MEMORIES of time at a local primary school are wanted for a new book that is being written – along with some records.Glenn Piper, a teacher at Greenfield Primary School in Hyde, is compiling a title about the 91-year-old establishment.
So far, he has put together a collection of photographs, memories and even some extracts from the manager’s minutes.
But he is on the hunt for more tales from within the classrooms – and ideally anything from any of the log books or the punishment books.
Even any examples of school work from former pupils would be welcomed.
Greenfield first opened in 1929 on Greenfield Street before moving to Queen Street 70 years later.
But to complete the book he is writing, which hopefully will be published by the end of the year, more material is wanted.
Do you have any of your old school reports or certificates? Do you have nay old newspaper cuttings about the school or events that happened there?
Maybe you are even willing to share some of your efforts in class during the 1960s or 1970s.
If you have any material that could help Glenn is his quest to document the history of Greenfield Primary School, there are three ways of sending it.
You can email email@example.com or post them on the Greenfield Primary School, Hyde Facebook page.
You can also post them to Glenn Piper, Greenfield Primary School, Queen Street, Hyde, SK14 1QD.