St Chads School Trip to Switzerland

Chateau-de-Oxe Photos

These photos are from the same school trip as posted by Micheal Cox

The photo of the fancy dress I am the one in the black as the axeman.

I do hope every one can see themselves and please add names.

 

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Fancy Dress Afternoon
G sutcliffe
Walking to Mr Sparrows Mums House
G Sutcliffe
Teacher and pupils
G Sutcliffe
Resting on the walk
G Sutcliffe

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  • Graham great photos I think I have some somewhere must try to find them. I also remember the hostel as Don said it was really bad so we moved to a hotel I think it had a basement where we played table tennis and in town was crazy golf which we could use but not sure. Some more names back row Chef (not sure) Me, Miss Richardson, Graham, Jimmy Barker, Peter Hoo-Yung, Ray, Ian & John (as Don said)Front Row Brenda Dalton, Rodney Pease, Les Morgan, John Cousins not sure on the rest. With Mr Sparrows Peter Hoo-Yung, John Cousins & Lenny Wilson. The teacher and pupils one I think the teacher in the black & white top was Miss Jones

    Micky

    By Michael Cox (24/11/2014)
  • I can add a few names to the fancy dress picture as I was on that trip, but not in the picture.

    Back row far right is my cousin Lynn Carter, 2nd from right is John Jerden, 3rd from right is Ian Taylor, 4th from right is Ray Benson, front row 5th from left is John Wright, my old classmates, and I think back row 5th from left is Jimmy Barker?  It was taken in front of the Chalet which I think was across the road to the hotel Rosat where we were staying.  We originally were supposed to be staying in a hostel, but it was so bad that the headmaster Mr Preece arranged for us to move to the hotel, for which we had to pay extra for, but it wasn’t a great amount.

    Don Carter

    By Donald Carter (22/11/2014)

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