Page 9, 5th April 1940

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Schools in the News

St. Joseph's, Bridgwater

FREE MILK AND MEDICAL SERVICES REQUESTED An application has been received by the Bridgwater Borough Education Committee for the provision of free milk to the children attending St. Joseph's School, or a supply of milk at reduced rates, and also for benefit from the school medical services provided by the local education authority for children attending the borough elementary schools. The Town Clerk has written to the Board of Education on the matter, and the Committee has decided to await the Board's reply. The school was only started a few months ago, and is staffed by nuns from the Convent of the Holy Rosary.

West Bridgford

SECONDARY SCHOOL TO BE OPENED SHORTLY The Becket School, a secondary school for boys in Wilford Lane, West Bridgford, which is now nearly completed, will be opened shortly.


An attempt to secure the reopening of St. Augustine's School, Barkingside, failed at a meeting of the Ilford Education Committee. The committee decided that the pupils should receive their education at Gearies School, two rooms to be set aside for this purpose, and that their religious instruction should be taken at the church.


A concert held at the Remembrance Hall, Sunbury, by the " Jolly Cornpanions " on Wednesday will, it is hoped, prove to have raised £17 for the building fund. The hail was filled to capacity, and audience and artiates were thanked for their support by the priest-in-charge, the Rev. P. Murray.

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