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  • Carol Service, 1970

    Held at the Plantation.
  • Club Day parade

    An old postcard showing the parade in Mill Lane. On the reverse has been written: Cirencester Club Parade. Campden Band. Church Service. (Lent by Mrs Bennett)
  • Coronation Day Religious Service

    Held at 9.00am on 2nd June 1953 on the Junior Playing Field on Back Lane. The service began with singing of the national anthem, prayers were led by Rev. E.P.Hammond amd the address was given by the Methodist Minister, Rev. J.Dodds.
  • Emissaries of Divine Light in the garden of…

    A shamanic group in a circle as they attend a conference in the garden of Mickleton House. Mickleton House was a centre for  the Emissaries of  Divine Light,a global spiritual network initiated by Lloyd Arthur Meeker  in the USA in 1932.
  • Methodist Hall - a history

    S side of Chapel Lane, between Mill Bank and Three Ways corner.

    Camera facing SE.

    Small meeting hall.  C 1913.  One room with stage at S end; small kitchen opening behind stage.  Brick. Roof tiled. Barge board.

    1 s[torey] Modern windows, 3 double and 1 single in each side wall.  Small tiled porch.

    Built by Mr Joseph Webb Snr, as Band of Hope Hall when the movement was supported by both Church and Chapel and the Vestry became too small for combined membership.  On the site of a thatched cottage where the Nurse used to live, (illustrated in Plate 2 in 'Story of our Village, Mickleton Women's Institute, 1961'.  Mr Lewis Kinchin remembers being called out of school with others to pull on the rope attached to the ridge when the cottage was, literally, pulled down.

  • Religious service for the Coronation of Queen…

    Notice of or service sheet cover for a religious service held on the Children's Playing Field at 9.00am on 2 June 1953, the day of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11.
  • Religious tract mentioning Sam Margetts

    Only the cover was photographed for inclusion in the original slide collection.  The tract is titled, 'What the sun-dial taught me' and was written by the Rev. W. Bryan Brown. Published by New Every Week No. 534. The context in which Sam Margetts is mentioned is not known.
  • Silver Jubilee Celebrations

    Newspaper cutting giving details of the various activities that took place in the village as part of the Queen's Silver Jubilee celebrations. These included an ox roast, fancy dress competitions, sports and an open-air service.
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