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Updated December 18, 2016 7:40 PM

Photo courtesy of Bolton Archives and Local Studies with permission

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St Marks Nursery

John Todd sat on right, circa 1968

My brother John Todd is the little lad having a fantastic time engrossed in the water play
Hilma (Zebbie)Todd Class of 1972

My first memories of St Marks seem to be of Mrs Scrogg I remember we had Plasticine to play with , some kids obviously ate it being Infants. We also had a small cardboard shop. We had plastic money and we had to sell tiny cardboard copies of everyday groceries and reckon up the change , it was a bit too much for most Infants to cope with.
Colin Anforth Class of 1960

The thing I remember at school is the little beds they used to make us have a nap on in the afternoons, I also remember a dinner lady making me eat custard then when I was sick all over the dinner table she sent me to the head, she said I forced myself to be sick, I still can't eat custard.
Ellen Flynn Class of 1969

When I was about 2-3 years old, on a couple of occasions at least, Miss Booth, or one of her assistants, took me to the inside infant toilets and put soap in my mouth for talking when I should have been asleep on the camp beds in the nursery.
Hindle Gregory Class of 1952
I vividly remember playing like this, looks like some of the equipment hadn't change much either.
David site author

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