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Bistre Emmanuel Church Choir Trip to Southport"


The char a banc belonged to Nanna Hughes, Lane End. Refreshments at Salt's Cafe, Southport.

Front row: Tom Shaw lived at Pren Farm.


Second row: Frank Parry, brother of Joan lives at Jubilee Villas.


Third row: Jack Roberts looked after The Albert Hall, then the Black Horse Public House. Edgar Shaw - Ron Shaw's father. Edgar Shaw was a lay reader at All Saints church for many years. Edgar also worked for a local butcher,who had a shop at the bottom of Lane End.


Fourth row: Billy Arthur Lewis was the sexton.

Author: Fisher, Bill, 1922


Year = 1925

Event = Leisure

Gender = Mixed

People = Group

Transport = Bus/Coach

Extra = Formal Portrait

Extra = 1920s

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