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Chrishall School 1970s

by | Aug 8, 2015 | Chrishall School 1862 to 1973 | 1 comment


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 Parker , Alison Garret, Jonathan Kemp
Third row from left: Ruth Macadam, Helen Thorn, Andrew Duerden, Adrian Law, Jane Stroud, Sarah Watson, Sharon Rose, Gillian Thorn, Karen Funston, Michael Burrows, Jonathan Stigwood, David Goddard, Andrew Thorn, Aylie Macadam
Second Row from left: Stephen Starr, Christopher Hall, Timothy Conder, Diane Wiseman, Pamela Brooks, Jennifer Page, Andrew Camp, Patrick Watson, Jane King, Jane Martin, Ian Rogers, Lisa Duerden, Gregor MacAdam, Gerald Cranwell, Christopher Funston
Front Row from left: Hal Kimber, Elaine Cranwell, Lee Flack, Philip Rogers, Nicholas Conder, Simon Camp, Rosemarie Davies, Joanna Cranwell, Christopher Kemp, Kate Bayer, David Page, Michael Wiseman, Susie Potter, Hilary Garret, John Parker
(Names supplied by Mrs Garret and Ian Rogers)


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  1. Rosemarie Gant

    From Jonathan Kemp, November 2007: Hi Robert – I’m back row, furthest on the right – just above Ailie McAdam (my favoured country dancing partner – and now in charge of the restoration of St Pancras station). Christopher is my younger brother – now a film-maker in Bath. I reckon the date of 1970 is about right. This photo is in front of the old school and we moved to the new site across the field not long after I started there. Mr Nelson was headmaster at the time – a very nice man. We lived in Stanmore Place (I think it was “Place”) in Church Rd and my dad, John, was a founder member of the village society with Gillie McAdam and others, and started the flower show – in which he often won many classes! I’m sure many villagers will remember him well. My mother Carol, was a teacher at the school for a while too.


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