excerpt from 'Down Memory Lane' pp. 7 (148 words)

excerpt from 'Down Memory Lane' pp. 7 (148 words)

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Down Memory Lane

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[Cecil Harwood probably attended Ayot School, connected to the Church at Ayot St. Peter’s in Welwyn, Hertfordshire. He left school aged 13]

 

I began my schooling when I was three years old and it cost twopence per week […]

[…]

 

In the Autumn the teachers decided to hold a concert for end of school term and some were chosen to recite or sing. I was told off to sing a duet with one of the girls “Where are you going my pretty maid”. All went well until the dress rehearsal and I wasn’t to be found […] To cut a long story short, I hid myself [in a storage space] until school finished only to be informed that I would be expected to do my part or be punished. I gave in and the next day all said what a good show it was, after all was said and done. 

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