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Tug of War 1915

A mixed Tug of War. This photograph dates from 1915

Robert Riddle (1919-25) lent this photo to Gill Jackson who featured it in the 2000 Magazine - the caption was "Walking round."

Colin McLaurin Jones (1921-25) former Rawdonian, has been able to identify some of pupils:

'The centre pair in the photograph are Marjorie Buckley later Kirby and Mark Jackson.  On the far right are Gwen Wells and Fred Northern. In the background, Mary Spark - boy not recognisable.  On the left hand side there are two girls together, the one on the right is Doris Burton (Blakeway), known as  'Big Fishy', she had a sister known as 'Little Fishy'. The girl behind those two is Evelyn Nicholson, don't recognise the boy."  Colin is always a wonderful source of information.

Boating on the Lake - 1949ish

Getting almost up-to-date. The scene depicted is either 1949 or 1951 - and the wooden rowing boat which "arrived" -  the rower is Brian Smith (1949-53). Tony Browne thinks it is Peter Martin (1951-57) sitting in the stern.

Tony Browne (1947-53) was the photographer

Maintenance on the lake rowing boat.Tony Browne (1947-53) has supplied this further photo of the rowing boat taken around 1951 - this time being flooded to swell the planks and prevent leaking. Water can be seen pouring out of the hull so there's a long way to go.

Those in the picture are - left to right: Derek Barnes(1946-52), John Fothergill (1947-53), ??, Dick Dennis (1944-52) with the bucket, and Alwyn Williams (1950-55.)

Sshool Orchestra in the old Meeting House 1954

The School Orchestra photographed in the Meeting House, in the 50s, before the alterations to install a window overlooking the graveyard. Bernard Coates can be seen hiding behind his double bass.

There is now a much larger version of this photo on a separate page. When you place your mouse pinter over the head of any one of the Orchestra, a box with a number will appear. If the name is known that will have been added, if not and you can provide the name, just e-mail and give the number and name(s) - christian and family names please.

 

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