Cumberland School, Ladybrook

Happy smiling faces with cup and trophy

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  • I remember Mr Daniels & yes he was scary. I had the slipper off him twice. I left in ’72. I could of left ’71 at 15 but stayed on for the CSEs.

    By Malcolm Chapman (31/08/2020)
  • I am trying to find former pupils who attended Cumberland School, Ladybrook, between 1970-75

    By Richard Abbott (05/02/2020)
  • I stand corrected it’s not Mick Gould

    By FredNewton (15/12/2019)
  • Hello Fred, thanks for your previous information regarding some of our local footballers. However, it’s not a sport I’ve ever followed, but does Mick Gould still live on Ladybrook as I think I know his children also, Mark, Chris and Jane? Best regards, David.

    By David Marriott (12/11/2019)
  • Great bunch of lads Kidder Wilkinson was a brilliant footballer and a great mate I miss him still.

    By Andre Camilleri (27/03/2018)
  • The estate was started in 1948, we moved into Beck Crescent in 1949 but Cumberlands school wasn’t built until 1958.

    By Linda Smith (30/05/2017)
  • Does anyone know when Cumberland School was built?  I’m assuming it was at the same time as the housing estate was built?

    By Angela Bramwell (23/05/2017)
  • Tony Penney is on the far right, standing and Peter Flower is third right, standing, his Dad was the local butcher

    By Charles Hickling (15/12/2015)
  • Frank Lynes is on the front row, first left.

    By paul wilewski (14/08/2015)
  • The man in the back row centre is of course Mr Paul Daniel, the woodwork and technical drawing teacher at Cumberland School during my time there from 1962-67. He was a bit scary I seem to remember, but a good teacher; Frank Lynes, back row second right lived opposite us on Daniel Crescent, Ladybrook.

    By Richard Pinder (26/09/2014)
  • The signatures on the back of the photo (second illustration) name the people in the top photo.  Editors

    By editors (01/12/2013)
  • The boy on the left IS NOT Mick Gold

    By Brian Reece (30/11/2013)
  • Lad on extreme right is Mick Gould very good local footballer

    By Fred Newton (26/01/2013)

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