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Bolehall Park Nursery School

Bolehall Park Nursery School

A successful whist drive was held in College Lane Schools on Tuesday, November 28. The M.C. was Mr. L. Brown and the prizes were presented by Mrs'. L. Brown. There were 29 tables occupied and nearly £20 was raised for the Christmas party and funds of Bolehail Park Nursery School
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
AMINGTON DRAMATIC FELLOWSHIP

AMINGTON DRAMATIC FELLOWSHIP

IytEMBERS of the St. Editha's Church, Amington, Dramatic Fellowship, who presented Armitage Owen's Lancashire comedy, None So Blind," last week in aid of church funds. Miss M. J. Wats©n was the producer.
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
DEATH OF MR. H. R. HICKLIN Founder-member of Rotary Club The death, occurred suddenly on Saturday afternoon of Mr. Harry

DEATH OF MR. H. R. HICKLIN Founder-member of Rotary Club The death, occurred suddenly on Saturday afternoon of Mr. Harry

Reginald Hicklin, of The Croft, Comberford Road, Tamworth. Mr. Hicklin, who was 63 years of age, was the principal of the firm of Messrs. Hicklin and Son, sanitary and heating engineers, of Tamworth. He was a founder-member Tamworth Rotary Club and tribute -was paid to his memor
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
Firm to celebrate its latest development

Firm to celebrate its latest development

Twelve years ago the future of the Reliant Engineering Company Ltd., Two Gates, hung disturbingly in the balance. Christmas, 1938, brought the news that the Austin Motor Company was to cease production of its 7-horse power unit standard engine for the Reliant three-wheeled vehic
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
Golf Club elected Mr. H. J. Bray as president

Golf Club elected Mr. H. J. Bray as president

the annual meeting of Tamworth Golf Club at Drayton Park, on Saturday evening, Mr. H. J. Bray, of Wilnecote, was elected president to succeed the late Dr. W. Lowson. An improved financial position was reported. The committee's report stated that the comparative figures of the in
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 

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TWO YOUTHS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL

TWO YOUTHS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL

" Deliberately embarked on course of crime" HTHE allegation that two Tamworth youths had * deliberately embarked on a course of crime was made by the prosecuting solicitor at Tamworth Borough Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, when the youths were committed for trial at Lichfield Qu
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
- -5». , .jy»..... j jj.jj.ti- ■<- -<"•.! '.. jjujg^ Telephone 59, TftMWORTH CAR PARK Now Open. Patrons Only TO-NIGHT.

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& 8 SAT.. 2, 4, 6 & 8. Robert Jane Greer, William Bendix, Patric Kr.owSes in THE BIG STEAL i SUN., DEC. 10th, 6 & 8: William Elliott, Vera Ralston, Gail ! Patrick in THE PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY MON., TUES & WED 6 & 8. Anne Crawford, Jean Simmons, Michael Rennie, Kathleen Harrison
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
TAFFETA FROCKS ' -r rip w .,, x SOFT FURNISHING Dept. *Sg i t" ° kM * S, " d

TAFFETA FROCKS ' -r rip w .,, x SOFT FURNISHING Dept. *Sg i t" ° kM * S, " d

RATON BROCADE >6 Also rever and Eton collar S?," » C V-11 necklines, short and cap sleeves, Shell Pink, Pale Blue ami W ' and flared skirt styles. In plain Sage Green. With self & multi-coloured check designs colour figured design, j W :58 '° 10 hu w/6 KNITWEAR DEPT. dress fabri
09 December 1950 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
ATTLEE RESISTS SECRET SESSION ON DEFENCE

ATTLEE RESISTS SECRET SESSION ON DEFENCE

Sends letter to Churchill THE Prime Minister wrote a formal letter to Mr. Churchill last night telling him. in reply to his earlier letter, that the Govennment are opposed to secret session on defence today, and will vote against any Opposition motion to have one. On Tuesday nig
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Australian troops in action 'as soon as possible'

Australian troops in action 'as soon as possible'

Further responses to the appeal for armed aid in Korea have reached Mr. Trygve Lie. Secretary- General of the United Nations. At Canberra yesterday the Acting Minister for Defence. Mr. Macbride, told Pressmen that Australian troops would be in action in Korea as soon as they cou
27 July 1950 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England