Form master, Mr. Harry Salmon. Centre row. From right – 3rd, Llewellyn Williams and 5th, Peter Baron. Top row, From the right – 4th, John Blakey and 8th, Brian Taylor. At far right end of front row, Honeyman.
Mr Salmon had taught my father when he attended the school in the 1920s and regularly chastised pupils by thumping on the back of the neck with the unfeeling stump of a middle finger – the rest of it having accidentally been lopped off by negligent use of a trench mortar in the 1st world war!
Photograph and details courtesy of Llewellyn Williams.