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Woking County School For Girls - a Memory of Woking.

This is a picture of the main entrance gates of Woking County School for Girls, known as the Girls' Grammar School, at the corner of East Hill and Old Woking Road. Girls were never permitted to use these gates: alternative means of access were to the right and left of the gates shown in this pic. The bus-stop that pupils used to travel into Woking was immediately opposite this entrance, probably just about where the photographer would have been standing when this photo was taken.

 Comments & Feedback

Mon May 2nd 2016, at 3:50 pm
garnfach commented:
I remember the school being built and how excited we became as it neared completion. I was in the sixth form when we moved from the old army huts, and we had spent weeks packing up the library ready for its move. The new library was breathtaking, spacious, light and airy. The rest of the school was equally impressive, especially after spending the previous five years in Nissen huts, which often meant getting wet moving from one classroom to the next.
As a member of the Sixth Form we were housed on the upper floor, close to the library. I remember small seminar rooms, warm and cosy, but interlinked. If they were in use it meant a trip down the stairs, a stroll along the corridor, then up the next staircase to access the rest of the floor.
I spent only a few months in this "palace" but have good memories.

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