the the tributes and kind comments are nothing short of what I would have expected from a truly inspiring person. Roger, thank you for giving me experiences and memories that I will never forget. My sympathies to the Payne family. A new star will watch over the peaks tonight. I for one will celebrate his life !! Mark Burgess

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