• 9-chrisandlouisbarrie
  • 50-wendycraig
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  • 2-aidanrevie
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Cookham Jubilee

Aidan Revie




At 6 foot three and with the stature of a rugby player you can’t miss Aidan!

He was born in Pinkney’s Green in 1982 and has lived in Cookham all his life. He went to Cookham Dean and Holy Trinity primaries and then to Furze Platt.

Now Aidan is at Loughborough University studying politics and economics, but his first love is sport. He’s a member of the Cookham Reach Sailing Club, and played rugby for the school, then Maidenhead, Berkshire and the Tri-Counties.

Football is in the family – his grandfather, Don Revie, played for England and was England manager in the 1970s. After cheering for England in the World Cup this summer, Aidan is going to South Africa to do sports marketing for the Football Association.

He’ll probably take his guitar with him, and Aidan hopes to continue his broadcasting he began on Cookham Summer FM and Loughborough University Radio.

“I like Loughborough in the week, going and getting lashed with my mates but if I had to live there I’d probably kill myself!” So he comes back to Cookham at weekends to work at Barnside Motors “I used to be a paper boy and then a Countrystore shelf stacker. It’s like a rite of passage!”

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