Portsmouth Baby Boomers who would become teenagers of the ’60s | Nostalgia

Not one sad face among these pupils from Corpus Christi School in Gladys Avenue, North End, Portsmouth.

Wednesday, 15th January 2020, 1:06 pm
Updated Wednesday, 15th January 2020, 2:03 pm
All smiles from children from Corpus Christi School, Gladys Avenue, North End, Portsmouth, 1955. Picture: Malcolm Jones

Malcolm Jones sent me this photograph plus some names of those pictured, but not in any order.

They are: David Walsh, Malcolm Jones, Keith Hewitt, David Dobbin, Michael Brown, Carol Brown, Andrew Jones, Michael Jones, and Malcolm Walsh. Also possibly Rachel Dobbin.

Malcolm says it was taken before 1955 so most would have been born after the end of the war, to become known as Baby Boomers and teenagers of the 1960s.

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