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St Cuthbert's, Norley Hall   Views: 1422
St. Cuthberts 1948.   Comments: 7
Photo: Keith Beckett   Item #: 30742  
 
St. Cuthberts 1948.

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Comments by Maureen, 8th September 2018  
God love um,they look a happy bunch.

Comments by B Bradshaw, 9th September 2018  bbrad3519@gmail.com 
The lad on the end top right, could that be Brian Baybutt?

Comments by Jarvo, 10th September 2018  
Obviously pre-Murphy days. But he would soon appear in his 'good man' guise and terrorise the lot of um...

Comments by Bradshaws Girl, 10th September 2018  
Was St Cuthbert's in Norley Hall in 1948? I only remember the schools on Ellsmere Road and Cuthbert St.

Comments by j.a.g., 10th September 2018  
Keith, was this photo taken on the land at Brindley Street,
there are now flats built on the land.

Comments by Bradshaws Girl, 10th September 2018  
If this was Brindley St then the building in the background was the old school meals kitchen and dining hall where St Cuthberts kids went for their dinners.

Comments by peter coates, 11th September 2018  
there was no st cuthberts in norley hall in 1948. there was a wooden st cuthberts infant school near the Carnegie library in the 1940s- 1950s which burned down, the others were in Cuthbert st, brindley st and one at the bottom of broom rd worsley hall. I went to all of them.

 
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