Having arrived at Clevedon in the early 80s, Terry was destined to become chairman in 1992 for three years. He was a true club and committee man, doing all sorts of jobs over the years.
He played many games for the club, well into his forties. His ambition was to play with his son Matt, which he did do before retiring to the ranks of the stodgy social set that he soon livened up with his amazing wit and repartee.
Terry was a leading member of that infamous group of former players known as the No Necks. He went on and organised club tours and joined in all the fun that was going on.
Without doubt Terry was one of life's good 'uns and will be keenly missed by everyone that knew him.
Terry's funeral has been arranged for 11:30 on Friday the 8th June at All Saints Church in Clevedon, followed by a family cremation service.
Light refreshments and drinks will be provided at Clevedon Rugby Club afterwards.
This was one of those little jobs that the late Terry Harris did for a good number of years. Tel enjoyed it in a perverse sort of way and used his negotiating and people skills to good effect once the allocation was known!
Jim has been his understudy for the last couple of years and will now have a chance to use his former Marine people skills to continue Tel's good work.
Please note that requests for more than two tickets (except Japan) may be reduced to two or even zero if the club allocation is exhausted.
Click or tap the poster to download the form.
Alternatively, forms can be obtained from behind the clubhouse bar.
Many thanks, Jim McVeigh
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