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Aerial view of Tupton

 

Taylor's Post Office

Opposite the Methodist Church in Wood-Yard, Tupton.

Tupton

Queen Victoria Road, New Tupton.

Tupton War Memorial, outside St. John's Church.

September 1921

 

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More people of Tupton

Celia Banner, Pauline Whitmore, Kath Martin and her daughter Bernice Martin

Left to right are Celia Banner, Pauline Whitmore, Kath Martin and her daughter Bernice Martin

Possibly taken in The New Inn ( known back then as 'The Horse Box' as it was quite small ). Or - it may have been on one of the ladies Race trips which Kath Martin used to organised for the New Inn.       Taken in the early 80's.

Hazel Bloor

 Hazel Bloor in the 1980's who was the school crossing's lady for many years opposite the Church. Hazel also used to do some cleaning in one of the local pubs Hazel and her husband Gilbert were very well known in the village.

Celia Banner and Kath Martin in the New Inn 1997

Kath and Alec Martin Hasland Hall in 1989 at a function

Alf Holland

Alf Holland

Edna Holland

Edna Holland (also known as Annie Walker by locals back in the day) who along with her husband Alf had the New Inn for many years

Both taken in the late 1980's.

Sandra Vaughan, Alec Martin, Pearl Hall

Left side back Alec Martin, in front is Alec's wife Kath and in front of Kath is Bernice their daughter. Right side the lady is Christine Beniston, Sat on the front of the horse is Andrew Beniston ?                  On the back is Steven Beniston.

Right Kath Martin ( nee Beniston ) Left Joan Beniston. Unknown place or year

Tuton Carnival in 1963?

Taken in Green lane. left ( Man in blonde wig ) Norman Haycox, Susan Martin, Jeanette Martin,       Front left ( girl tennis player ) June Marriott Right hand side man with beard and glasses Mick Scott.

Thanks to Dave Martin

 

 

 

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