Chapel En Le Frith, Market Street c.1940

Photo ref: C400004

Memories of Chapel-en-le-Frith


Hi it's Ian Richards (Richie) just come onto this site to my amusement. I loved everyday at Bank Hall and all my mates that were there. Ashy, Any Renwick, Carl Myers, Phil Astridge, Coxy and all the other boys that I can't remember. Remember when we used to give all the housemothers cuddles and we used to snuggle into (...Read full memory)

Bank Hall School 1977 to its close in 1980, I remember the head, Mr Brennan, and his wife living in the house just next to the the main house, also Peter Lucas, Pete Denver, Mr Lowery. There were a few women there at the time, I remember a girl house-mother called Pippa, her mother worked there too. As I (...Read full memory)

My days at Bank Hall. I found it great place and a great group of lads there, all the things we did, good and bad we all where still there for each other and Tom, it was Ashcroft (ashy) not Aston. I was Pete Lucas's pet, we always played chess for 10p a game and he always let me win lol. Things we (...Read full memory)

Bank Hall was a school back in the 1970s. The head was a Mr Brennan. It would be lovely to chat to any other lads that were at the school at the time. I've seen a few things in the night, ladies in white and a few dogs from the kennels. I could write abook on this school. I visited Bank Hall some time (...Read full memory)

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