|Fleetville Infants Class 1950 – all forty-six of us, plus Miss Randall of course.|
This is where the rest of us can help. As you can see from the version of the picture on the website www.stalbansowneastend.co.uk – and now sitting on a brand-new page reserved for school group pictures – a few faces are presently unknown. If you identify yourself, or a class friend, would you let the author know: firstname.lastname@example.org More group pictures will follow shortly.
|This used to be Rollings' site; before that it used to be Oakley's|
Finally, twenty-five of us enjoyed a guided walk this week around residential streets in parts of Fleetville north of Hatfield Road. While a number are regulars on our summer walks, we also enjoy meeting with locals who are joining us for the first time. Appearing for the first time this year is Laid to Rest in Fleetville. There is less walking involved but we will sharing brief stories of some former residents who have been 'laid to rest' in Hatfield Road Cemetery. This has clearly been a popular theme, as by the time this blog appears it is possible there will be no more places left – remember, it is essential to book ahead through Fleetville Diaries. In which case, look out for the walk appearing again in the FD programme.