Hemyock School Class of 1910/1912

Hemyock School. Class 1. C 1910/12

Back Row. Headmaster Mr.A.T. Baxter, John Stradling, Sam Cross, Walter Salter, Fred (or Sidney) Hart, Cecil Pike, Stanley Wide, George Hold, Percy Wide.

Second. Row. Ernest Lowman, William Marklew, May Florence(?) Hill, Hilda Parsons, Ida Wide, Emily Pring, William Baker

Third Row. Sarah Lowman, Ellen Pike. Alice Cross, Katie Hart, Florence Hart, May Clapp, Ivy Ayres, May Salter.

Front Row. Wilfred George Clist, Charlie Manley, Walter Webber, James Graves, Harold Quick, Walter Ridgeway, Harold Lawrence, William Granger.

Milk factory staff in 1930’s.

A photograph of all the factory staff in the 1930s

Back row L to R. Bert Head, Frank Browning, Tom Lowman, ?, Mark Lowman, Bill Northam, Bert Bickle, George Northam, Frankie Masters, Dick Pooley, Reg Barton, Vic Bale.

2nd row – Sid Land, Jim Woodgate, ?, Bill Wotton, Percy Pike, Fred Trickey, Harry Towell,?, Red Lowman, Edgar Lowman, Bill Hutchings, Fred Cork , Ernie Best.

3rd row  Р?, Ern Lowman, Eli Lowman, Tom Bright, W. Guppy, Bill Cload, Bill Casley, Bert Marks, Percy Salter, Kath Curtis, ?, Chris Board, Bill Bennett, George Lowman, Bill Tricky, Jim Mitcham.

Sitting – Jack Exton, Harry Summers, Bill Griffiths, Hazel Wide, Ted Hassan, Bill Hole, Mr. Anderson, Sam Lutley, Bill Miller, Queenie Pring, Jack Jennings, Edward Lutley, John Webber.

On the ground – ? Ayres, Elsie Bendle, Phyll Lowman, Beat Osmond, ?, Kit Pike, Gwen Bennett.

Coronation Celebrations 1953

Coronation Celebrations in the village in 1953. Dancing through the streets. Early leaders in the dance are Thelma Lowry and Mrs Pike, June Bradbury and Mary Salter, Barbara and Les Bowden, Mrs Netherway and Marjory Webber, Barbara Hole and Michael Pike, Mrs Reed followed by a large part of the population of Hemyock.

Fashions through the Ages. WI 1950

Members of the Women’s Institute modelling, Fashions through the Ages, in the 1950s

Back Row L to R. -Joan Lutley, ?, Mary Netherway, Emily Salter, Barbara Hole, Mrs Naish, Lilly Guppy. Middle Row L to R – Marion Lowman, Mollie Lutley, Mary Rich, Marjory Webber, Alice Clark, Elsie Board. Front Row sitting L to R- Joan Hannaford, Mrs Bennett, Evelyn Pike.

 

1933 Hemyock Carnival Queen

1933. Hemyock’s first Carnival Queen, Cissie Granger (later Gunn) and her maids of honour,

L to R.- Doris Bird , Marjorie Webber, Doris Ayres, and Dora Bale.