Norman Lowman and Ray Griffiths at Blue Anchor camp 1941.
3rd March 1982. Mr. Kenneth Clarke, Minister of Health, opening the newly enlarged surgery.
L to R. Dr. John Griffin(Jun), Mr. Clarke M.P. Dr. Jonathan Meads, Dr. John Griffin(Sen), Dr. Roger Wells.
1977, Presentation of a cardiograph to the surgery. The money was raised by the first Hemyock Carnival for many years, organised by Parish Councillor Christine Young, as part of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee activities.
L to R Dr. John Griffin, Dr. Roger Wells, Terry Doble Chairman of the Parish Council, Dr. Jonathan Meads, Christine Young, and Brian Clist, Parish Councillors.
1927/8 . Hemyock A.F.C. Holders of the Tiverton and District Shield and Fox Cup.
L to R. Back row. E. Passmore, W. Cload, R. Howe, H. Bickle, F. Cork, (Committee)
Standing P. Rowse, (Trainer) F. Melhuish, (Vice President), Rev. L. Ketchley, D. Pring, S. Lawrence,
H. Marks, H. Murray, E. B. Anderson ( Hon-treasurer) W.J.Griffiths (Hon Sec.)
Seated R. Baker, F. Passmore, T. Bright (Captain) L. Hart, V. Bale, On ground, A Salter, P. Howe.
Postcard of Hemyock Bowling Club 1920.
Back row, Mr. Shepherd, John Clist, ?, Sam Farrant, J.C. Carrot, Dick Strawbridge, Mark Lowman,
Centre row, Vernon Paul, Harry Summers, Tom Sandford, Mr. Phillips, Jack Sandford, Bill Griffiths, Reg Barton, Jack Exton, Mr. White, Antony Richards.
Front row, Rev. de Burgh Forbes, Mr William Tait, Robert Tait, Mr. Wheeler, Bob Hill, P.C. Moulder (Policeman), George Paul.
Hemyock Bowling Club c.1920.
L to R. Back row. Harry Summers, John Clist, Sam Farrant, Bill Griffiths, Jack Exton, Mark Lowman.
Front row. Mr. Shepherd, Mr. Phillips, Tom Sandford, Mr. Wheeler, Jack Sandford, Reg Barton
Cast of Lord Richard in The Pantry c. early 1930s, L to R.
Standing – Dr. John Griffin Sen., Mr. Prowse, Mr. Cundict, Bill Griffiths, Miss Agar, Rev: L Ketchley, Ted Hassan.
Seated – Mrs Cundict, Miss Ella Hookway, Miss Queenie Pring, Miss Phyllis James, Mrs E. Farrant, Miss Laura Cload.
c. 1957/8, staff from the milk factory outside Taunton Station en route to London for the annual two day re-union for long service staff, L to R.
Percy Pike, W. Bradford, Bill Griffiths, Bill Miller, Jack Jennings, Bill Alway, Bill Trickey, Kit Pike, Harry Trickey, George Northam, ?, ?, Bill Cload, Ernie Hole.