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PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE BAIPIP ARCHIVES

METHODIST CHURCH

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 76

July 1999

Garden Party

Janet, David, Richard and Jonathan Baxendale with Cheryl Scott.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 77

July 1999

Garden Party

Left to right: Christopher McQueen, Joshua and Sam Stone and Gary Abbot.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 78

July 1999

Garden Party

Lewis Richardson.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 79

July 1999

Garden Party

Betty Richardson with her parents Tony and Joan Evans (nee Thorpe)

 

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 80

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather. Jim and Joan Austin on the raffle stall

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 81

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Betty Richardson (nee Evans) having a tea break with her grandson Lewis Richardson.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 82

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Hilary Draper and Charlie Hall.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 83

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Back row left to right: Ethel Smith, Elsie Brazier, Joe Brazier and Margaret Watson. Front row l to r: Phyllis Hollings and Margaret Mitchell serve Dave Corney.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 84

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Eva Draper enjoying a tea break with her son John.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 85

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Taking a break from their raffle stall are Jim and Joan Austin with their daughter Sarah and her husband and daughter Michael and Abigail.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 86

July 2000

Garden Party  

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.Taking a break from left to right sat are Joan Evans with her husband Tony and their grand daughter in law Christina Richardson (nee Clarke).

 

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 87

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Taking a break from left to right are Edith Sheard, Margaret Mitchell, Ethel Smith, Eva Draper and Audrey Elliot.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 88

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Helping themselves to a cake are on the left Elizabeth Ploughman and Beryl Brier.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 89

July 2000

Garden Party

The event was held indoors due to poor weather.

Guessing how many sweets are in the bag are John Draper with his wife Hilary.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 90

January 2001

Boys Brigade

Andrew and Edward Hambleton receive their Queens Badge award from Mr Mike Dixon.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 91

January 2001

Boys Brigade

Left to right Edwin Hambleton (Brigade leader), Andrew Hambleton, Leslie Newton (Minister), Edward Hambleton and Mike Dixon after Andrew and Edward received their Queens Badge award.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 92   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa 1964/5

Sunday School children

1-Linda Spaxman, 2-David Lomas, 3-Stephen Dodd, 4-Ian Brazier, 5-Arthur Bennet, 6-Gary Hotchins, 7-Paul Scott, 8-Karen Elvidge, 9-Terence Guy, 10-Doreen Guy, 11-Pat Miller, 12-Christine Lomas, 13-Angela Bray, 14-Linda Higgs, 15-Linda Ennis, 16-Sandra Wenham, 17-Robert Bennet, 18-Lorraine Bennet, 19-Lynn Ryalls?, 20-Mark Ryalls, 21-Ken Sheard, 22-Carol Middleton, 23-Sheila Haigh, 24-Sheridan Peacock, 25-Susan Hall, 26-David Hall, 27-Sarah Austin and I think 28-Lesley and 29-Deborah are sisters surname Atkinson who used to live on Brierley Common

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 93

1971

Opening of the new Church Hall

Part of the march from St Paulís Church to the Methodist Church to celebrate the opening of the new Church Hall. Far left is Ida Scott. The four chaps in suits are left to right: Billy Baxendale, John Perry Walter Miles and turning sideways is Frank Haigh. The young girl in uniform is Dawn Parr.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 94

October 2000

Presentation by Edwin Hambleton to Elizabeth Deighton

Elizabeth Deighton had just been presented with a certificate from the Reverend Inderjit Bhogal, President of the Methodist conference in recognition of her 50 years service as a local preacher. This photograph shows Edwin Hambleton a local preacher himself and ex headmaster of Brierley St Paulís School, also presenting Elizabeth with a framed photograph. Pam Fewster presented her with a bouquet of flowers. Both gifts were on behalf of her friends at Brierley Methodist church. The event took place at Staincross Methodist Church.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 95   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa 1963

Sunday School probably Whit Sunday

Known faces: 5-Gillian Firth, 7-Jean Rowley, 8-Ged Firth, 9-John Draper, 12-Mick Vodden, 13-David Baxendale, 14-Glenys Hardwick, 15-Roy Sykes, 17-Kathleen Bird, 18-Doreen Britton, 20-Gladys Spaxman, 21-Jean Horsfall, 22-Denise Spaxman, 23-Ella Deighton,  24-Sherry Peacock, 25-Ann Vodden,  27-Gary Firth, 28-Tony Horsefall,  32-Maureen Hardwick, 38-Ian Brazier, 41-Peter Dean, 42-Denise  Guy, 43-Val Nash, 44-Doreen Guy, 45-Christine Lomas?, 46-David Keith jnr, 47-Sheila Haigh, 48-Linda Spaxman, 49-Nigel Vodden?, 50-Christopher Foster, 51-Stephen Foster and 52-David Elvidge. 

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 96   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Saturday 28th April 1978

Crowning of the Girls Brigade Queen

Back row left to right: Cheryl McGrath, Pauline Shaw, Cheryl Shaw, Jacqueline Shaw, Jane Sissons (retiring Queen), Michelle Fearns (new Queen). The three smaller girls at the front of the dray looking from left to right are Fay Arnold, Julie Crossland (with cushion) and Sian Johnson. The three girls in uniform from the left are Kerry Mc Kernon, Janet Vamplew and Linda Vamplew. The Brigade leader Ella Deighton is bottom left. This was the 22nd year of the First Brierley G.B. Company

Michelle Dodds (nee Fearns), Lesley Cormack (nee Baker) and Alex Vodden jnr have supplied the information for this photograph.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 97 This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa1976-78.

Start of the Jubilee Christian Festival week at the Methodist Church.

The 5 people at the back on the left are students from Cliffe College, 1-Linda Vamplew, 2-Cheryl McGrath, 3-Pauline Shaw, 4-Cheryl Shaw, 5- Lesley Baker, 6-Alison Ball, 7-Jane Sissons, 8 -Janet Vamplew and 9-Billy Baxendale

Information supplied by Lesley Cormack (nee Baker) (New Zealand) and Cheryl Evans (nee McGrath)

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 98

Circa late 1960s

Girls Brigade Queen

Jean Rowley crowns Dawn Parr queen, while Linda Gibson bottom left, Susan Brown bottom right, Sandra Edwards top left and Girls Brigade leader for many years Ella Deighton look on. I think the girl top right may be Sharon Cross.

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 99  This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa 1936

Methodist Church Hospital Sing Burtons Croft

Top row l to r: ?, Arthur Draper, John Perry, ?, ?, Eddie Thorpe, ?, ? , ?, Frank Haigh, Walter Miles and John Butterworth. 2nd row l to r: John William Steele (John Steeleís Granddad), ?, ?, ?, ?, Mrs Maurice White, Mrs Miles, ?, Elizabeth Deighton, Mrs Frank Perry, ?

3rd row 4th boy from the left is possibly Walter Deighton and the lady fourth from the right is Eva Draper. The band was probably the Salvation Army band.

Information provided by John Steele and John Draper

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 100 This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Whitsuntide, year unknown

Sunday school

Tony Spaxman is the 5th person from the left, middle row (shirt collar out). Immediately behind him, tall girl, is Rosy Pickering. Front row from right to left - 1st girl is Margaret Dean. Next small boy in pullover is Robert Kenyon, next to Linda Spaxman with her sister Denise behind her and Jean Horsefall is behind Denise. Three faces on is Christine Kenyon.

Information provided by Denise Stone (nee Spaxman)

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