People
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The opening of the Village Hall in 1908.

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Thirza Cottage c1923 Mrs Runnicles and her daughter Joan (became Mrs Cone)

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A school swimming lesson at the Creek.

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Bathing belles at the Creek

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Two bathing belles at the Creek

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L-R: Rhoda Rivett (later Burrows) and Maud Runnicles

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Fishing at the Creek: elegant young men crabbing

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Fishing at the Creek: elegant young men crabbing

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Les Leggett with haul of flounders caught by hand

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Enjoying a drink – a man outside the White Horse

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Ethel Pooley (landlady) and Dick Rivett outside the Greyhound in the 1930s

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Fun at the Green: Back L-R – Ronny Woby, Roderick Rush, Fred Last. Front: Brenda Beavers, Peter Spall, Diane Bilner, Les Leggett

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Russel Smith, Bertie Cone, Billy Mulley, Bob Desborough – on the village seat in front of Ted Lampard’s barn.

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The Coronation Fete – Fancy Dress Competition

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A gathering at the end of what is now Rectory Lane

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Queenie Rivett at the organ she played at St Mary & St Martin’s for 65 years from the age of 14 to her retirement in 1989 (courtesy EADT)