A group of pupils at Oulton St. John's School in about 1922. One of them was Dorothy May Fisher.
Children pose for the photographer outside Oulton St. John's school shortly before the First World War.
Oulton St. John's school football team in the 1944 season when they won three trophies. On the left
is the Rothwell Charity Cup. A crowd of about 600 people turned up to watch the final with the gate
money being donated to local hospitals. Team members each received five 6d savings stamps for
winning. On the right is the Bowden Cup and in the middle is the Barkston Ash Shield which was
won at Micklefield against a team of evacuees from London.
Back row: Norman Wilson, Charlie Cornish, Raymond Smales, Tom Woolford, headmaster John
Biscomb Plows, Trevor Smales, Melvyn Lunn.
Front row: Ernest Cornish, Dennis Watson, Alan Fox, Eric Fox, Derek Flint.
Plan for alterations to the school in 1905.