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  • 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 - Gloucester Minor Cup Winners

    Back row: l to r: L Kinchin, E Mace, D Clarke, P Lynes, G Mills, H Peachy, D Mathews, W Brown, J Smith

    Front row: l to r: M Fairfax, M Williams, J Kinchin, L Barnes, H Organ, J Baker, ? Pitcher

  • Mickleton Football Club, c. 1960

    Back row, L-R: Lewis Kinchin, E.Mace, David Clarke, Percy Lynes, Graham Mills, Les Peachey [from Ilmington], David Matthews, Bill Brown (Sec.), John Smith (treasurer)

    Kneeling, L-R: Michael Fairfax, Martin Williams, John Kinchin, David Barnes, Howard Organ, Tony Empson.

    Mascots: Alan Hutchinson, Billy Pitcher

  • Mickleton Football Team

    Back row, L-R: Lewis Kinchin, E. Mace, David Clark. Percy Lynes, Graham Mills, Les Peachey, David Matthews, Bill Brown (Secretary), John Smith (Treasurer)

    Front row, L_R: Michael Fairfax, Martin Williams, John Kinchin, David Barnes, Howard Organ, Tony Empson

    Mascots, L_R: Alan Hutchinson, Billy Pitcher

  • Mickleton Rovers Football Team

    Photo taken from an undated newspaper cutting. The caption below gives the following information: ROVERS v. ROVERS: Mickleton Rovers made heavy weather of their Gloucestershire Minor Cup-tie with Cheltenham Leaguers, Gr[missing letters]ton Rovers on Saturday, and it was not until late in the second-half of the match that they made really sure of a place in the next round by hitting home three goals and thus giving them a handsome 5-1 win The Mickleton side was: Mills, D.Brain, Dyde, Fairfax, Lynes, Hicklin, Cotton, J.Brain, Simmons, Allard, Kinchin.
  • Six-a-Side Cricket Team.

    From L-R: Richard Taylor, Ron Kibblewhite, Percy Lynes (holding cup), Les Barnes, Rowland Bennett, Simon Jones. The team had won the competition at Quinton and were photographed at Mickleton before taking part in an Over 30s v. Under 30s match.
  • Successful Mickleton Footballers

    John Kinchin being held aloft by Graham [Tracker] Mills [on left] and Percy Lynes.
  • Wykum, High Street

    Photograph shows home owner Percy Lynes and his sister May, standing outside the house he had bought just before his marriage to Dorothy Bennett in 1959. They lived there for the rest of their lives.
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