During World War Two I was evacuated from London to various locations three times, the last of these was Bury, in Lancashire. My older brother and I stayed with two families sharing a house at 16 Swallow Drive in what was referred to as 'the Dickie Bird Estate.' All the street names were named after birds.
There was some consternation at the school because we were 'Church of England' and the school was Catholic. That didn't worry us, though.
It certainly looks like the school, but I could be wrong.
Anybody out there know for sure if it was a Roman Catholic Primary School in the 1940s?
A memory shared byon Jan 9th, 2014.
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