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Richard Foreman on what Hurst was like in the 1960s

Richard Foreman (Fleur de Lys -1965) spoke to us about his memories of warm jam doughnuts from the tuck shop, choral society and Scrubbie; the only game to play when rugby and hockey were off limits! 
(Photograph of Fleur de Lys Dormitory circa 1960, submitted by Peter Mellor, Fleur de Lys 1958-1963)
(Photograph of Fleur de Lys Dormitory circa 1960, submitted by Peter Mellor, Fleur de Lys 1958-1963)

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