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Quorn Baptist Sunday School 1984/85

This photograph is of Quorn Baptist Sunday School in what is thought to be 1984 or 1985.
Can you supply any more names?

The people identified so far are (left to right) :

Front row: Robert Sibcy, Ian James, Joseph Turlington, Selina Clarke, Rachel Kent, Lynsey Cowlishaw, Paula Rake, Claire Ennis, Elizabeth Kent, Dana Wormley.

2nd row: Stephen Sibcy, Emily Slade, Michael Cowlishaw, Joan Adams, Suzanne Phillips, Hanna Turlington, Aimee Farmer, Hayley Atkinson.

3rd row: Richard Atkinson, Mark Phillips, Nicky Atkinson, Mark Farmer, Vicky Cameron, Carla Rake, James Willson, Jim Gould.

4th row: Julie Greasley, Emma Block, Suzanne Grant, Ruth Block, Suzanne James, Adam Slade.

Standing at the back: Bob Block, Richard Adams, Tim Cochrane, Malcolm Cryer ('Big Malc').


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Please email us at: team2018@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2011-11-30
 Submitted by: Christine Sibcy, additional information from Annalise Cowlishaw and Nick Hinde
 Artefact ID: 1477
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