The name of the woman standing in the doorway is not known. The quality of the image suggests the original was a newspaper cutting
Newspaper cutting shows Beatrice Kitchen with one of her exhibits at Mickleton Gardening Club's spring show held in the Joseph Webb Hall. With her are the Club's chairman, Vera Fisher, and treasurer, George Compton.
These photographs are of Mrs Beatrice Margaret Kitchen and her brother Walter [Wally] Frederick Harry Brain of Pound Lane. They appear in an undated newspaper cutting reporting that between them they had given almost 100 pints of blood to hospitals. Mr Brain had just been presented with a badge and certificate by Lady Pollen on ...
A cabbage grown by Mr Yates of Mickleton. It weighed 12 lbs and measured a yard across. The original slide is of a newspaper cutting (probably from the Evesham Journal) showing the cabbage being held by 12 year old David James of Sedgeberrow.
Photograph shows Mrs Gwen Bell planting the tree to mark Mickleton Women's Institute's 50th anniversary in 1977. Mrs Bell had been President during that year. Next to her are the current President, Mrs Margaret Hutchinson and the Rev. John Walker.
A team from the village came top in a County competition. The original slide was of a newspaper cutting, probably taken from the Evesham Journal. Team identified as: Back row, L-R: John Brain, David Barnes, Ray Rose, Neil Potter. Front row, L-R: Margaret Smith, John Smith, 'Son' Mace, Melita Mace.
This photograph is taken from an undated newspaper cutting. The caption below reads: Runs were plentiful at Mickleton on Sunday but the home team's total of 124 was not enough to beat the "Gloucestershire Echo" who won by five wickets. Our picture of the Mickleton team and umpires shows, back row (left to right): Sgt.-Maj. ...
Photograph and newspaper article, written by Mickleton reporter, John W.Kinchin, recording the life and work of the Reverend Hammond, vicar at St Lawrence's Church for 22 years.
Newspaper cutting showing photograph of members of the Land Army who still live in Mickleton or the surrounding villages celebrating their own VE Day reunion at the Three Ways Hotel.
An undated newspaper cutting of a report of the Mickleton Gardening Club's Annual Show held in the King George's Hall. Pictured is Mr Alan Kitchen who was presented with the Royal Horticultural Society's Banksian Medal for gaining the most points in the horticultural classes and the Dr. Snelson Cup for most points in the Show.
This photograph is taken from a newspaper report on a bank raid here at 11.55am on Monday March 6th 1995 when two masked and armed men held customers at gun point. Two of the three customers inside the bank at the time were local men; 90 year old Ernest Godman and 69 year old Allen ...
Photograph taken from an undated newspaper cutting of some of the members and guests attending the Club's annual dinner held at the Butcher's Arms. The guest of honour was Gloucestershire batsman, Tom Graveney. [Editor: Research has identified the dinner as taking place on 6th December 1957.]
Mickleton Fete Show winners: l to r - Mr W. Brain (open cup), Miss P. Brain & Mrs A. Kitchen (domestic cup), Mr A. Kitchen (cottagers' cup) and Mr B. Robbins, president. Held in Twelve Acre Field at Baylis'.
Tombola Stall run by Mr and Mrs J. Smith and Mrs Alan Grinnall. Fete held in Twelve Acre Field at Baylis'.
Photo taken from an undated newspaper cutting. The caption below gives the following information: ROVERS v. ROVERS: Mickleton Rovers made heavy weather of their Gloucestershire Minor Cup-tie with Cheltenham Leaguers, Gr[missing letters]ton Rovers on Saturday, and it was not until late in the second-half of the match that they made really sure of a place ...
Miss Phillips is on the left, Mrs Stanley on the right.
Newspaper cutting from The Evesham Journal.
Newspaper cutting from 'The Evesham Journal' showing Mr Brian Robbins opening the new pavilion at the senior playing field, Long Marston Road.
The party was organised by the Women's Institute. This slide appears to be of a photograph in a newspaper cutting [Publication unknown but probably the Evesham Journal].
This slide image is of a newspaper cutting [Evesham Journal?] reporting the party which was organised by the Women's Institute. The photograph shows WI President, Mrs V.E. Vandermin with the four oldest guests; Miss R. Lewin aged 90, Mrs ER.Aitchison aged 8?, Mrs M.J.Groves aged 83 and 82 year old Mr W. Fincham. The accompanying text ...
Describes some of the events that took place in the village accompanied by two photographs. Anne Stowe is pictured singing in centre of top one.
This slide from the W.I. collection was probably of a newspaper/journal cutting and shows bulldozers restoring the land around the reservoir.
Newspaper cutting giving details of the various activities that took place in the village as part of the Queen's Silver Jubilee celebrations. These included an ox roast, fancy dress competitions, sports and an open-air service.
Mrs Beatrice Kitchen, Gay Rochfort, Canon Antony Rowe and Pamela Hall celebrate after raising £527 as part of the Cobalt Unit Appeal Fund's Cobalt Coffee Chain. Mrs Kitchen organised the event which was held in the Joseph Webb Hall and had expected to only raise about £100.