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Retirement of Jack Briers in 1971 - Head of St Bartholomew's Primary School

These photographs, taken on the occasion of the retirement of Jack Briers, were submitted by Ruth Millington. Mr Briers was the headmaster of St Bartholomew's Primary School from 1954 to 1971. This was when the school was on School Lane, Quorn. Ruth Millington was the school secretary.

Photograph One - Retirement presentation
Left to right: Beryl Dexter, Freda Taylor, Jack Briers, Mrs Briers, Revd Robin Everett

Photograph Two: Mr Briers and staff on his retirement
Back row, left to right: ?, ?, Mrs Goodman, Mr Duval, Ruth Millington, ?, Eleanor Lancashire, Miss Jones (music)
Front row, left to right: Mrs Dexter, Mrs Barnes, Mr Briers with his grandson, Mrs taylor, Mrs Laurie

Photographs Three and Four - These were taken at the school show which was part of the retirement celebrations.

See also Artefact 2401 and Artefact 1071 for more details of Jack Briers' retirement.

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Please email us at: team2024@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2012-04-15
 Submitted by: Ruth Millington
 Artefact ID: 1585
 Artefact URL: www.quornmuseum.com/display.php?id=1585
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