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Social events in the Church Rooms, 1960s and 1970s

In the 1960s and 1970s, like today, the Church Rooms was a vibrant centre for village social events. These five pictures are just a sample of those taken by Jack and Phyllis Field during this period.

Picture 1, left to right: ?, Hilda Mitchell (at the very front), Dorothy Renshaw (just behind Hilda), ?, Louie Allen, ?, Mrs Williamson, ?.

Picture 2, left to right: Phyllis Field, Harold Wesley, Mary Halford

Picture 3, left to right: Mr Keeping, Jack and Agnes Martin, Mary Halford

Picture 4, left to right: ?, Mrs Ball, ?, ?

Picture 5:
3. Mr Wallace
4. Frank Prevost
6. Dora Harris
7. Edna Wastnage
10. Charlie Camp.
11. Clara Camp
15. Mrs Setchfield
17. Phyllis Prevost
27. Charlotte Jackson (Rev Jackson's daughter)


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Please email us at: team2018@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2012-07-04
 Submitted by: Val Seal and Judith Archdale (daughters of Phyllis and Jack Field)
 Artefact ID: 1639
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