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Hillside School, Reigate. Unknown date.
Comment 1

David Nicholas Ranson from Fort Myers, FL, USA posted this comment on Sunday 14 June 2015 18:06:00.

This the front view facing Reigate Hill Road. The front door was rarely used during my time (1947-51)except for parents at the beginning of term. Date of this photo could be anywhere during the 1940s.


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J. D. Krainock from Redding, CA posted this comment on Monday 03 April 2017 08:06:00.

I attended from Dec. 54 to May, 55. Mr. B was Headmaster. I cannot remember which house I was in (Lions, Dragons, Unicorns) Remember Matron? A very good time, long ago. I cannot locate the school on Google earth. JDK


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David Nicholas Ranson from Fort Myers, Florida posted this comment on Thursday 17 August 2017 10:54:02.

Mr. Krainock: the school remained vacant following the death of Mr. Bannister and was finally sold off for redevelopment: houses, I think. The matron I remember was Miss Redlich, who I though was Austrian but was apparently French. P.S. I was a Dragon . . . .


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Roger Noble from Burnham on Crouch posted this comment on Thursday 16 May 2019 12:31:36.

We have formed an association for the old boys for Hillside School, Godalming to where Hillside was moved in 1940. We have traced 45% of the 380 boys who went to Hillside but would love to hear from the Reigate pupils.



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