Lgs Days - a Memory of Leigh.

I lived in Culcheth when I attended LGS .I uused to catch a bus, alight at Butts Bridge then walk along the canal towpath and enter the school grounds by the air raid shelters. Bill Major was the Headmaster, a man we all feared. The following were my teachers; Mr Puck Goodfellow - English Language & Literature, Mr Thurlow - Physics, Mr Taff Evans - Chemistry, Mr Rutter - Mathematics Mr Tew Williams - History and Mr Empsen - German. I think that is enough of my teachers at this time. As I now live in Germany and have done so for the past 30 years, I found Mr Empsens teaching most valuable .


A memory shared by Fred Walmsley on Jul 11th, 2013.
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