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May 9 13 4:51 PM


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I have a number of Photographs which were taken just before the alterations began, to turn Gyde into luxury flats at about £350,000 each. Here is the first in which the house is empty. This was taken from the old "Dump" just at the edge of the site where we used to build underground bunkers.

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May 10 13 9:59 AM

This is Plot 8 at the asking price of £325,000. (2002 prices)  Old boys and girls will recognise this as comprising Carey Bedrooms and Bathroom. It is described as,  "A townhouse with 2 beds, Gallery/Studio".  The developers seemed to concentrate on promoting the East side of the house, probably because of the stunning views across the Slad Valley.



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May 11 13 9:49 AM


This is Plot 7. It is described as: "An understated discreet apartment within the front elevation; includes a very generous lounge in addition to en-suite facilities.  Access is from the landscaped rear courtyard."  This takes in Somerville family room and bedrooms.



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May 12 13 2:22 PM


Top of Victoria Street Painswick.  The door on the left was the entrance to the Secondary School.
Women's Institute occupied ground floor left and up the stairs were two class rooms.  11-13 year olds with Miss Wilkin at the back, while 13 onwards in the front classroom with Mr Morgan.
The house to the right (now a tea room) displays a blue plaque as the birth place of  Julian Slade (Composer - Salad Days). Down the hill and turn left into St Mary's street for school lunch at the bottom of Bisley Street.



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May 14 13 4:50 PM

Some of Ingram Family circa 1958.

1.   David Luce
2.   Richard Rollitt
3.   Barry Stevens
4.   John Hatley
5.   Winston Roberts.

I think Richard was actually in Somerville but wanted to be a pop star !



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