The optician who plays music to the blind

Noble has built an extremely successful career as a dispensing optician by day and is a very versatile musician by night.

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January 21, 2016 14:34
Clive Noble

Clive Noble on the guitar. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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It is a poor reflection of the type of career guidance offered to British high school students in the Fifties that Clive Noble was advised to be a banker.

For with his humor, imagination and lively energy, he is a man far from the popular stereotype of the dry and prim bank manager we all dread to meet.

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