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Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

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  1. Photo from @Alan Smith - suggested names from Bygone Bedlington Facebook group members.
  2. @Alan Smith - added your photo, with a couple of names into the High School album.
  3. Photo from John Davidson - Bygone Bedlington Facebook :- John Davidson 29 September at 19:24 Pretty sure this is a Bedlington Welfare FC trip to Dumfries as the photo has a stamp on the back from a Dumfries photo shop. My Grandad Matty Hall is 3rd from the right. Late 40s/early 50s maybe. Joan Riches No5 is bob Gray no12 is ken gray my brothers & Sheila Richardson Billy Richardson no 11 his twin George Richardson no 15
  4. Photo from John Davidson, Facebook group Bygone Bedlington. Names from the Bygone Bedlington group members. This comment was posted by Lee Yearham I think the photo was taken because we put it in the time capsule we buried.
  5. photo from John Davidson, Bygone Bedlington Facebook group and the bulk of the names from Nancy Todd (nee Smith = No 19)
  6. Initially thought to be Lower Sixth but now believed to be c1960 - Upper Sixth. Names from No 12 - Brenda Smith.
  7. Photo & names from Linda Mehaffey- Facebook group Bygone Bedlington. I reckon the year is c1966 as No 13 is my cousin who was born in 1960.
  8. Celebrated it's 100th year on June 30th 2012. The school has a web site with a collection of photos over the years and the web site address is http://www.bedlingtonstationfirstschool.com/bsfs100/100_years_of_Photographs/100_years_of_Photographs.html
  9. No idea - did you see the reply from Ovalteeny and me in your previous post on Choppington United?
  10. @HIGH PIT WILMA - Trevor posted another winter shot on the Facebook group and I added your photo to it. Trevor responded with :- Trevor Gregg Excellent, Russell Hogg ex Joiner who became a Shaftsman and after Bates became a Shaftsman at Ashington working for me.
  11. And a winter shot, from a similar position to High Pit Wilmas, from Trevor Gregg on the Facebook group Friends of Bates Colliery.
  12. @Coatsy - see above from Ovalteeny. If you are on Facebook then there is a group under Choppington. I am not a member of that group but I have been in touch with the Admin - Brian Jenkinson - and I copied your two comments into the message I sent him. Brian did not say that he had info that you are after just suggested you join the group and he may be able to help.
  13. @Ovalteeny - any help you can give to help @Coatsy?
  14. And a winter shot, from a similar position to High Pit Wilmas, from Trevor Gregg on the Facebook group Friends of Bates Colliery.
  15. And a winter shot, from a similar position to High Pit Wilmas, from Trevor Gregg on the Facebook group Friends of Bates Colliery.
  16. @Coatsy - I know there are a couple of members that have delved into the history of the Bedlington Football teams and I believe the most info they found was from the Northumberland Archives = the old newspaper records held at the Woodhorn Colliery Museum. https://www.northumberlandarchives.com/ Phone 01670 624 358 [email protected] Woodhorn Museum - Address: QEII Country Park, Ashington NE63 9YF Phone: 01670 624455
  17. Update to No' 35 from Irene Meins - Facebook group Bygone Bedlington.
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