School 1950

School 1950

Back row: Terry Knights, Brian Chapman, Chris Cranwell, Antony Drury, Michael Cranwell, Colin Hicks, Barry Heath, Bruce Drury, John Cane. Third row: Frank Hicks, Glenis Rogers, Vera Harvey, Shirley Harvey, Judy Flack, Heather Whitmore, Jennifer Cranwell, Heather...
Chrishall School 1955

Chrishall School 1955

Back row: Mike Ward, Robert Reed, Chris Ward, Tony Heath, John Manning. Third row: John Cranwell, Pat Dixon, Margaret Edwards, Brian Norman, Terry Knights, Chris Knights (twin brothers who lived at Chrishall Grange), Carol Chapman, Shelia Flack, Penny Ward, Terry...
Chrishall School 1956

Chrishall School 1956

Back row: Peter Rogers, Tony Heath, Terry Wisbey, Chris Ward, David White, Brian Norman, Chris Knights, Terry Jackson, Graham Oliver, Robert Reed, John Manning. Middle row: Morella Dyer, Sandra Rose, Betty Flack, Pat Dixon, Penny Ward, Mike Ward, Ann Whitmore, Maureen...
Chrishall School 1970s

Chrishall School 1970s

One of the last photographs taken at the old school before we all moved over to the new school just across the playing field. Back row from left: Janet Potter, Vernon Clarke, Louise Martin, Simon Chandler, Elizabeth King, Louise Bayer, Fay Grice, Shirley Flack, Angela...
School 1949

School 1949

The older girls in this photo are definitely following the fashions of the time! Back row: Shelia Whitmore, Jennifer Cranwell, Heather Whitmore, Mary Flack, Judy Flack, Shirley Harvey, Betty Harvey, Miss Oyston, John Cane. Third row: Bruce Drury, Anthony Drury, Colin...
Chrishall School 1922

Chrishall School 1922

Back row: Fred Rogers, Reg Chapman, Cyril Wallman, Harry Rogers, Raymond Cranwell, Arthur Whitmore, Don Whitmore Middle row: Doll Lawrence, Elsie Cranwell,  Bessie Ives, Pearl Cranwell, Maisie Sell, Gladys Cranwell, Doris Drury, Chris Beavis, Cissie Whitmore Front:...
Saving the British Empire! School 1918

Saving the British Empire! School 1918

God Save the British Empire! This four country group (Britannia in the middle) was taken at the same time as the main school photograph and almost certainly marks the end of the First World War in 1918. (Originally it was believed to mark the coronation of King George...