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Help find class of 57.

ANN Owen (nAe Lloyd-Hughes) is keen to trace the prefects in this snap at Holyhead County School in 1957.

If you recognise yourself or anyone else, contact us at the address below and we will put you in touch with Ann, who now lives in Wrexham.

Ann said: "The pupils were the first comprehensive school prefects as they represented the first intake in the first comprehensive school. Two of them have achieved significant UK profiles, Bronwen Naish as a double-bass player and Norman Williams (known as Huw Tudor) as an actor."


On the ball... we were sent this photograph of Mold Alun School from 1948-49 by Alyn Roberts, of Buckley. He tells us that pictured are (back, from left) OT Evans, D Haydn Williams, Stan Pratt, Eric Ames, Edmund Hewitt, Dereck Williams, William Williams, Dereck Williams, Vince Wilson, an unknown man, and Talon Jones' (front, from left) Wilf Jones, Alyn Roberts, captain Llew Eaton, Tony Roberts, Ivor Jones and Glyn Peters.' Pictured (back, from left) are Colin Bell, John Roberts, Ivor Wynne Jones, Christine Chappell, Bronwen Naish, Norman Williams, David Thomas Jones and possibly Tecwyn Jones' (front, from left) Iris Hughes, Enid Hughes, Eileen Keegan, Dilys Roach, Brian Hughes, Ann Lloyd-Hughes and Anne Williams.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 27, 2005
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