Frensham, Pierrepont School c.1965

Frensham, Pierrepont School c.1965

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Memories of Frensham, Pierrepont School c1965

1948 Till 1952

Are there any boys from this time that remember m ? My name is Russell Gale and I would love to hear from you! Contact me via nita.gale@orange.fr

A memory of Frensham by Russell Gale

1955 And Some Rather Unusual Memories

My parents wanted me to have a good upbringing and sent me to a private school where unfortunately the owners were tyrants. I was continually playing truant, so they then sent me to Pierrepont School in the autumn of 1955 where it was hoped I'd settle down. Alas, my memories of what went before played heavily upon my mind, yet again causing me to start running away. On more than one occasion I was caned by Major Parry for absconding, and eventually I suffered a complete nervous breakdown and was placed into hospital care for 7 months. Looking back I often wish that things had been different. I'd have loved to have been able to enjoy Pierrepont School as it was hoped that I would rather than what ...Read full memory

A memory of Frensham by Ray Darrell

Memories of Frensham

Little Pond House At Tilford

My wife's health was not that good, and, in 1961, she was sent for a recuperative fortnight at the Little Pond House. It was a convalescent home for children used by the NHS and had also been home to children from Europe sent there by International Help for Children after the war. During August, 2010 we managed ...Read full memory

A memory of Frensham by Mark Hough

1955 And Some Rather Unusual Memories

My parents wanted me to have a good upbringing and sent me to a private school where unfortunately the owners were tyrants. I was continually playing truant, so they then sent me to Pierrepont School in the autumn of 1955 where it was hoped I'd settle down. Alas, my memories of what went before played heavily upon my mind, yet again causing me to start running away. On more than one occasion I was caned by Major Parry for absconding, and eventually I suffered a complete nervous breakdown and was placed into hospital care for 7 months. Looking back I often wish that things had been different. I'd have loved to have been able to enjoy Pierrepont School as it was hoped that I would rather than what ...Read full memory

A memory of Frensham by Ray Darrell

Post Office

I remember walking to this post office many a time as I used to live with my nan etc. at Churt House Cottage. The post office was run by a lady of the name Mrs Heaps.  I used to go there for the big bottles of Tizer.

A memory of Frensham by Susan White

My Month At Sheephatch School Camp

On 4th March 1946, about fifty children from Dury Falls School, Hornchurch, were taken by coach to Sheephatch School camp. We slept in double bunks in dormitories; did lessons during the day and went for many walks. In the evenings we learned dancing, such as the Gay Gordons; saw films, and even put on a ...Read full memory

A memory of Frensham by Elsie Ellis
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