Schooldays - a Memory of Winchester.

Considering I spent 5 years as a day boy at Peter Symonds' my memories are scant to say the least, probably the most significant was the Annual Founders Day service at the Cathedral, the covered passage from the High Street past the school outfitters by the Cross and into the precinct of the Cathedral, the majestic city hall building further down. At the station a long walk up the hill to school, the bakers shop just round from the school gates which the head put out of bounds, sad as I find it, that, apart from school related memories, is it.

A memory shared by John Scott on Oct 12th, 2009. Send John Scott a message.

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