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Started by: twozero (203)

Hello the sherringtons I started at St. Nats. infant school in 1944 when I was 4 and a half yrs. old My first teacher was Miss Hindley, Miss Dean, H/mistress was Miss Molyneux. I then went into the juniors situated on the bend opposite Moss Lane, and then to Moss Lane Sec. Mod.H/master at the juniors was Harry Hurst (knobby) as we called him, Mr. Devenport was also there, Moss Lane head was Teddy Rimmer, and can name nearly all the teachers there. The one thing I DO remember vividly is that there was NO answering back, and no talking, the cane was used liberally, and DID NO HARM. The Vicar at St. Nats. church was the REv. Arthur Dean a truly wonderful man happy days at St. Nats. All the best two zero

Replied: 19th Jul 2006 at 11:43

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