TV weatherman makes visit to school
TV weatherman Michael Hunt visited March in 1967 to make a presentation at the town s Burrowmoor School. He was rewarding two pupils after the school had been placed first in a weather competition for the primary schools in Cambridgeshire and the Isle of
TV weatherman Michael Hunt visited March in 1967 to make a presentation at the town's Burrowmoor School.
He was rewarding two pupils after the school had been placed first in a weather competition for the primary schools in Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely.
The two boys pictured receiving the award - Stephen Cornell, left,and Reginald Gill - were the two principal contributors to the school's entry which was a weather graph.
In the background is Mr D J Rowe, the teacher who was instrumental in the school's entry.
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The competition was arranged by Mr D G Alexander, advisory teacher of rural studies for the county, and judged by Mr Hunt.
Ten schools entered the competition and Alderman Jacobs School, Whittlesey, was highly commended.
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