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Schools in Chepstow

by supervera

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supervera
Location of story: 
Llangwm
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A3992105
Contributed on: 
03 May 2005

Schools had their quota of evacuees. I remember the ones at Earlswood, especially those that walked to and from school a similar way to me. They were there when I arrived and by the time I moved to Llangwm school they had more or less become integrated. I had an idea that one of the teachers at Llangwm came with the evacuees.

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