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Re: 1952 Video by 'Hebburn Clegwell Boys Modern School'
l was in my second year I at CLegwell in 1952 some of my class mates were in the Pirates of Penzance as 12 years olds.like Lilian mentioned the teachers on the short film pity it had no sound boss Kellett mr Dukes Marty Lennon l knew a lot of lads one of the lads Bob Shepherd who was a principal singer served his time in Hebburn Palmers joiner shop the same time as my self other principal singers on the short film were Peter Wickwood Jimmy Snell Peter Cruckson,Colin Milburn George Gowens Tommy Taylor,there were lots l could have put names to.I must add the stained glass windows was our art teacher Bomber THompson his class which l was a member did some of the stained glass depicting all of the Operas those said widows have been mentioned many times on the board of there where about l have done a bit of detective work on my recent visits to Hebburn,via south Tyne council South Shields libriary ask local Hebburn councillor his name is Porthouse he promised many weeks ago he would look into the whereabouts of the Windows heard nothing l reckon they are in some ones house?
Some one on the board said they believed there was one in Hedley school building l exsplained a little while ago on our board that the widow in the north side is indeed a lovely stained wind which was glint to be put in a skip but was rescued by a st Cuthbert church warden,li had nothing to do with the said windows.
Getting back to the short film brought back such happy memories at CLEGGA. Many thanks to you Gabrielle and wellcome to our board.take care.
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