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Set of photos showing Arnold Woodley and Sonny Townsend, taken in 1990 the year Sonny clocked up 60 years dancing and clowning
Extract from Kelly's Directory listing private residencies, occupations and organisations of Bampton in 1935.
Images of Parkers Solicitors, now Marks Kitchen, (previously Constable's Bakery,) Rosemary House, and the Poachers Rest Restaurant (previously Barclays Bank) West end of Market Square
Supplied by Andrew Hilditch c 1990
The Trout part way along the road from Bampton to Buckland is a very popular eating place. It is on the Thames and many fishermen and women have the right to have a rod there and they go to the pub, eat and fish. A cycle path would have been a wonderful addition to safe riding and these pictures are taken from scanned black and white negatives.
The last year we had a Flower Garland competition before Covid 19 put a temporary stop to it.
Ariah and Paisley Neatham 2019 (with the red coat and hood) first picture with Dawn Newland and the second one with Ruth Wheeler.
Third picture with the same two children plus Archie Comely and Ella Connors.
Cycle rally 2002 trying to get a cycle path to The Trout in Buckland Road
Celebration of His Majesty King George V's Silver Jubilee, 1910-1935
These are just two photographs taken during the Easter Bonnet competition in 1993. John Tanner and his children Nelson and Stephanie can be seen in one picture and Helen Buckingham, Stephanie again and Ann Jackson amongst other can be seen in the second one.
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