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St Bartholomew's Church Sunday School outside the Church Rooms

This photograph was taken outside the Church Rooms in either 1953 or 1954. It is St Bartholomew's Church Sunday School with the Vicar, the Revd Teddy Pilling.

At this time, children always wore their 'best clothes' for Sunday School. Judith Field recalls that her mum (Phyllis Field), made her, her older sister and her cousin 'coronation dresses' - in pink material with a pattern of 'golden coaches'. They are wearing them on this picture - and Judith being the youngest, later had her sister's hand-me-downs, and was wearing 'golden coaches' into the late 1950s!

So far we have the following names:
2. Miss Bradley (Sunday School Superintendent)
4. June Bentall
5. Betty Marston
7. Annie Wesley
8. Rev Pilling
10. Ann Wesley
19. Ann Lovett
21. Valerie Lovett
22. Judith ? Gamble
26. Valerie Field
28. Margaret Prickett
33. Ronald Beswick
34. Philip Ball
37. June Sharpe
38. Marian Sharpe
40. Judith Field
42. Alan Garrett
43. Pat Proudlock


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Please email us at: team2018@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2012-07-06
 Submitted by: Roy and Babs Green, with additional information from Judith Field and Ken Brown
 Artefact ID: 1641
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