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26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
HOGNASTON FIELD DAY To be Opened by Councillor F. J. I EDGE, of Ashbourne, at 3 p.m.. on WEDNESDAY. AUGUST

HOGNASTON FIELD DAY To be Opened by Councillor F. J. I EDGE, of Ashbourne, at 3 p.m.. on WEDNESDAY. AUGUST

7111 TEAS will he served at 4 p.m. Fame, will assemble at top of Village at 2-45 p.m., and Parade through Village. Judging after opening. fer Pig. and keit Stall. Neep-le. Inn Tub. Other Sideshows. A CONCERT will be given in the Hall at 7.30 p.m. by a well 'known Derby Concert P
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
MEMORIALS

MEMORIALS

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26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
DEANERY YOUTH RALLY AT ALITONIMILD

DEANERY YOUTH RALLY AT ALITONIMILD

A visit to St. Parish Church, Alstoosfield, made last Saturday by mernben of youth organisations at Wading a Leek Deanery Youth Ray. Taking part for the first time wen members of and Onecoto parish churches. After conducting a short the vicar and rural desa, Prebendary 8. Bamfor
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
PARWIOII W.I.

PARWIOII W.I.

In the absence of the president. MN. W. E. Dodds, E. Fox presided at the July meeting of Parwich W.I. held lag Thursday. The monthly competition, a musical quiz for which Miss Fox played selections on the piano, was own by Mrs. Dutton. In place of a speaker, members enjoyed a cr
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
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26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
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On Wednesday the inquest was opened at Littleover by the District Coroner, Mr. F. %V. Barnett who, after taking evidence of identification, adjourned it- until Wednesday. Mr. Omen's brother. Mr. Robert ('teen, gave evidence of identifi- cation. He said that his brother. Norman, h
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
BUS STRIKE BRINGS EARLIER PAPERS

BUS STRIKE BRINGS EARLIER PAPERS

Thanks to the bus strike, the people of Harlington are able to have their morning papers forty._ five minides earlier than Children are being taken to school in private cars and by taxi and those people who work in either Buxton or Ashbourne are getting lifts on lorries. Some ar
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
BUS MAN'S HOLIDAY FOR PETER DIMMOCK

BUS MAN'S HOLIDAY FOR PETER DIMMOCK

Peter Dinimock, the well known 8.8. C. Televi‘ion sports commentator, .pent a "bus man's holiday" at the Cheshire Cheese, Longnor. last Friday evening. when he sat watching Derek Ibbotson's revord•smashing mile. Mr. was on his way to Aintree for the Grind Prix and had broken his
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
THE WOMEN'S OWN

THE WOMEN'S OWN

The Congregational Women's Own now closed for the Summer recess. The last. three meetings of the session have attended by over 90 0 , of the members. The speakers at these meetings have been Mn. HaE of I ten, and Mrs. 0. A. Williams, the President; the last meeting took : the fo
26 July 1957 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England