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Who do you think you are?  Stirling Moss!
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Who do you think you are? Stirling Moss!

Warninglid school was founded in 1878 and, to celebrate its anniversary, a fair was held to which an estimated 1,000 people turned up. Sir Gwaine and Lady Lucil Baillie of Freechase invited their friend, Stirling Moss, to attend and open the fair.
Stirling is pictured with some of the school children in a rather more modest car than he is used to driving!
I am kneeling next to Stirling, but, please, can anyone put names to the other children.
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Picture added on 09 October 2013 at 19:31
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Comments:
I grew up at Free Chase having lived there for 14 years. That car was in the garage under our house and fascinated me.
I moved away 11 years agp, but it's still there.
Added by Jay Langridge on 19 April 2017
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