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Havering College Biology lecturer Penny Garner (deceased) struggled with criminal issues deliberately placed at the college in a failed attempt to close the college for property development. Penny struggled with these issues not least due to the incompetent management of the Head of Science Bill Mansfield who failed to deal with the physics department who had purchased a machine gun with live ammunition on college premises. (The gun / ammunition were first sold to Physics lecturer / technician John Dixon and Peter and re-sold, again on college premises, to employees of Henderson Doors under advice from technician and local bowls player Chris Bryant).
Read about events at Havering College in the 1980s, an alleged "political design" to close and resite the college away from wealthy Emerson Park.
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Tribute To Penny Garner
The Society of Biology responded to our approach about Penny Garner with some kind words "We are pleased to hear your lecturer Penny was such a positive role model for you, you will always remember her good work as a teacher, she has clearly made a difference to lots of students."