In our Archives there are eight photographs of schoolboys and staff at an unknown school. We do not know who donated the photos, many years ago.
On closer inspection we found photographers’ marks, all for Simla (now Shimla) India. One photographer was Fred Bremner; three are apparently ‘Albert Jenkins’, three are unmarked and the final one is ‘J & H King’.
There is a date, 1924, on a picture of a football team, and the cap badges appear to feature a bishop’s mitre. This leads us to conclude that this is Bishop Cotton’s School for Boys in Shimla, founded in 1859.
What more can you tell us? What is the connection with Chipping Campden?