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The Beehive School Record Book

posted by marley on 22 Aug 2013 at 3:57 pm

i have a copy of the beehive record bexhill on sea 1938 is anyone interested

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posted by Stella Stuart on 22 Oct 2013 at 3:24 pm

I'm really interested in your records for the beehive. Would it be possible to take a look?


posted by Dan Hellier on 07 Jan 2014 at 12:18 pm

Since 1978 I have lived in Manor Road in the house which was owned by Adele Mary du Putron,the principal of the Beehive. I would be exstremely interested in looking at your document


posted by Fiona Mather on 02 Jul 2014 at 4:33 pm

Yes, I would be interested to have a look as my mother, who was then called Audrey Gossell, was at the school then.

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posted by Kelly smith on 20 Apr 2015 at 11:29 pm

Hi my name is Kelly,I was wondering if you could help me reunite some letters to someone or their family that went to your your school in 1937 her name was miss Barbra foster,I know it's a bit of a long shot but worth a try.
I believe that her surname once married was matthewman and had a son called John,
Thank you in advance for any information that you may be able to help me with,
Regards Kelly.

Interest In History And Records Of The Beehive

posted by June Millar on 20 Jun 2015 at 9:02 pm

I was a pupil at the Beehive.1946-1951.
I am a member of the Old Bees association - an informal group of c.14 Old Girls who meet together every year. I am interested in finding out all I can about the school and telling the group about the history of the school. I would be very interested in having the copy or access to a copy in any way you wish to make it available. Thank you for your help. Are you an Old Bee? June

I Was St The Beehive From 1960 To The End.

posted by Margaret Lupton nee Clements on 04 Jul 2015 at 11:06 am

I saw out two heads. Mrs Benson Davies and Mrs Bowden.
Anyone out there remember our last . Party. I came back from a weekend in Dorset with strawberries, clotted cream and scrumpy. You can imagine the outcome.

Sell Twins In The 1930s

posted by Jonathan Pitts on 27 Nov 2015 at 6:54 pm

My mother Barbara Sell and her twin sister hazel ewre at the Beehive in the late 30s, until the war. Lively girls and excellent games players and dancers, someone must remember them.
I would be interested in seeing the 1938 record and contacting anyone who knew them and has memories or photos to share.
Barbara is still alive and lives in Wimbledon.

Best wishes,


The End

posted by lesley margaret spencer on 01 Feb 2016 at 5:28 pm

Ii remember the Beehive> I was a pupil there for the last school year, My mother was a teacher there called Mrs Spencer. I was in her class and had to call her Mrs Spencer!

I googled The Beehive today as I am doing a Life Writing course and wanted to write a piece about my time a a student there.

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