Woolfardisworthy Memories

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Remember Mrs Griffiths, the radio and Listen with Mother with Daphne Oxenford? Mr Griffith's class, new schools broadcasts? Learning tables, sometimes for days, no national curriculum for him but I have found knowing my tables invaluable. He was also full of knowledge. Walking up for lunch to the parish room until (...Read full memory)

I went to Woolsery School for a few months in 1948. We lived on a farm called Little Walland, and walked to school, about a mile. I went back this year, after a 60 year gap, and remembered the school immediately. I found the farm, with help from the villagers, and once again remembered it straight away, little (...Read full memory)