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Britannia Bridge, Ince

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Britannia Bridge Secondary Modern School for Girls, 1952.
Britannia Bridge Secondary Modern School for Girls, 1952.
Photo: Alice (Haselden) Pearson, Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA
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Item #: 246
Britannia Bridge Secondary Modern School for Girls, 1952.

Top Row, left to right: Jean Proctor, ?, Hilda Owen, Barbara Price, Florence Green, Audrey Crook, Marion Pratt, ? ? Kathleen Unsworth

Middle Row, left to right: Marion Bagnall, ?, ?, Joyce Birchall, ?, Evelyn Bennett, Enid Whistlecroft, Amy Williams, Olive Bradburn, ?, Edna Lowe, Irene Fisher, ?

First Row, left to right: Margaret Barnes, Minnie Preston, June Rowley, ?, Joyce Monks, ?, Margaret Jolly, Lillian Cowser, Gwen Farnsworth, Barbara Gerrard, Alice Williams, Joyce Johnston, Alice Haselden

Comment by: Myra Tomkinson, nee Clayton on 1st August 2007 at 17:02

The girl at the far right, middle row, is Ann Duddle and I am the fourth from the right, middle row, between Olive Bradburn and Edna Lowe (who I think was actually Edna Holland)

Comment by: Nora Blackledge on 5th May 2010 at 16:46

Front row Nora Birch and Irene Sargent. Now Nora Blackledge.
Alice Haselden I remember you! We were monitors together in Mr. Asbridge's class at St. Mary's Junior School.

Comment by: louise rasburn on 7th February 2016 at 00:21

my late great aunt was olive bradburn

Comment by: Colin Ibbetson on 8th April 2020 at 17:00

Great photo my mum is Alice Williams nee Ibbetson. Died to young never seen this photo before, never seen her so young! Put a smile on my face Thanks.

Comment by: Phoebe Southworth on 25th August 2022 at 12:53

Hi everyone, I'm trying to trace a relative of mine (third cousin) called Jean Proctor (who may be in this pic!).

She lived at 36 Charterhouse Road, Lower Ince, in the 1980s but has since moved on.

In the 1950s she worked as a dental nurse or similar for an NHS dental practice in Wigan (Mr Purslow was the dentist).

Her father was Joe Proctor, who was a train driver. He remarried after Jean's mother died.

She had an elder brother called Jack Proctor.

If any of this rings a bell with anyone, I'd love to hear from you.

Thank you,
Phoebe

Comment by: Paul johnson on 16th September 2022 at 21:53

For Colin Ibbetson really if he reads it! I was at school with you in the 60’s and just hope you are keeping well. Got shipped off to the grammar school and lost touch with everyone after that! Britannia Bridge was my first school! Lives at 35 Warrington road.

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