Memories of Bacton
I was a boarder at St Peter's Court Bacton when my father was posted to Palestine. I remember Sir Humphrey Fenn who was the headmaster and Rosemary his daughter. I have driven passed several times during the summer months over the past few year and decided one day to knock on the door and met Christopher. I was a ...Read full memory
Remember Mr Lockwood very well used to smoke a pipe and grow his own tobacco and lecture us on the evils of smoking. Big excitement when the older girls who slept in the annex were caught smoking and were moved back into the main building in disgrace. One day the gardener dug up an old WW2 live shell near the classrooms that caused ...Read full memory
I only have vague memories of my few years there.I enjoyed being by the coasta, but would love to remember some of the people that were there at the same time as myself. I found Mrs Lockwood vey pleasant but do not have many memories if her husband. My name is Wendy Hall and would like to hear from anyone that remembers me from Eden Hall.
I was a boarder at St Peter's Court from the age of 6 to 10. My father worked on the oil fields in Iraq and because of my age we got special permission for me to board during the civil war there. My two eldest brothers, Chris (deceased) and Wally also attended. Just after I arrived, Humphrey Fenn's mother passed ...Read full memory