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Stanley Hall School - a Memory of Wimbledon.

I lived in Hamilton Road from age 3 until age 8 (1950-1955). As it was just a few years after the war and school places were few, I attended a little private school called Stanley Hall School in (I believe) Montague Road. It was a church building which shared services with the school. It was run by two teachers, Miss Abbott and an elderly lady, Mrs Ridger. I loved this little school but when I was 8, my mother was taken very ill and I was sent to stay with my grandparents in Cheshire. When my mother recovered, we moved to Essex. I would like to correspond with anyone who used to attend Stanley Hall School. My name then was Ann Jackson. I remember in particular Jackie Shaw who used to wait at the end of Hamilton Road, and then walk to the school with my mum and me.


A memory shared by annmorgan695 on Nov 1st, 2018.
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