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St. Bride School - a Memory of Chagford.

I also went to St Brides in the early 1950's and in fact remember Patricia Quarman and Ann Bradford. Who could ever forget Aunty T and Miss Watson. I particularly remember coming back from half term and hiding sweets in the floor boards in our dorm, and yes, the sneaking around the school at night. What a wonderful time of life.
My family moved to America in November of 1952, so that ended my time at St Brides.
Two years ago I had the opportunity to go to Chagford and drive to the 'school', - that was quite a walk on Sunday morning to Church I did not remember it as being so far.
Would enjoy reconnecting with anyone who was from 1952's time period.

A memory shared by Jennifer Peace/Mc Adams on Jul 13th, 2012. Send Jennifer Peace/Mc Adams a message

 Comments & Feedback

Sun Apr 16th 2017, at 5:56 pm
Hello! I am Patricia's daughter! Mum often talks about her school days! Do you have an email address?

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