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Reigate, "St David's". Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Beryl Allen from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 08:42
    This is were I went to school during the war. There was a Swimming Pool at the back, and an Orchard with lots of Apples, Plums, Pears, and school gardens that we tended to. The front Lawn is were we use to play or receive our Families. Lots of happy memories here. I have Googled Earth this, and find that the Swimming Pool has gone and also the Orchard. Sad to say. We also had Air Raid Sheltes in the back, were we use to sit on top and watch the "Doodle Bugs" and Rockets go by on their way to London. It was a Boys school before we took it over in 1939/1940

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. Doyen Series.

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    Philip Pegler from Worcester WR1 1RG posted this comment on 09/01/2013 at 14:50
    These next 6 pictures show Spurgeons sports'fields where I was fully occupied 1939-49.By the time I left the lower (boys)field was so over used that we had to play football and cricket matches on the field by the pavilion.
    Ironically in 1953/5 I was a fireman in Worcestershire and I saw a photo of a helicopter landing on our cricket pitch in The Fire Brigade Union magazine as by then the grounds were the property of The Surrey Fire Service.That picture was in consequence re printed in our Within Our Gates magazine.Is it possible to re-create that in this series?


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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:36
    Hi Phillip. What "House" were you in? My Brother was Bernard Brewer. would you have known him?

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St David's, Reigate. 1911. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.

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    Philip Pegler from Worcester WR1 1RG posted this comment on 11/01/2013 at 17:19
    Following my comments on previous photograph;after careful thought I realise that this is the only dated picture.we at Spurgeons certainly used these sports fields during the war years but we only wore whites for matches.The players shown must have been of a private school who vacated the site in 1939.

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    Philip Pegler from Wocester WR1 1RG posted this comment on 14/02/2013 at 20:06
    My Comment 1 is born out by the fact that the wall creeper on the main house was no longer there in the war,so picture must have ben taken when a private school occupied the site,prior 1939

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    John Parkes from Horncasle Lincs posted this comment on 07/10/2015 at 15:10
    Hello Phillip, if l remember rightly,we both played in the school team in 1945/46 with Dereck Gardner and John Jones,our bigest rivals were Redem School of Purley.the last game l played before I left we declared

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Playing Fields Upper Game. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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Playing Fields Lower Game. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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The Dingle Lower Game. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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Playing Fields from Study. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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The Dingle Walk. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:11
    Yes! We had the most glorious walks nearby. This was one of them.
    I do wish more Girls from St Davids would check this Website out. and give their comments. Such Happy Memories of my time their from 1939-40 to 1945, when I was old enough to go to work. I worked in the City just before the end of the war. and was Bombed out when I got to work I found that the Building in the City "Milk Street" had been sliced in half from a Doodle Bug or Rocket. I was lucky that it happened at night. as I am now 86 years old. So God was looking out for me.

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Library and Music Room. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Alan Conway from Reigate posted this comment on 10/02/2017 at 16:16
    10/02/17. St David's is still the HQ of Surrey Fire & Rescue Service.
    In another photo the room downstairs is called the Boy's Library. It is part of our stores while upstairs are offices. The "hexagonal" room on the right is another office though not always a popular location.

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The Playground. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    philip charles pegler from worcester wr1 1rg posted this comment on 15/08/2011 at 08:03
    St.David's was the home for Spurgeon,s Orphanage when I was there 1939-49,but several pictures including this, are from when the homes were at Stockwell in London before the war.

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:43
    Sorry Phillip. This was at St David's. It was the girls Playground. At the back of the Main Building. All these pictures are from St David's.
    This is NOT a Spurgeon's Website, but an www.Oldreigate.com website.

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The Herbaceous Border and Sanitorium. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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The Chapel. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    John Parkes from Horncastle. Lincs posted this comment on 22/08/2014 at 13:32
    I945! I can see myself facing the congregation singing The 23rd psalm,with Dr Green playing the organ at the back of the chapel with some one pumping at the bellows. My stay at Spurgeons was from 1937 to 1946, Stockwell to BIrchington then to Reigate with a stay in Wales in 1944 ,to get away from Doodlebugs.

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:58
    Good to see that you John are still here. I put it down to good living and a good upbringing. We had a good education, and were fed so well, even though it was during the war years. We always had plenty to eat.

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The Entrance Hall. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Beryl Allen from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 08:49
    These rooms at the side were used by the Matrons and Head Teachers

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The Drawing Room. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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The Dining Hall. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Beryl Allen from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 08:51
    Oh! How I remember this Dinning Hall. We had Three good meals a day. and even during the war, we were so well fed. I thank the staff for caring so much.

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The Boy's Library. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Alan Conway from Reigate posted this comment on 10/02/2017 at 15:59
    10/02/17. St Davids's is still the headquarters of the Surrey Fire & Rescue Service. This room is still recognisable and is part of the Stores section as the Stationery store.

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The Big Class Room. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Alan Conway from Reigate posted this comment on 10/02/2017 at 16:05
    10/02/17. St David's is still the headquarters of the Surrey Fire & Rescue Service. This room forms part of the stores and is use as an operational equipment store. There is no trace of the first door anymore! but the furthest door is in everyday use!

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The Gymnasium. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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    Philip Pegler from Worcester WR1 1RG posted this comment on 09/01/2013 at 21:26
    This gym certainly wasn't at St David's Reigate..More likely at Stockwell when the homes were in London.

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    Beryl Allen from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 08:54
    Yes! I also remember the Gym. where I learnt to jump over the Horse, and swing on the Bars.

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:34
    Yes the Gym was there Phillip. Do you remember that the Boys had a different section than the girls. We had the best of both worlds. and the boys use to be in the Nissan Huts way down the Pathway, right near the Back of St David's

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:47
    Yes! Once again Phillip, this was in the Girls section. at St Davids. Maybe you never got to use it.

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The Big Dormitory. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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    John Parkes from Horncastle Lincs Ln95ax posted this comment on 23/03/2011 at 14:16
    Nice to see a photo of the Dingle.while at Spurgeons( in the war years


    Nice to see a photo of the the Dingle after all these years. I was at Spurgeons duering the war years and lived in the Dingle till i was 11,then i moved over to the Huts witch were other buildings on the St Davids grounds. I left Spugrgeons in 1946.







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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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    Philip Pegler from Worcester WR1 1RG posted this comment on 07/01/2013 at 20:03
    This was Spurgeons swimming pool from 1939 till I left in 1949.Well before Health & Safety as the water turned green soon after a refil.

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    Beryl Allen from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 08:56
    This is were I learnt to swim.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co.

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 08:59
    Now this brings back memories. That could be my Bed Second one along.
    Just as I remember. It looks like this photo was taken from the doorway.

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The Argocat - owned by Surrey Fire Brigade. Keystone Press Agency.

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    Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on 01/05/2015 at 09:03
    Now the Reigate Fire Brigade has taken over. I wonder if they know what went on here between 1939-1945 Nor all bad I must say. As we were taught that God would take of us, so we had no fear when the Rockets/Doodle Bugs use to go over on their way to London.

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The Argocat - owned by Surrey Fire Brigade. Keystone Press Agency.

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