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Aston Ingham School 1949 - 1953


I would be very interested to hear from anyone who was a pupil at Aston Ingham School 1949 - 1953. The teachers at that time were Miss Ellis and Miss Ryder, Headmistress, (married name Gould).
At one stage there were only 20 pupils, 10 in each class. I visited Aston Ingham in 2009 and was delighted to see that this beautiful building still stands (tho now a private residence). As does the village hall where we used to have our school dinners which were cooked by a Miss Herbert. She produced the best school dinners ever, on 2 stoves.
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