I Attnended Brigg High In 1949 I Think And Wonder If Anyone Has Contact With Others Of This Time. - a Memory of Brigg.

I wonder if anyone has contact with others of this time. Jean Mumby, Dot Pinder. we were all cricket fans of Denis Compton, Bill Edrich etc. love to hear from anyone still alive. regards Joan nee Shearsmith


A memory shared by joan.barker2 on Mar 4th, 2015. Send joan.barker2 a message

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Sun Nov 18th 2018, at 11:48 am
eksaxton commented:
Please can anyone help me with any information they may have regarding the school in Bigby Street Brigg {known now as The Exchange) My Father attended this school in approx. 1909/10 Miss Torrense was the headmistress/teacher.
Elizabeth Saxton (previously Dunham) Thank you in anticipation.
Tue Mar 24th 2015, at 8:37 pm
Derick Smith commented:
Hi, I lived in brigg from 1958 till about 1963 we lived down Mill lane, I used to help out on leanings farm went to school with his son brigg secondary modern had lots of fun there enjoyed the cross country runs and all the sports enjoyed going to the cinema and brigg fair. Learnt to swim in the river ancolme we used to camp on the river bank as boys. Remember all the farm jobs worst was getting the new born calves in the mother would chase us and try to hit us also feeding them with bucket they had hard teeth still enjoyed it on the farm Leanings Caravan Site. Mr Derick Smith.

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