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Chrissies - a Memory of Worcester.

I started there in 1949, William (Billy) Bourne was Headmaster, a large portly man. Some of the other teachers names I remember were, Hooper, Griffiths, Stone, Houghton, Gibbs. Mr Gibbs took us for gardening & we had to walk up the Malvern Rd to gardens in Pitmaston Park. I left Chrissies in 1951 having passed to go to the Worcester Technical High School.


A memory shared by Roy Gilmour on Aug 7th, 2013. Send Roy Gilmour a message

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Wed Mar 25th 2020, at 8:51 pm
Bill Bourne was our next door neighbour, along with his lovely wife Muriel, when we moved to Ombersley Rd in 1965. I think he died about 1981.

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