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Caroline Thomas' Autobiography
Go to The Society page and click on a special box. To exit from the Autobiography page just close the window and you will return to SMOGS.
Mouse-mat - - - Would you like a mouse-mat with this painting of our School on it? Email email@example.com and you will be sent an electronic version of the picture. Then you can send it to the mouse-mat maker of your choice. If you don't know one, Caroline will recommend the one that made hers @ £8 including postage.
ANOTHER VIDEO FROM THE OLD DAYS!
Davena Loughton has sent us a DVD showing girls in the School's back garden, on the Leas ant playing cricket. What a fantastic addition to our archive! Thank you so much, Davena. Speakers on for the lovely music.
No sound to this old cine film, taken by Caroline Thomas. The girls are from O-level year 1958 and 1959.
Gillian Latham (year 1957)
We remember Gillian at the big lunch party
in Hythe, accompanied by her husband Bernard
Stoneham. Her recent memory had deteriorated,
but she had clear memories of St Margaret's and
her many friends. We are so sad to report that
Gillian died on 8 October 2017 aged 77, and
send our sympathy to her family.
2018 SPRING REUNION
Sat. 14 April in central London.
Go to Reunions/Future for details.
NEW! (Well several years old, actually)
I invite you to view your Webmistress (sort of) performing Gilbert & Sullivan. Scroll down to the bottom of this page. There are two separate 'performances'.
A 1930s FILM OF THE PLAYING FIELD!
Go to the Sport page and scroll down to the bottom where there is Caroline's painting of our playing field. There is now a film from the 1930s showing Caroline's sister Amber Thomas (born 1921) and others at the gate, and the tennis courts filmed from the top floor of Caroline's house, where she also made the painting. Filmed by their Uncle Alistair Gordon.
MISS WARREN'S FATHER'S COAT
has been in the news. Go to Items of Interest page and scroll to the end.
Summer 1961 --- girls playing in the back garden of Earl's Avenue. This has been sent in by Rosalind Pembroke (year 1962). Any more films out there?