All Our Yesterdays
THIS week s photograph for All Our Yesterdays has been sent in by John Runeckles. It s another from earlier days at Queens Road School in Royston, which is believed to have been taken in 1924 or 1925. Mr Runeckles said his mother, Irene Chamberlain, is si
THIS week's photograph for All Our Yesterdays has been sent in by John Runeckles.
It's another from earlier days at Queens Road School in Royston, which is believed to have been taken in 1924 or 1925.
Mr Runeckles said his mother, Irene Chamberlain, is sixth-left in the third-row.
His mother left Queens Road to attend Hitchin Girls Schools in September 1925.
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