The Photographic Collection of Margot and Derek Andrews
Derek Andrews became an Art student at Bretton Hall in 1952 after completing his National Service. He was interviewed in London by College Principal, John F. Friend and Seonaid Robertson – Head of Art.
Derek’s future wife, Margot — whose maiden name was also Andrews — started at Bretton as an Art student in 1952 after successfully completing a course of three years’ study at the Slade School of Fine Art in London.
During these early days at Bretton Hall, the population numbered merely 90 students.
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