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The get-together was organised by Peter Hutchinson, who appealed in the Coventry Telegraph for former pupils of Len to contact him.
Len has expressed his gratitude that the choir had allowed him to write and perform so many of his own works over the years.
Len, 65, had surgery to remove a tumour three weeks ago but did not tell colleagues on the BBC show, he revealed last night.
Len moved on to the trumpet and formed his first dance band - Len Storey and the Modernaires - at the age of 17 while serving in the Home Guard.
Everyone fixed it for Len to complete the set,even if he ended up working at the Royal Liver for only a day.
As Len Wood recalls, Jack Roush was a drag racer who was looking to break into stock-car racing.
And the marathon journey will give Len good reason to call himself the country's top FLY fisherman
But from the moment Patricia's dad was introduced to Len, he knew that he was the man his daughter would one day marry.
Len, who lived in Skelton all his life, was known to thousands as "a true gentleman of the old school.
Nowadays, Len has been entrusted with the role of sorting out Birmingham social services.