St Peters Court

A Memory of Bacton

I was a boarder at St Peter's Court, Bacton, Norfolk in the 1950s and a few years ago I found Rosemary, the daughter of the headmaster, in a village nearby. Sadly no one else had left their names so that some of us old boys could find each other. I wish I could find some old boarders but it seems unlikely. I can only remember a boy who came from Mundesley or North Walsham whose father ran a building firm. Lovely to find this site, thanks. Since this first memory I have had contact from an old boy in Aussie
thanks to The Francis Frith Collection.

A memory shared by Gerald Wase , on Aug 10th, 2009.

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