Rosemary Inglis, I Remember Youvery Well - a Memory of Yeaton Peverey.
I can't believe that I've actually found this site,and to see some comments from people I went to school with 50 years ago is amazing!
I remember vividly Miss. Hainsselin, the head, and her 'deputy' Mrs. Scott and yes, Miss.Williams too. She was completely mad!
Miss. Hardy from Lebanon who wore trousers and taught Italian, Madame, don't remember her name who taught French, Fitz Mu the church we traipsed to every Sunday after having memorised the Psalms, eating marrow at lent and then the vicar who advised my mum and other parents to move us to other schools after the arrival of that very strange family, the Chadwicks.
I remember he actually had young men from Saudi Arabia at the school, do any of you?
I'm Lee Hannaford and I was at St. Margaret's from 1963 c. to 1965/66 with my sister Ellen, any school mates still around?
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