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London Road County Primary School 1962 1964 - a Memory of Burgess Hill.

Dug out my old school report.. teachers on it Miss Holloway "He is still very dreamy in class" and I was top of the class!!!!! ,F W A Donaldson, P D Jackson,L Davis, J Fernee (wife of Jon Fernee) and of course the head J A Baird. Mr Baird punished me for a crime I did not commit I was pushed into the girls toilets by others but was made to stand under the clock in the corridor. Remember playing games in the playground especially British Bulldog this got banned probably due to its inherent dangers whilst on a hard playground. Also remember being pulled round the playground this resulted in my shoes rapidly wearing to the point my mother enquired what have you been doing?. School milk was still being given to us. Tuck shop on the corner yes black jacks 4 for a penny, lucky bags and Barrets sherbet fountains.Nit nurse used to come remember her wearing a white coat and thankfully never had them not sure I knew then what nits actually where.Lived in Chanctonbury Road and walked yes walked to school very annoyed man who had a bungalow near school Potters Lane? children always walking across his garden.Finally toilets froze in the winter and where generally a source of amusement when your 9. Who do I remember being at School with Rick Pentecost, Paul John and others whose names have faded recall playing in the woods near Chanctonbury Road kick the can, making camps and yes jumpers for goal posts.


A memory shared by martin.doonan on Jul 11th, 2016. Send martin.doonan a message

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