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An Ormskirk Tradition: The Sunday School Anniversary Walks

An Ormskirk Tradition: The Sunday School Walks

St Peter and St Paul Sunday School anniversary walk holds so many memories for many people in the town, apart from during the War years when children walked from their own schools in groups, the procession has walked through the town during June.

Several followers of Ormskirk Bygone Times have shared images from over the years with followers of the OBT Social Media page, these are worth sharing with the readers of the Advertiser too.

Many people will remember Miss Leatherbarrow, Miss Potter and Miss Webster from the 1960s, when the Sunday School was held at Greetby Hill School. Prior to that it was held at the Derby Street School for girls and the Aughton Street Boys School.

Sunday School Infants, Miss Leatherbarrow front left, circa 1965

Sunday School Infants, Miss Leatherbarrow front left, circa 1965

circa 1964, Regal Cinema closed

Circa 1964, Regal Cinema closed

sunday school anniversary 1965.

Sunday School juniors, Miss Potter far left, note the cottages behind, now shops, c 1966


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