Poem about Bampton Football Team which was formed by Albert Radband and the pitch was down the Buckland Road. Named in the poem are Albert Radband Frank Hudson Eric Truman Rodney Adams Simon Goddard Ginger Townsend Johnnie Marston Frankie Barrett Philip Hewitson Roger Siford Mick Walsh George Siford Terry Cravens Peter Hawks Willie Truman
Epitome of Title relating to the sale of part of Calais Farm to M E Shaylor by Mr Stevens of Limetree House in 1986 Consisting of Copies of the following documents 1) Conveyance between Lorna Weston Ogilvie. Gordon Ogilvie. Margaret Deneke , Bryan Norman Stevens & June Doreen Stevens 2) Deed of Grant Sd. B.N. & J.D. Stevens and The Secretary of State for Defence 3) Deed of Partition Sd. B.N. Stevens & J.D. Stevens 4) Legal Charge Sd. B.N. Stevens Williams & Glyn's Bank Ltd. 5) Legal Charge H.M. Ld. Chgs. V 0902265 6) Statutory Declaration by Sd. B.N. Stevens 7) Conveyance Sd. B.N. Stevens, Monty Edwin Shayler & Susan Mary Shayler 8) Sd. M.E. & S.M. Shayler Amsterdam-Rotterdam Bank N.V.
Photograph of Bill Hudson with others on a course in 1947. He was Frank Hudson’s father. His wife, one of Dora Townsend’s sisters died when Frank was 7 weeks old and Frank was raised by his grandparents on Castle View farm so Bill could go out to work but Bill lived in Broad Street so saw Frank all the time. At one time Bill worked in Central Garage in the Market Square. In this picture he is seen with people from other outlets for Ferguson Tractors, at the Fifteenth product course on April 29th 1947 where he represented Bathford of Swindon.
Written on the back of the photo are the names of the others Lenfield Engineering (Kent) - A.C. Jacobs Cortlett Sons and Cowley Ltd Isle of Man - Mr H Corkhill Tractors Swindon Ltd Bathfield Mr W Hudson Avon Valley Tractors Ltd Evesham - W.R. Frost Burgess Motors Stafford - E.W. Beard