Memories of Bridport
I remember playing at Happy Island with my brothers and sister, and friends, having a picnic, and watching the trains pulling out of the station. Happy days. Now I have eight grandchildren and I want them to see life as I grew up in Bridport.
I joined the convent in 1967 and was the only black later joined by Leslie Philips from the Carribean. I am from Uganda and my dad was studying architecture at the AA. First day at school was horrific. I was punched and called names like any newcomer. By the second term I settled in my best ...Read full memory
CHAPTER TWO School Years - Convent of the Visitation 1939-1945 One’s school years leave an indelible impression on one for good or bad. My views over these years in this regard, have modified considerably. The older you get, the more you tend to look at your youth with rose tinted glasses. So in ...Read full memory
I went to the convent in 1960 as a day pupil, as I was left handed and a non catholic sister Mary Christine took great pleasure in hitting me constantly with a ruler to beat all that terrible sin out of a 4 year old! Luckily I left at 8 because we moved but I would love to hear from anyone who was there at the same time ...Read full memory