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  • Admiring carrots at the Flower Show, 1950s

    From left to right: Tom Bingham, Don Taylor, Brian Robbins, Manley Bubb.
  • Cedar Road, c. 1952

    The house in the centre is no. 27 Cedar Road, then the last house and shows the field at the side. The boy on the trike is Richard Taylor whose family lived in the house opposite.
  • Chapel Cottage - a history

    S side of Chapel Lane, next to Methodist Hall.

    Camera facing E.

    Date not known.  Formerly 2 cottages.  Timber with brick in-filling.  Probably thatched originally, now tiled.  3 dormers at front and one at back above eaves line.  2 s[torey].  Windows, some original 2-light wrought iron frames, one side-hung, one fixed, small panes but dormer windows have diamond lattice panes.  1 chimney in end wall remains after alterations.

    At one time these cottages belonged to John Taylor, a Trustee of the Chapel, and the proceeds of their sale were left for Chapel purposes.

  • 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.

     
  • 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.
  • 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].
  • Women's Institute Dramatics, 1957

    L-R standing: Mrs Hazel Taylor, ?, ?, Mrs Freda Struthers, ?, Mrs Kathleen Bennett, Mrs Glover, Mrs Gwen Bell. In front: ?
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