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Memories of Lydney

My father, the late Cyril Cook, spent some time in Lydney, during the war, as a Nurse at a Naval Training Establishment, I believe. Unfortunately, I know very little about his time in Lydney. Ken Cook

The shop on the extreme left is Harris's Newsagency. Then J. Clifford Hughes the chemist, then The Wool Shop. The long shop (three shops really) is Williams & Cotton: bread & cakes with a very tempting shop window with cream buns, jammy doughnuts, petits fours etc. I forget what was in the second shop, but the third was (...Read full memory)

If I'm not mistaken this is a picture of Lydney secondary modern school , I attended there in 1962 until I was 13 . Not a very happy time for me , I was a very nervous boy and didn't fit in very well. We moved later to Yate nr Bristol. The standard of education I found out later was low and my new school put me into a lower stream.

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