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re: LETTERS: Pevensey Church School, either 1945 or 1946, I wondered if any of your readers would have been present?

Could Pamela Tompsett be referring to this?

Visit to London Pantomime Children’s Outing from Pevensey (02 January 1947):

“Ninety children from Pevensey aged seven to 15, went by motor coach to London on Thursday to see a pantomime. Accompanied by 25 adult chaperons they left at 10 …

Published: Saturday 04 January 1947
Newspaper: Eastbourne Herald
County: Sussex, England

article text: Visit to London Pantomime Children’s Outing from Pevensey Ninety children from Pevensey and Pevensey Bay, aged seven to 15, went by motor coach to London on Thursday to see a pantomime. Accompanied by 25 adult chaperons they left at 10 o’clock and had a lovely ride. Their destination was the Casino Theatre, Old Comptonstreet, where a pretty and amusing performance of “Mother Goose ” gave great delight. For the younger children of the parish, aged 3 to 7, there will be a Christmas •party next Saturday at the Carey Hall. Tne cost of the two events is being defrayed from a fund of £139 125., collected at Pevensey and Pevensey Bay by the Pevensey Parish Christmas Treat Committee, consisting of Mr. R. May (secretary), Mr. F. Rolt (treasurer), Mr. Tufnell (chairman), Mr. P. Bolter, Mrs. A. May, Mrs. M. Wood and Mrs. Sequien.

Deborah Sadki