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Holystreet - a Memory of Chagford.

I was a pupil at Holystreet from 1956 till it closed as a school a few years later. I have vivid memories of Miss Watson and Miss Thompson, also Miss Wyatt and Mrs Ruegg. It was a beautiful place for a school, I remember the chilly dips in the river and many nature walks in the grounds, the lovely chapel and the wisteria arch at the back where we had an afternoon rest. I also remember getting my knuckles rapped, though I forget what my crime was! My maiden name was Lewtas, my Dad was the G.P. in Chagford, and my brother, Stephen was also a pupil at Holystreet. I have one picture and can remember quite a few of the names. I remember the long trudge up the hill, often walking with Elizabeth Sturdy and the Hayter-Hames girls, who I still see.
Memory from Rosemary Webber, still living in Chagford


A memory shared by Rosemary Webber on Jun 11th, 2010. Send Rosemary Webber a message

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