|Frank Lee - Orwell 58-60: “As far as I remember the tuck shop was in one of those Nissen huts behind Orwell. I also remember a very large thicket of bamboo we used to hang out in.”
Andrew Ludlow - Johnstons 72-79: “Although I joined Woolverstone in 1973 I do remember the Nissan huts with some fondness. By that time only the rear huts remained, but one was the tuck shop. There was also a hut where I studied for Maths 'O' and 'A' level. Spent a few winters in another hut painting and varnishing the cadets and enterprise dinghies.”
Martin Lenoir - ? 51-54: “Freezing in winter, hut by hut had to race to gym, clean teeth then into shower to be met by terrible Taffy Evans and his freezing water via the hose on the way out.”
Jon Kemp Corners 73-80: “Three maths huts, Swog, Rectangle and Rabjohn - Tuckshop. Cromarty taught English and RE in another. Two for storing boats and one which became a common room for Corners. Think that's all.”
Today the huts are all gone ....