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Childrenís Ball - 1893

Loughborough Herald - 12th January 1893

The second annual childrenís ball was held at the Village Hall on Wednesday, and was a great success, between sixty and seventy children assembling. Visitorsí tickets had been issued for the platform and gallery, and among those who availed themselves of the opportunity of seeing the ball were Mrs Farnham, Mrs Hole, Miss Trapp, Mrs James Wright, the Rev E Foord-Kelcey, Mrs Tyler (Loughborough), Mrs Paulson (Mountsorrel), Mr and Mrs Hayward, Mr and Mrs Hawkes Woodward, the Misses Smith, &c.

The arrangements for the amusement and enjoyment of the guests were admirably carried out under the direction of the following stewards: - Messrs O S Brown, James Bolesworth, G Cook, T Firr, W H Fewkes, James Wright, and George Wright. The programme consisted of games, dances, and an hourís entertainment by Madame Lloydís Italian Choir. Refreshments in the ante-rooms were under the supervision of Mrs Inglesant and Mrs Brown. Mr J Addison Adcockís band supplied the dance music.

   
 Submitted on: 2012-01-01
 Submitted by: Kathryn Paterson
 Artefact ID: 1492
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