The bomb shelters were in the girls playground, we weren't allowed to go in there, but of course we dared each other! I wondered if they had ever been used
Thank you Marlene.Was told the new unit was built over cellars but must have been those shelters.
I believe they were situated below what was the old outside girls' toilets.
Marlene. I would love to hear more about the 'Bomb Shelters' and exactly where they were situated.I taught at St. A's for many years and am still none the wiser
Does anyone remember the 'bomb shelters' that we were not to go in, but of course did?
Did the school ever have a rocking horse ?
before 1953 when we got out of school... a few times a little bakery shop up side street where an elderly lady served tiny one-penny loaves.
I have a photograph which shows Daisy Annie Newman who was a teacher at Keighley National School around 1900-1910. I am trying to track down the school logbook
Hello Elaine. Remember you well. I do indeed remember the photo we had taken in the schoolyard. I'm pretty sure my brother Michael posted it on here.