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Billy Gibbons writes: "I was looking at www.hankelow.net the other day and noticed some photographs of the old Hankelow School and its former pupils and teachers, and was fascinated to see some old friends on there.

"It got me thinking, has anybody any photos of the old Audlem Primary School and the Grammar School? If so, I was wondering if Audlem Online could show them? I realise I have got the idea from Hankelow.net but they have kindly given me permission to ask to do a similar idea here.

"I will warn you before hand, me in short trousers is NOT a pretty sight! Thanks, Billy (or Paul as I was known at School)."

 

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