Shelagh Johnson (née Allan)
"In the fifties, photos were largely black and white. Much of life was utility grey or the ubiquitous green and cream of building interiors, but Bretton life was technicolour because I was in love with the building, the countryside and my fellow students."
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Shelagh Allan attended Bretton Hall from 1956 to 1958, when the student population was only 150. Her main study was Art, with Drama as a subsidiary subject. In 1958 she took part in one of Martial Rose's productions of his celebrated translation of the Wakefield Mystery Plays.