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Papdale School choir

Photo (10) Papdale School choir. Must have been pre Glaitness and there are 2 class years. Don’t know the year or a lot of the names, but I’ll have a go.

Back row
(?Angela Wilson), Karen McFaull, Kelly Leonard, Susan Lamb, Karen Walker, Carole Gildea, Fiona Street, (?) Samantha Craigie, Richard Flett, Robert Walker, Christine Inkster, (?) Graeme Louttit, Stewart Gray, Lynne Campbell

Middle row
(?Bews), Helen Ryrie, (?), (?), Tracy Linklater, (?), (?), Karl Johnston, Gina Gibson, Karen Burgess, Elizabeth Laird, Sarah George, David Marwick, (? Stanger), Lesley Tait, Alice Kelsall, Shona Gibson

Front row
Susan Fotheringhame, Julie Deans, Magnus Drever, Ian Croy, Ray Findlay, Caroline Budge, Tracey Bannerman, (?), Marie Shearer, Fiona Fettes, a very serious Ross Donaldson, and Kathleen Drever

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Picture added on 16 January 2008
I can fill in a few of your question marks Gina - next to Fiona Street a lass called Alexandra Evans - she was in my class and left Orkney quite early into primary school. Next to Helen Louttit is Sean Cormack, next to him the ever handsome Ian Robertson. Next to Tracy Linklater is Paul Rendall. Stewart Stanger next to David Marwick.
Added by Ian Robertson on 20 January 2008
The girl 4th from right back row is Lynn Berstan.
Added by Jean Skinner on 29 January 2008
I think we were in primary 5 when that was taken, my that takes me back. Am sure that was when Lynn Berston left Orkney to go to Banchory.
Added by Kathleen Drever on 30 March 2008
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