In 1933 the Cricket Club is languishing for lack of support. There are few spectators at the matches and the players are having to fund their trips to away matches. There is to be a parents’ day at the school. The children’s work such as hen coops, dog kennels, embroidery and fur gloves will be available for inspection and folk songs and shanties sung by the children, the infants’ band will also perform. there is to be a church bazaar . The choir Men’s Outing went to the royal Show in Derby and the Choir Boys’ Outing went to Port Sunlight. One of the boys wrote, ‘we started at 7 o’clock and made our way through Madeley where we collided with a lorry, which woke us up if we were not awake before.’ The Brownies went to Southport, starting from Hartlebury cross roads. Joyce Wood wrote the report. In September there was a school treat at Davenport. The harvest produce will be distributed among the inmates of Bridgnorth Workhouse and Workhouse Infirmary. The Sunday School is to be held in the villages. The school soup and pudding kitchen is due to restart. Amateur dramatics are flourishing with Miss Evans and Miss Cunliffe the leading light. Cyril Lee is the Vicar.
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