Pupil power; all our yesterdays HILLHOUSE in the 1950s.
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But the Hillhouse lads obviously had a great pride in their appearance and their school.
In the formal picture below, Bryan Rothwell remembers most of the surnames.
From back left, they are: Metcalfe, Porter, Hardcastle,
Drescher, Early, Pugh, Tucker, Cunnington, (John) Robinson, Lodge, Smith, Brogan; (middle row): (Bryan) Rothwell, Booth, (Geoffrey) Firth firth or frith, Scottish term applied to an arm of the sea, usually an estuary or strait. For Firth of Clyde, see Clyde; for Firth of Forth, see Forth. , ?, Pratt, Slee, Norman, Jessop, Longbottom, Hinchliffe, (Roger) Pickersgill; and a litte confusion on the front row, with one name missing: Roberts, Atkinson, Kergon, Ralph, Readshaw, Fletcher, Vollett and (David) Hirst..
SUMMER HOLIDAY : Hillhouse Technical Secondary School pupils who went on a trip to France trip in August, 1957. It's a free-for-all as far as names are concerned: Bryan R othwell says the only names he can recall are back row boys (starting second from left) Geoffrey Taylor, Ian Stevenson Ian Pretyman Stevenson, M.D., (born October 31, 1918, in Montreal, Canada, died February 8, 2007, in Charlottesville, Virginia), was a Canadian-American psychiatrist whose research interests included: children who claim to remember previous lives, near-death experiences, and Roger Pickersgill ( S) UNIFORMS: A formal picture of a junior class at Hillhouse Secondary Technical School, Huddersfield in 1955.