Category Archives: Stogs
A neighbor gave me the clipping from the Daily Mail that appears below, which I took a photo of with my phone. I hope it’s legible enough. If you can’t read it easily, click on the photo and it will … Continue reading
The refurbishment of the main building looks to be nearing completion. The new blocks of flats have enclosed it on two sides – where the art building used to stand (to the east) and behind, blocking the view to the … Continue reading
When I read these magazines, I am quite surprised at the range of activities and clubs that were available at Stogs even 45 years ago. 1965 was a key year in my life. I visited Spain for the first time … Continue reading
A large copy of this photo is on display at the school. Orpington High St. can be seen running along the top of the picture.
This is another school magazine loaned to me by my friend Alan. I wish I had more time to upload them, as they contain some real gems. The article on computers and the report on the school trip to Spain … Continue reading
I was offered a chance to look around the school premises in Orpington, where I spent my last year having helped with the move from Tooley St. (the street name is a corruption of St. Olave’s). Unfortunately, it was something … Continue reading
After visiting the old building, everyone strolled up Tooley St. to Southwark Cathedral, where the Founders’ Day commemoration service has traditionally been held. It is a gorgeous building whose beauty can barely be appreciated from the ground because of the … Continue reading