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Sunday School 1952
Congregational Chapel at Willey Green, Sunday School, 1952
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1. Mr Fooks, 3. Bernard Crooke, 5. Mr Coleman, 6. Joyce Hutchins, 8. Yvonne "Nonny" Woolgar 12. Pauline Crooke, 15. Betty Kemp, 16. Valerie Gravestock, 18. Derek George Crooke, 19. Jaqualine Crooke, 20. Brenda White, 21. Barrie White, 22. Keith Cottrell, 24. Ian Kemp, 26. Peter Cottrell, 27. Christine Cottrell, 28. Christine Fooks, 30. Marion Crooke, 31. Pamela Gravestock
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Attendance Stamp c.1953
Each Sunday that the pupils attended Sunday school they were given a stamp of a picture and text from the bible. These were stuck in an attendance book, which was divided into squares representing each Sunday in the Year. At the end of the year the pupils handed in their attendance books and if they had the necessary minimum number of stamps they were awarded a book.
Presented to Dennis Woods in 1928 "Tre Pol & Pen" by S. E. Burrow
"Tre Pol & Pen" by S. E. Burrow from the Honour Series of books was presented to Dennis Woods in 1928 by the Sunday School for attendance.
Regrettably Dennis was killed in World War II at only 19 years of age.
Mr Coleman and Sunday School 1950
Mr Coleman and the boys of the Sunday School
Taken at Normandy Congregational Sunday School 1950
Back Row L to R: David Francis, unknown, Bernard Crooke, Mr Coleman, Derek George Crooke, unknown, Derek Francis.
Front Row L to R: unknown, unknown, Barry White (wearing cap), Ian Kemp.

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