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Mrs Anne Broadley (Ostime)

Anne kindly shared her Queen's story

My association with Queens started in 1955 when I was 3. We moved to Taunton to live in what was then Summerleigh where my Father Eric Ostime was the house master and taught French and German. I went to Weirfield because Queens didn't take girls then! We remained in the house til 1972 and sadly soon after my parents moved out my Father became ill and died. My Mother Jean then became resident Matron in the Junior school until she retired. In 1993 my daughter Lucy Broadley (now deceased) gained a scholarship and studied at Queens until she went on to Southampton Uni. In1995 my second daughter Kate joined Queens and I became Sister in Sick Bay. During these years I have made many friends and am very grateful to my continued connection with Queens

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