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Hello, I was a pupil at this school when Miss Douse was headmistress. I remember Linda Trail and Glendale Boniface as pupils.

We lived at 8 St Nicholas Road and my father owned the fish and chip shop at the same address.

Anybody remember me?

By Marguerite Colby (Now living in Australia)
On 22/10/2012

Hi to all readers, on the Priory boys & girls (much older of cause) reunion on the 25th October 2012, it seems everyone had a great time once again.  Some new faces turned up Norman Balls collected quite a few names and addresses also email addresses.  I did say about the banner at the Time & Tide Museum and hope that some of the ladies would take a look at same.  Sorry that Val Norman from the Museum could not attend never mind Val hope you are ok now and see you next year.  I also put in a plug about the Great Yarmouth website run by the T & T Museum, come on get on line its great reading and it's all about us, our town and our old friends; get down to visit to the Museum on Blackfriars Road great staff very helpful with all ages.  All off those who picked up my email address hope to hear from you.  Health willing to us all see you in 2013.

By colin browne
On 05/11/2012

Hi Colin, glad the reunion went well - sorry again for not being able to attend. Look forward to hearing when your next reunion is and I'll come along and put faces to the names of all who regularly contribute to the site. Kind regards Val Norman, Admin Assistant - Great Yarmouth Museums

By Val Norman
On 05/11/2012

After this year’s reunion at the Conservative Club an idea formed in my mind, as seeing many men and women bringing in lots of photos of their past I thought it would be a great set out for a website so people can approach the Time and Tide with the same idea of any photos with a small write up of what they have been doing since they left the old Priory School. I am sure there must loads of interesting things out there. If you use a computer you might be able to help those who do not, or if you have any children, grandchildren or even great grandchildren who will help to get a living history of your life on to this site. I know that many will be looking forward to some interesting times. Also a number of modern schools in Yarmouth today would love to know how we faired in 1940s-50s schooling. Come on old Priory boys and girls drop a line on events, friends and things that made you laugh or cry!

By Colin Browne
On 03/12/2012

Many thanks again to the G Y web site on the items of our school reunion as i live so far away I am so glad that old boys & girls can take over and help on raising this years reunion a big thanks to Colin Thompson on venue, Norman Balls on adverts in local press Keith Brightman who keeps me in touch & Cyril Thompson who spreads the news on Gorleston side. Look forward to seeing you all again on the 24 th thursday october at the market gates con club Also do not forget to send in any photos or interesting items to the Time & Tide museum web site so the school visit have something to remember us by

By colin browne
On 24/05/2013

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