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Welcome to Feltonfleet

This weekend, we welcomed our friends from Feltonfleet Prep School to play an annual remembrance fixture that dates back to the earliest days of our inception. In 1940, during the Second World War, the children and staff from Feltonfleet were evacuated to North Perrott Manor, where they stayed for the duration of the war. Upon their return to Surrey, Mr and Mrs Grundy decided to stay at the manor and Perrott Hill was born. Alongside the annual rugby and hockey fixtures, the children competed in the second running of The Haddock Cup, a cross country race inaugurated in 2017 and named after the late John Haddock. John, who arrived at Perrott Hill in 1940 and remained very much a part of the family up until his death last year, won a half blue for cross country running at Oxford University, competing in the same team as Sir Roger Bannister, future Olympian Sir Chris Chataway and Artic expedition leader Chris Brasher CBE. We were honoured to have his son, Chris, at the start line on Friday.

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12th November 2019