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"Great memories."

A review of Victoria Primary School by Robert Coleman written on Saturday 20th of February 2021

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I remember Carol Forest and Agnes Nugent. Agnes lived in the next close to me in Robson Street. My twin sister Elizabeth Coleman and me Robert Coleman went to Victoria Primary starting in 1952.

I have great memories of the school. I also remember twin sisters Mary and Sheena Kelly in our class. It would be great to hear from anyone who remembers me. I am having treatment for Lymphoma (blood cancer) just now..

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