Love against the odds: 50 years later and still going strong


The Goodwins celebrate their golden wedding anniversary despite early opposition

CLAYTON AND Hopelyn Goodwin celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception for family and friends at St. Mary Magdalene church, Longfield, Kent, where they were married in June 1967.

Hopelyn (nee Mills), whose father’s family come from near Jamaica's Runaway Bay in the parish of St. Ann, lived mainly in Kingston, where she attended Merl Grove School; until she moved to London aged 16.

Her husband Clayton, who was born and raised in Longfield, is known to readers for his contributions to The Voice and, for well over fifty years, to The Gleaner.

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The Voice Online - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 05:00:00 +0000

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