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Britannia Bridge, Ince


Spring View sec modern circa 1961
Spring View sec modern circa 1961
Photo: Graham Hart
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Item #: 3827
Spring View boys class 4A I THINK 1960/61
BACK ROW.from left
Kenny Anderton,Teddy Lowe,Gordon Wilkinson?,Tom Mather,don't no?on end Stan Allen,middle row from left,Kenny Parkinson,Ian Kelly,me Graham Hart,Keith Talor,Phil Aspinall,Geof Lyon,bottom row from left,David Gee,Tommy don't no his second name but he lived in Cemetery Road,Frank Connell?,John Carver,

Comment by: chris bazeley on 2nd January 2008 at 10:30

Is Graham Hart the lad who was an artist and mad about photography? His dad owned an egg-packing firm. I was at uni with a Graham Hart in the 60s from Wigan and would love to get in touch.

Comment by: gail unsworth on 25th August 2008 at 23:56

back row third from left i'm sure its gorden unsworth. please let me know.

Comment by: Graham Hart on 13th August 2009 at 13:15

yes third from left top row is Gordon Unsworth.I used to go to his house in Ince Green Lane every morning before school for a brew,he allways had a pint pot of tea before we left,we had good times together,lost touch when we left school.

Comment by: john mosley on 22nd April 2010 at 13:26

teachers left. bill anderton owd andy was the woodwork teacher, right mr heyes owd block

Comment by: Jimmy Edwards on 27th October 2013 at 01:36

Lad on front row second from left is Tommy Williams of Cemetary Lane .Was Barry John Mather ex Wigan & Caselford player Tommy's Son. I was year below this class Left in 1963. played on Right Wing for Rugby Team Tommy was captain.

Comment by: Jimmy Edwards on 28th October 2013 at 00:38

Sorry I mean Tommy Mather Son not Tommy Williams

Comment by: Fred bennett on 17th November 2015 at 14:39

Next to last boy on the front row his Fred Bennett

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