A former Dundee man is once again reaching out to former pals.
Norman Webber is on a quest to contact some old friends from the 1950s and ’60s to organise a reunion.
Norman, who is known as Norrie, now lives across the water in Newport.
He grew up in Dundee and attended St Vincent’s RC Primary School on Pitkerro Road before moving to St Michael’s Secondary School on Graham Street.
He is hoping that long-lost pals from his days at both St Vincent’s and St Michael’s will get in touch.
He was joined at St Michael’s by legendary Dundee actor Brian Cox.
Norrie was finishing his secondary education just as Brian was starting his first year and he remembers seeing him around the school, although they were never friends.
Norrie, 74, went on to work at electrical engineers JF Irvine of Dundee which was next to the Caird Hall.
He was on shift in 1964 when the company had four unexpected visitors.
He was one of the members of staff carrying out stocktaking duties when Beatlemania hit the City of Discovery.
Crowds of screaming fans surrounded City Square in the hope of catching a glimpse of their favourite band.
In an attempt to avoid the masses of screaming girls, The Beatles made a detour through JF Irvine’s premises, aided by Norrie and his fellow staff members, so that they could reach the stage unscathed.
A popular haunt for Norrie was Fortes Cafe on Dura Street.
He would meet up with his friends and enjoy the music there.
Norrie said: “I previously issued an appeal to get in contact with some former friends but I only received two messages.
“I thought I would try again to see if I could get some more responses and arrange a reunion with friends from the past.
“I would like to get in touch with ladies and gents for the reunion as life is too short.
“If I get enough interest, I will organise a date and will book a venue where we can all get together and share memories from back in the day.”
If anyone recognises Norrie and wants to get in touch, he can be contacted on 07821 480595.