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Guisborough Grammar School, April, 1956 – 3

This is the right hand section of the photograph.  It looks like the sixth form, or prefects are sitting alongside the staff on the second row.
Back row: John Barber, David Rickaby, Mac Elvidge, Stuart Fletcher, Norman Patton, Mike Kirby, Peter Thompson, Dick Peacock, Fred Brown, Harry Clayton, ??, Brian Johnson, Geoff Kitchen, ?Hamilton.
Row four: Neil Walton, C. Storye, John Marley, Russell Dermont, Daryl Buttery, Brian Pette, Peter Reddick, G Calvert, Keith Butcher, Derek Arden, B (Tommy) Westacott, Robert Page, David Kehoe, Bill Danby, ??, Martin Watson.
Row three: Les Gorman, John Dunn, Tony Bennett, John Pattison, Brian Foster, Francis Dadd, Michael Grant, David Hoare, Chris Merrill, Ronnie Johnson, Paul Lloyd, Tim Brooks, Joe Butler.
Row two: Mr R K Ormandy, John Snowdon, T Mackenzie, Jim Wilson, Graham Ditchburn, ??, Alan Legg, Peter Leonard, Geoffrey Leonard, John Ion, Jake Jowett, Terry Armin, ??.
Front row: Andrew Barker, Tom Blenkinsop, John White, David Presley, Walter Butcher, Paul Whitefoot, A Marsay, Jack Bullen, Robert Bradley, Anthony Myers, Nigel Anderson, Donald Marr, Ian Mackenzie. Do you recognise anyone?

Image courtesy of Carolyn Richards (from a school photograph: copyright – Pandora Ltd., London.), thanks to Carolyn Richards, Owen Rooks, Jayne Kennedy, Norman Patton, John McLean, David Hore, Bob Ruddock, Ken Fawcett, Lee Easom, Peter Thompson, Ian Wood and David Presley for names to date. 

1 comment to Guisborough Grammar School, April, 1956 – 3

  • nigel Anderson

    That was a good year! Im there 3rd from right on bottom row. On this occasion no one ran from one end to the other to be in the pic twice as the camera panned across in a few seconds!!

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