NOTICE BOARD

Latest upload:  Friday, 22nd November 2019.

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↓ Link Added to 'Pit Heaps' Picture ↓

A Nostalgic Journey 'in & around' the original Village of Washington

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ARTICLES, COLLECTIONS, MAPS, PHOTO GALLERY etc.

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Usworth Reunion Notice

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Wash. Council Sch. - Tab 2

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Wash. Grammar - Tab3

Four Excellent School Groups Added.  Thanks to Barry & Margaret Bell.

1.  A 2004 School Reunion Notice designed to bring together Usworth Junior School Pupils from Class 5A, c.1948.

2.  Washington Council School:  Where was that?  The W.C.S Football Team, 1919-20.  [ Also on TEAMS 2, Board 6. ]

3.  Washington Grammar School:  A 1952 Class photograph shown in its accompanying presentation frame.
  Plus: 2 New Pages (Sport & More Pupils) added to our Wash. Grammar Collection. See Tab 3, then click WGS Page 1.


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Springwell Primary School - Tab 2

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Stroll Down Spout Lane

4.  Springwell Primary School Pupils: Smashing picture, taken in 1925, added to our 'fairly small' Springwell Collection.

5.  Latest addition to 'Take A Stroll' Collection.  The others are: Usworth Station Rd, Wash Station Rd & Front Street.

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" A've Got One-A Them! "

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High Usworth's Susan Peareth

6.  If yev just fund-oot Bobby's gorra Blue Plaque, click ees cartoon fer arhl the details - where it is, 'n' when ee gorrit!

7.  Peareth Hall Rd runs from Springwell to High Usworth.  Where was The Hall?  Where was Susan Peareth's School?

Little Bobby's Cartoon & Mrs Peareth's Blue Plaque
link to the same NEW Intermediate Page.


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