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pierre Posted - 19/12/2012 : 20:18:11
Many thanks to Glyn Bennett for allowing us to display this fantastic picture of the last breaths of Earl Street School!

One of the best photo's I've seen in a long time........



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fredd Posted - 13/01/2014 : 17:50:28
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Was that taken down Elmwood ?

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The Photo is Definately Earl St School







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Will You Stop Posting Pictures Of My Webcam

And Back To The Stage i think im right in Saying That they used to Store The Chairs under there and The Door to The Left was Used as a Changing Room
fizz Posted - 13/01/2014 : 16:46:27
That was a PROPER stage! Huge curtains and everything. I remember doing concerts on there and the stage seemed gigantic (probably wasn't) and you felt as if you were on the stage at the palladium or something :) Happy days.
pierre Posted - 13/01/2014 : 14:22:54
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Was that taken down Elmwood ?

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fredd Posted - 13/01/2014 : 13:38:43
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Was that taken down Elmwood ?

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pierre Posted - 13/01/2014 : 13:34:56
Was that taken down Elmwood ?

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fredd Posted - 13/01/2014 : 13:27:42
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Looks like the Pirates of Penzance to me I remember my son being in that Great school, they built them to last in those days

You are Correct " Pirates Of Penzance "
Heres a Link to the Last Ever Photo Which Many Of Us Members Have Relatives There Or were there Themselves
http://www.tredegar.co.uk/gallery/gallery.asp?action=viewimage&categoryid=16&text=&imageid=1057&box=&shownew=
ShelleyW Posted - 13/01/2014 : 13:18:47
Great memories of a great school . Good photo by Glyn Bennett .
ddraig Posted - 13/01/2014 : 13:18:42
Looks like the Pirates of Penzance to me I remember my son being in that Great school, they built them to last in those days
fredd Posted - 13/01/2014 : 12:49:06
That was the Stage in the Main Hall
keanjo Posted - 13/01/2014 : 12:01:26
Great wall painting. Anyone know the artist ' s name?
pierre Posted - 13/01/2014 : 10:32:14
Another one by Glyn Bennett of the school



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Peregrine Honeydew Posted - 23/12/2012 : 09:04:30
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The stone from Earl Street was used to build the visitor centre at Bryn Bach park.



..............and a quite a bit of the stone walling and the odd silt trap built around the park too.






Gezza Posted - 23/12/2012 : 02:26:43
Thank you very much butch.I feel so much happier knowing that the stone from Earl Street School was put to good use in the community.
( Bryn Back Park.)

Gezza
butch Posted - 22/12/2012 : 22:07:45
The stone from Earl Street was used to build the visitor centre at Bryn Bach park.
Gezza Posted - 20/12/2012 : 02:11:59
What a sad looking photograph!! I think I can see my old school in the background.
Anyone knows what happened to all that stone that went to build that school??

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