Graham Clark also added this recent photo of the bridge near Ron Hill -
This bridge was both part of the Cross Country run ( if you didn't have to go through the river!) and where "The Bridge has been rebuilt since our time there. There is now steps up to the bridge as you can see in the picture where as before it was just a style type fence with which I tripped on the top rung and broke my arm (.Had a devil of a job to get me to the car to go to Kidderminster Hospital. Bottom of Ron Hill" Says Graham.
NEW ADDITIONS - VISITING DAYS
A couple of photos of Graham and his parents on Visiting day 1958 on Clee Hill, feeding the sheep.
Graham Clark Used to look forward to parents visiting day. Here a pictures of me on Clee Hill feeding the sheep, Spring 1958. Think we had a old Austin 7 in those days.
Pic of an Austin 7
Paul Rees There was Visiting day (Viso as we called it) per half term if my memory serves me. About every 6 weeks. Coaches came from pool Meadow in Cov for those not driving over.
Tim Naylor Yep Trev they did the same thing in the early 70 s,Mick Chopping did a spin the wheel stall,with good prizes....top prize...a bottle of Matteus rose wine...how things have changed....lol
Sarah Williams Someone used to get crockery seconds, whole but unglazed, from Stoke on Trent for a smash the plates stall.
Rosemary Webb Rehill Stephen I don't remember you coming to tea but I know it happened every now and again. My parents were very kind, loving people.
Stephen Donald They were lovely people as I remember, especially considering I was a cause of inconvenience when I ran away.