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  • Alveston House - a history

    N side of High Street, next to Mickleton Garage, camera facing W.

    West side wall and front wall of stone, all other walls brick.  Cotswold stone roof, 2s. Bay windows downstairs, sash windows upstairs, centre window blocked with stone. Extensive outbuildings at back.

    In 1890's Wm Lissaman Jnr had a 'steam joinery and moulding mills' there. (He was employed to finish the building of Kiftsgate Court. See Story of Our Village, Mickleton Women's Institute, 1961, p18.) It seems likely that extensive alterations were carried out by him on this house which appears to have been a small farmhouse with land, or orchard, around it well before his time.

  • Bellringers - Silver Jubilee, 1977

    The bells were rung as part of the village's celebration of Queen Elizabeth 11's Silver Jubilee. Ringers identified as, L-R: Graham Mills, Martin Butt, Harry Wright, Ron Gilkes, Michael Fairfax, Ron ?, Francis Powell.
  • 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

  • Garage Staff in the early 1950s

    From L-R: Rowland Bennett, Aubrey Harper, Margaret Hutchinson nee Kinchin, Graham [Tracker] Mills, Ted [Chippy] Davis.

    The owner at this time was Mr Rosamund.

  • 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.
  • Mill House - a history

    Immediately N of Greyrick House.

    Camera facing NW.

    Listed: 3/15 III Cottage. Rubble.  Cotswold stone roof.  2s and dormer.  2ws (stone mullions)

    The brick built annexe on LHS belongs to the cottage next door; it was once a shop.  There was a cider mill on the corner of Mill Bank and Chapel Lane which gave its name to the house and the road.

    The roof was retiled with Cotswold stone in 1972, in July; an article with photographs appeared in the Evesham Journal while the work was in progress.

  • Successful Mickleton Footballers

    John Kinchin being held aloft by Graham [Tracker] Mills [on left] and Percy Lynes.
  • Three Ways Cottage [now demolished]

    Nurse at her cottage gate. The boy is identified as Lewes Kinchin. Next to him is Mrs Harper [grandmother of Bessie Clark, who gave the original photograph to the WI], then Alice Mills (nee Kinchin) in the arms of her mother, Mrs Frances Kinchin.
  • WI members, 1965

    From L-R: Mrs Beatrice Kitchen [nee Brain], Mrs Gwen Bell, Mrs Alice Mills, Mrs Yardley, Mrs Hazel Taylor, Mrs Pauline Mills, Mrs Margaret Hutchinson [nee Kinchin], Mrs Freda Struthers [nee Righton].
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