Eggy1948

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  1. Names from Sandra Masters & Christine Campbell for 20, 28, 31 & 38
  2. From the album Whitley Memorial School

    Photo & names from James off this site.
  3. Unfortunately not - the four names published with the photo are :- L to R - Peter Carrigan, David Clark, Gordon Ridley and William Smith.
  4. @Bandsman1966 - names added to photo. I did a quick search in Goolge for Hammersmith Town Hall Brass Band Competition - 1959 and the site and info on the brassbandresults.co.uk site was found - Cambois Workmens & Pegswood Colliery band were also listed in the bands for this event. Added a bit of the info into the photo.
  5. The young lad, bottom left corner as you look at the photo, has been bugging me as I am sure I have seen him before. Took a while but then it clicked - Bedlington Grammar School photo posted on Facebook group Bygone Bedlington and part of the comment was :- '.......... and Gordon was the talented young upstart from the fourth year.......'
  6. @Bandsman1966 - added your list of names to the photo - check it out and see if I have them mapped on Ok.
  7. Names added from Bansman1966's list
  8. Added the info to the photo. @Bandsman1966 - do you know when, and for how long, Brentford Nylons, took over and ran the NethertonColliery Brass Band?
  9. And a thout it was aanly Cockney's that dropped tha H's! - well spotted sir - NETERTON updated :-
  10. CLs updates added
  11. Added the names to the photo :-
  12. Living in the Oval area of Bedlington the Free woods, and the bandstand, was our playground throughout the late 50s & early 60s. We used to camp close to the Bandstand and play in the river not far from the bandstand. The bandstand was used to pile up our belongings whilst we were built a dam across the river. The water was deeper on the Ha'penny wood side but with a dam making it deeper we could dive bomb in off the large flat rock surface on the Ha'penny side. That's the area, where we were camping one Friday, or Saturday night, and we (also YMCA people) encountered our first early morning Hello, Hello what you lot doing here then', from the police, please accompany us to the Top End police station. Naturally we were totally innocent (it was not us that had stole the car and left it not far from where we were camping) and released, after questioning, after about 3-4 hours.
  13. Names added to photo :-
  14. @Bandsman1966 - I'm guessing this set of names go with this photo?
  15. 3 names - George Parnaby, Dick Lane & ? Lane added by Alan Cumings off the Bedlington Remembered facebook site - Front Row Nos 6 & 7 + Middle Row No 3