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Corpus Christi Primary and Secondary Schools, Halton Moor Primary School, aerial view (Halton) (8 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of schools in Halton taken around the 1960s. The white building just above the centre is Corpus Christi R.C. Secondary Modern, now Corpus Christi Catholic College. Below this in the centre is Corpus Christi R.C. Primary. At the top right, on the other side of Cartmell Drive, is Halton Moor County Primary School, no longer in existence. Towards the bottom right is Corpus Christi R.C. Church. Halton Moor Avenue runs from top left to bottom centre and Neville Road from bottom centre to centre right. Wykebeck Avenue is seen on the bottom left.
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Corpus Christi Roman Catholic School, Senior Boys' Class of Easter 1951 (Halton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageMarch 1951. Group portrait of the Senior Boys' class of Corpus Christi Roman Catholic School, taken Easter 1951. The boys were about to leave the school and are named as follows: Back row from left to right; Billy Hazelgrave, Curly Turner, Hazeltine, Peter Jackson, J.Grant, Steven Slingsby, Ryan and Webb. Next row (third from the front, from left to right); Jewison, Pat O'Grady, Moran, Ralph Kerrigan, Joe Dunbar, Fellah, Brian Townsend, Tony Merrion, unknown. Second row from the front; Barry Vincent, Duffy, Barry Duncan, Brian Carney, James Gleason, Brian Duffy, Ernie Hargreaves, Dermot Finn, Frank Moore, Patrick Moran, Ernie Ford. Front Row from left to right; Spencer, Joe McAndrew, Raymond Catterall, Peter Nettleton, James Fobert, Richard Hill, Swales, unknown, William Haigh and Peter Kennedy. Mr M Rossiter, the Headmaster is standing on the left but the woodwork teacher, seen right, is unknown. Corpus Christi School is located in Neville Road and is known nowadays as Corpus Christi Catholic College. The photograph was supplied by Peter Jackson, ciaopj@optusnet.com.au
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Corpus Christi Roman Catholic School, Senior Girls' Class of Easter 1951 (Halton)
Black & White imageMarch 1951. Image shows the Senior Girls' class of Corpus Christi Roman Catholic School taken prior to them leaving school. Some of the girls are identified as follows; Back Row, from left to right, 2nd is Rita Hunt, 4th is Pat Barlow, 8th is Teresa Bramham, 9th is Susie Moore, 10th is Betty Jessop. 3rd Row, from left to right are: 1st, ? Cashen, 5th Celia Wade. On the 2nd row the only girl so far identified is ? Clooney, 6th from the left. Corpus Christi Roman Catholic School is situated in Neville Road and nowadays has been renamed Corpus Christi College. The photograph was supplied by Peter Jackson, ciaopj@optusnet.com.au
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Osmondthorpe, aerial view (Osmondthorpe) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Osmondthorpe showing Wyke Beck in the foreground. Halton Moor Avenue runs across from left to right with Corpus Christi R.C. Primary School below. Corpus Christi High School, which would occupy a site to the right of the primary school, is yet to be built, while the old Corpus Christi Church, seen to the left of the school here, is still there; this was to be replaced by a new church in 1962. Above Halton Moor Avenue are Wykebeck Avenue, Street, Road and Mount, with Neville Road to the left and Selby Avenue to the right. York Road runs from left to right near the top with the junction with Selby Road in the centre.
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