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Coming from Huyton I attained a scholarship and attended wade deacon. It was a fantastic school and Alan Bleasedale the Liverpool play wright also attended. The headmaster was W.Bonney who always reminded me of Alistair Sim. He was a very clever polite gentleman and very popular with the (...Read full memory)

I lived in Ditton as a boy and went to Ditton St.Marys school (often mistakenly referred to as St.Michaels), with my twin sister. We were not Catholic but went to the church frequently. I remember the Head Masters Mr.Murphy and later Mr Hardman and also the lady teachers Messrs Leather, Anthony, Mooney, Blount and Longton (...Read full memory)

Myself and all of my family were baptised here, went to the school next door, took our first holy communions, had our confirmations, and my wedding, and also sad occasions like my parents' funerals, lots of happy memories from my time in Ditton.

I lived in Ditchfield in the 1930s and went to Ditton Hall mixed school. Eddie Murphy was our headmaster, he was a very good teacher as they all were. It was a small school then but a good school, with respect for the teachers.