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  • Allen & Beatrice Kitchen celebrate their…

    They were married in the parish church of St Lawrence, Mickleton on ??? 1948.  Mrs Kitchen, whose maiden name was Brain, is holding a card from the Queen.
  • Brother and Sister Give 100 Pints of Blood

    These photographs are of Mrs Beatrice Margaret Kitchen and her brother Walter [Wally] Frederick Harry Brain of Pound Lane. They appear in an undated newspaper cutting reporting that between them they had given almost 100 pints of blood to hospitals. Mr Brain had just been presented with a badge and certificate by Lady Pollen on behalf of the National Blood Transfusion Service in recognition of his having given his 50th pint. The presentation took place in King George's Hall. He had donated blood for more than 30 years with just a short break during war service in Africa and Italy.

    Mrs Kitchen, then living on Granbrook Road [now Lane], was due to donate her 50th pint at the next session held in the village.

  • Civil Defence contest

    A team from the village came top in a County competition. The original slide was of a newspaper cutting, probably taken from the Evesham Journal. Team identified as:

    Back row, L-R: John Brain, David Barnes, Ray Rose, Neil Potter. Front row, L-R: Margaret Smith, John Smith, 'Son' Mace, Melita Mace.

     

  • Civil Defence Corps, 1939-1945

    Back row, L-R: John Brain, David Barnes, Ray Rose, Neil Potter. Front row, L-R: Margaret Smith, John Smith, 'Son' Mace, Melita Mace.
  • Civil Defence Corps.

    Mickleton members, from L-R: John Brain, John Smith and & 'Son' Mace receiving the Shield as winners of a County competition. Precise date not known
  • Civil Defence Corps.

    Three members of the Mickleton team dealing with a 'casulty' during a County competition which they won. From L-R: John Brain, Melita Mace and 'Son' Mace.
  • Class 2 School Group Photograph, 1988

    Teacher: Elaine Shewan

    Pupils - from L-R:

    Front row: Kim Butson, Alexandra Garton, Zoe Griffin, Melanie Fincham, Katie Maull, Claire Coldicott

    Middle row: James Grinnall, Simon Brain, James Westerlund, Paul Guyver, Philip Titmus, Oliver Hartsorn

    Back row: Daniel Strangwood, Adam Bridges, James Righton, Simon Nicholas, Jason Moss, John Mackenzie, Timothy Pearce

  • Cricket Team Loses Match

    This photograph is taken from an undated newspaper cutting. The caption below reads: Runs were plentiful at Mickleton on Sunday but the home team's total of 124 was not enough to beat the "Gloucestershire Echo" who won by five wickets. Our picture of the Mickleton team and umpires shows, back row (left to right): Sgt.-Maj. Matthews, D.Taylor, E.Buggins, A.Kitchen, A.H.Wright, H. Simmons and A. Grinnall. Front: J.Kinchin, A.Hicklin, R.Simmons (capt.), J.Brain and D.Barnes.

    The photograph was taken in front of the pavillion at the Senior Playing Field.

     
  • Fancy Dress at Coronation Day, 12 May 1937

    Beatrice Kitchen (nee Brain) is in the centre wearing a sailor's hat and with a crown on the front of her outfit.
  • Football Club

    Back row from L-R: Neil Potter, Arthur Roberts, ?, William Clarke, ?, Richard Brain, Toby Lewis, ? Barnes?

    Front row from L-R: ?, ?, Graham Rose, Les Barnes, Michael Clark, Michael Kinchin.

  • Football Team

    Date unknown.

    Back row, L-R: Michael Fairfax, Colin Dyde, Percy Lynes, Graham Mills, Tony Hickling, Dick Brain

    Front row, L-R: Ray Cotton, John Brain, Bert Simmons, Ray Allard, John Kinchin

  • Football Team, 1961

    Back row from L-R: Neil Potter, Arthur Roberts, ?, William Clarke, ?, Richard Brain, Toby Lewis, ? Barnes?

    Front row from L-R: ?, ?, Graham Rose, Les Barnes, Michael Clark, Michael Kinchin.

  • Haymaking

    Described in the index accompanying the original slide collection as 'Haymaking - modern style' ie. 1950s.
  • In the Churchyard, 1989

    Seated are L-R; Henry Fincham and Jim Moss with Wally Brain, standing behind.
  • Junior Playing Fields

    A new slide installed in the junior plaing field in Back Lane. The photo shows (L-R) Anne Cox, Bernard & Anne Stowe, Dennis Hall, Wally Brain, Margaret Harris and Peregrine Pollen [Trustee] along with some happy children.

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