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Handcross Band concert at Crawley
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Handcross Band concert at Crawley

The Handcross Band, accompanied by other guest artists, look very smart in this picture from 1970 taken when they performed at St Wilfred’s School, Crawley.
Standing from left:-
Unknown lady artiste, Roger Ray, Dave Oxley, Lou Love, Janet Young, Unknown, Mrs Vi Johnson, Unknown (funeral director), John Courier, Unknown “Erbie”, Stan Gasson, Bill Salter, Harry Gasson, Arthur “Joby” Johnson, Unknown, Unknown, Fred Foster, Unknown lady artiste.
Bob Marsh, Peter Gasson, Unknown, John Marsh, Reg Skeats, John Carmen, Unknown, Edie Bird, John Taylor, ? Atkinson, Eric Mountain, ? Langridge, Unknown, Bill Stubbs, Bert Spree.
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The poster promoting the concert at St Wilfred’s School can be seen attached to picture #1252.
Click on Open Document to view a newspaper cutting of the concert and three posters of other band concerts from 1970.

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Picture added on 16 September 2014 at 09:47
This picture is in the following groups
Handcross Band and Handcross Orchestra
Janet White is incorrectly named and is actually Janet Young.

(Sorry again! The text above has been corrected. Barry
Added by Janet Young on 30 July 2015
The lady seated in the front is Edith Stobbart (née Whalley).
Added by Delia Hodder on 30 October 2017
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