July 1980 Joan Elsom and her Kidney Machine Fund Raising Committee handed over a cheque for £5,900 to Bill Maynard (ITVs Selwyn Froggit)Honorary President of the Childrens Kidney Machine Fund.
Mr. Werner Leuch,MD, presented the cheque in the works canteen at BMARCo Springfield Road works..
Bill Maynard was a genuinely funny and clumsy person having fallen up on to the stage he could not talk for laughing but eventually thanked the Fund-raising committee and all who had given so generously with both money and time.
From Left:- Mrs Margaret Tuckwood, Mrs Sue Bradshaw, Mrs. Maureen Maclachlan, Bill Maynard, Mrs. Marie Harris, Mrs. Sue Waddleton, Mrs. Joan Elsom and Mr. J. Matthews.
Photo sent in by Vaughan Hardy
THE Tudor Rose was the former Royal British Legion club in Castlegate, appearing in the mid-1980s as the White Hart closed.
This is their football team. The picture has been sent to us by Darren Douglas Wilson, whose uncle Tony was manager and father in goal.
Does anyone know which year?
Can you name the players?
Back – B1 B2, Richard Harrison, Andy Ephgrave, Andy Fielding, Graham Wilson, B7 B8;
Front – Ian Mutch, Trev Walton, Scott Ashley, Mick Parkinson, F5 F6
Andrew Kitchen says…
Thought you might be interested in this photo of my father (second from the right aged 19) and five biking friends taken on 14th August 1926 on Redcross Street Grantham with Castlegate behind them and the King’s School visible at that time.
It was taken before they set off for a holiday in Yarmouth.
The bikers (and their mchines) are from the left…Reg Peatman (AJS) Tom Wright (Rudge-Multi) Harry Foster (standing) Norman Stone (Norton) Albert Kitchen (AJS) and Ralph Foster (BSA)
THIS is the interior of the Isaac Newton Centre when it had recently opened in 1984.
It has since had a major facelift.
The occasion here is a fashion show in the foyer.