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1952 - St. Anthony's School Photo- Can you help?

School photo we would like help with
School photo we would like help with
Can you help us to identify the pupils and some of the members of staff in this photo that was taken in 1952? The photo was taken in the school playground,  which was then a garden.  It includes the Headmaster, Anthony Patton and his wife Patience.  They are the grand-parents of our bursar, Sarah.

We would love to hear from you if you can - simply comment below and if you have any old photos from your time at the school we would love to receive copies!

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