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METHODIST CHURCH

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 101   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Date unknown

Crowning of the Girls Brigade Queen

The girl standing is Kim Whitehead, girl sitting on the left is Marie Gaskill (Queen) and the girl with the posy is Kerry McKernan. At the back are Councillor and Mrs Newsome

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 102

Date unknown

Crowning of the Girls Brigade Queen

Councillor and Mrs Newsome crown the Girls Brigade Queen Marie Gaskill

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 103

Circa 1950s

Childrenís Operetta

Top row left to right: ?, Dorothy Earl, Doreen Whiteman, ?, Velrene Dyson and Edwin Hambleton. Middle row l to r:  Sylvia W?, Jean Rolfe, Shirley Jackson, Ann Makinson, Mary Draper, Wendy Glew, Enid Guest, Jean Rowley, Brenda Earl, Phyllis Vest, Dorothy Horsefall and Julie Bell. Six girls kneeling l to r: Rose Roberts, ?, Susan Robinson, Margaret Draper, Rose Pickering and Jean Draper. Bottom row l to r: Tony Hince, Shirley Deighton, Carol Hince, Angela Deighton, Maureen Earl, Jean Horsefall and Colin Earl.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 104

Possibly 1980s

Girls Brigade Queen

Left to right: Reverend Gordon Unsworth, Leader Ella Deighton, Alison Ball, Sian Johnson, Cheryl Shaw, Julie Beckett, Jane Beckett, Queen Pauline Shaw, Elizabeth and Edwin Hambleton and the little girl at the front is unknown.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 105

Possibly 1950s

Event unknown

Back left to right: Maureen Earl, Janet Baxendale, Christine Kenyon, Kathleen Bird, Winnie Rowley and Colin Earl. Front l to r: Ann Vodden ? and Robert Kenyon.

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Photograph number:  Methodist Church 106

Circa 1980/81

40th Old peoples treat

Back left to right: Harold Goulding, ?, Alex Vodden and Winifred Goulding. 2nd row down l to r: Dorothy Lodge, June Hockey, ?, Mrs Spaxman, ?, ?  and Hilary Cooke. 3rd row down l to r: Reverend Gordon Unsworth, Town Mayor Councillor and Mrs J Wake and Dorothy Booker. No one is known on the front row. Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 107

1999

Methodist Church Garden Party

The young chap on the left is unknown. Edwin Hambleton former headmaster at St Paul ís school is the other chap.

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Photograph number: Methodist Church 108

1997

Methodist Church

Left is Elizabeth Hambleton next to her sister in law Hilda Beale who was a teacher at St Paulís school. Bottom left is Josh Stone and Richard Gomersall

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 109

Circa 2000

Brierley Boys Brigade 1st Company Yorkshire County Battalion Champions

Back row left to right: Robert Greenwell, David Baxendale, Paul Fry, ?, Edward and Andrew Hambleton, Tom Cherryholme, Robert Hartley, David Parkinson, Elizabeth and Edwin Hambleton and the Reverend Leslie Newton. Middle row l to r: Ben Bilics, ?, ?, ?, Richard Gomersall, ? and David Findlay. Bottom l to r: Billy Middleton, ? and Luke Molics

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 110

Circa 2000

Brierley Boys Brigade 1st Company Yorkshire County Battalion Champions

Back row left to right: Edwin Hambleton, Paul Fry, Andrew Hambleton, ?, Ben Bilics, Tom Cherryholme, ?, David Baxendale, Edward Hambleton and Mike Dixon. Bottom row l to r: Luke Molics, Richard Gomersall, ?, ? and David Findlay

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 111

Circa 1949

Chapel Queen

The Queen is Avril Wroe and to her right is Dorothy Cooper. Middle row left to right is Angela Wilson and Brenda Earl. Bottom left to right: Susan Robinson, ?, and Julia Bell

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting and provided by Brenda Jones (nee Earl) who also provided the information

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 112

Circa 2000

Methodist Church School holidays

Known faces: 1-Ernest Broome, 2-Joan Gomersall, 3-Ida Scott, 4-Elizabeth Baxendale, 5-Brian Ryalls, 6-Andrew Hambleton, 7-Ray Fewster, 8-Edward Hambleton, 9- Edwin Hambleton, 10-Elizabeth Hambleton, 11-Elsie Brazier, 12-Rachel Marsden, 13-Reverend Lesley Newton, 14-Paula Hutley, 15-Margaret Watson, 16-Jean Rowley, 17-Richard Gomersall, 18-Erica Hutley, 19-Hannah Marsden, 20-Kathryn Marsden and 21-James Addy

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 113

26 July 2006

Holiday club Ė Baking bread

The three at the back are left to right: Elizabeth Hambleton (leader), Luke and Leah Glasby. Bottom row l to r: Nicola Hardwick, Edward Hambleton (leader), Jessica Hardwick, Alia Field, Connor Griffith, Laura Mansfield (leader) and Connor Brennan

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 115

Circa 2000

Holiday activities

Vicky Scott, Richard Gomersall, ? Lawton, ? Lawton, Erica Hutley

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 116

Circa 1999

Boys Brigade on their way to a camping weekend

No names

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 117

July 1999

Garden Party

Left is Lily Hobson and Hilda Barraclough (sisterís nee Crookes). Both these ladies were the founder members of the Spiritualist church in Brierley along with Lilyís husband Arthur

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 118

July 1999

Garden Party

Ian ? having his hair shaved for charity. The hairdresser is Brierley girl Michelle Foster (nee Sault) who at the time of this photograph owned the hairdressers on Church Street

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 119

July 1999

Garden Party

No names

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 120

October 2000

Presentation 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. The event took place at Staincross Methodist Church

 

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Photograph No: Methodist Church 121

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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