Author Topic: Crumpsall Open Air School  (Read 11255 times)

migky

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #15 on: 18:15:58, 11/01/15 »
Hi L.A. Gal, don't know about been a phenomenon, i would say more like Marmite, you either love me or hate me. Either way i'v been around  for a long time ;D




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LAgal

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #16 on: 06:03:12, 12/01/15 »
Migky, Not  Marmite!!!!!!   Even looking at the word makes me cringe. ???

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #17 on: 04:50:32, 06/05/15 »
I went to crumpsall open air school 1959 to 1969 friends were Paul Calvert George Dooley Linda child's Irene mortermer   And lots of others we all spent a week at Tintwisle camping with mrs Bowcock and me Reynolds fantastic school  I was called Ann Maguire then great school mates and teachers dinner lady mrs goff headmistress miss lord deputy head me price  teachers miss Bowcock me Reynolds  miss Sheehan and mr price plus our own school nurse wish someone would get back to me if they see this thanks

Parky

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #18 on: 15:16:01, 14/06/16 »
Have sent you a pm ann

Hel m

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #19 on: 19:55:52, 17/10/16 »
I remember this school so well maybe not all teachers tho. Mrs brower mr price mrs silcove and mrs goff this was between 1975-78 the massive field and classrooms that were on a verander and a large hall at back of school . I think it was ok as far as I can remember some pupils I remember too Ian Locke Thomas Richardson Ruth murfin carl & Neil rawlinson that's it really anyone else remember these pupils ?

Parky

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #20 on: 13:30:51, 18/10/16 »
I went there between 67 to 70 ,a fantastic school,mr price (a lovely man ) who became headmaster after miss lord retired after surviving a terrible car crash, mrs crossley who I had for two years, mrs Kaye,miss shearn, mrs bocock,mr Neil, the brilliant mr Reynolds, mr Kramer, miss stone,kind people everyone, appoligies if I've missed anyone out ,my best friends were Jimmy smith ( whom I heard on another thread on this forum sadly passed away eleven years ago) Ross Dillon from Middleton,Brendon judge who I hear has done a lot of television behind the scenes, great days

lockey

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #21 on: 19:40:22, 05/08/17 »
I went to open air school with very poorly Lungs I remember loads but health  deteriorated 6-7 YEARS ago and underwent a double lung transplant !   im like superman now I can breath again ! x P.s  IAN LOCKE !   

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #22 on: 22:11:13, 22/08/17 »
I have only just found this site, I lived in Hulme and went to this school from about 1958. I remember really enjoying my time there.  I don't t remember any class mates as I was 5/6. Nobody I speak to have heard of it. Any info would be welcome to fill in the blanks.


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mikegahan00

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #23 on: 16:10:46, 01/09/17 »
I think my Grandma (Monica Gahan) used to teach there, probably still there in the 50s.

johnboy

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #24 on: 13:35:32, 03/05/19 »
Thank you  migky for these photos.
My friend will love them as she has fond memories of her time at this school.
My mum was friendly with the head mistress but I can't remember her name.
I presume the building has now been converted into flats!...looks like it on the later picture!
the head mistress was miss Neil

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #25 on: 13:47:12, 03/05/19 »
the head mistress was miss Neil
  I went to crumpsall open air school from 1946 to 1952 good times.

lozflan

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Re: Crumpsall Open Air School
« Reply #26 on: 16:58:12, 03/05/19 »
Sadly a young girl died recently from lung disease,caused they say by living close to a busy London road.      My sister was shipped out to the coast,for health reasons,back in the days of smog.
Politicians and nappies must be changed often,and for the same reason