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Presentations to Banbury • Teacher

Keywords: Banbury, Education

The congregation of St. John's, Banbury, have presented a cheque and illuminated address to Miss Maud Sansom, on her retirement after nearly forty years on the teaching staff of St. John's Schools The address was prepared by the parish priest (Canon Wall) and illuminated by the school headmistress (Sister Casimir). The teachers and scholars presented Miss Sansom with a walnut china cabinet as a parting gift,

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