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St. Cuthmans School
Tote Lane, Stedham
closed 31 August 2004
The former St Cuthmans School is located approximately 1.5 miles north of Stedham at the northern end of Tote Lane, which runs from Stedham Lane at the south end and becomes a bridleway at the north end just past the School.
Artists projection of St. Cuthmans by Neil Holland Architects
eMail received June 2013
From Alison Dubois [formally known as Melissa Jones] - Starting year 1993/1994 - Leaving year was 1999
....Was reading the info from you and it brought back some fond memories. I enclose a picture of the Wisper building and of the school swimming pool and of a few friends on the farm with some of the animals we raised there.
I would love to see a lot more pictures of St. Cuthman's from years ago....
eMail received April 2013
From Jeremy Forbes
Lovely to see the article about St Cuthman's online.
In the early sixties while still at school I lived in Madehurst, near Arundel in West Sussex, and had a part-time job with the Hon Mrs Vernon-Barren.
She rented and farmed land at St Cuthmans and I often used to go there. Amongst other things she bred Dartmoor ponies.
A wonderfully eccentric old lady, I had the joyful experience of working in a time-warp.
Everything was done in the, I think, Victorian or possibly Edwardian way; haymaking using horses etc. No chemicals under any circumstances.
Her secretary and general do everything was a Miss Rhoda Thicknesse, who eventually went to work for the BBC.
Thank you for re-kindling such fond memories.
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