Item BCA - 2019.2317 - David Niven, Cecil Robinson, Charlie Whiting, Michael Trubshaw

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BCA - 2019.2317


David Niven, Cecil Robinson, Charlie Whiting, Michael Trubshaw


  • during or just after WWII (Creation)

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This picture is of 4 men who either lived in Bampton or were friends of Bampton people.
L-R:- David Niven the actor, Cecil Robinson who sang in St Mary's choir, Charlie Whiting and Michael Trubshaw.

Michael's family lived in Little Place and when David Niven used to stay with them they could be seen enjoying a pint next door the Malt Shovel Inn in Lavender Square. In nearly all of David's films, there was either a character or a pet called Trubshaw after his friend. They were in the army together during WWII.

Charlie Whiting played Cricket for Bampton and in later years he umpired and Michael would go along to watch the match.

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