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PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE BAIPIP ARCHIVES

SOCIAL

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Photograph number: Social 151

December 2000

Grange House Christmas Party

On this occasion, Grimethorpe & District Brass Band played for the residents. Mrs Bowering checking her raffle tickets

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Photograph number: Social 152

1992

Brierley Ex Servicemenís club

Andy (Norman) Bates and Tommy Halliday on the right

Photograph taken from a video

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Photograph number: Social 153

1992

Brierley Ex Servicemenís club

Maurice Thorpe who lived on Hodroyd Cottages with his brother Les.

Photograph taken from a video

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Photograph number: Social 154

1999

Brierley Social club

Jason Fraser with his girlfriend Natalie Birks who is sat next to her Dad Les Birks and her mother Brenda (Raving Granny) Howell

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Photograph number: Social 155

3 July 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Left to right: Mick Hurd with the pushchair, Jeff Ennis MP, Pat Doyle Town council Mayor, Terry Haynes and Ian Walker from the St John Ambulance

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Photograph number: Social 156

3 July 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Back row left to right: Councillors Arthur Whittaker, Chris Sykes, Alex Vodden and Jeff Ennis MP.

Front row l to r: Town council Mayor Pat Doyle and Town Mayor and Mayoress Mr and Mrs Harold Lavender

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Photograph number: Social 157

30 May 2002

Brierley Social club

Mick Crawford and his partner Janet Howell who were the club Managers at this time. Baipip provided the photographs on the wall at the request of Sam Smiths brewery

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Photograph number: Social 158

Circa early1980s

Brierley Ex servicemenís club old folks treat

The tables are all set for the old folks Christmas treat

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Photograph number: Social 159

July 3rd 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Jeff Ennis MP and Brierley Town council Mayor Pat Doyle visit the Brierley and its people in photographs tent

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Photograph number: Social 160

3 July 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Ashley Pease and Kane Clarke visit the Brierley and its people in photographs tent to enter the guess the unusual photographs competition

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Photograph number: Social 161   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

June1999

Brierley and its people in photographs exhibition

Brothers left to right Raymond, Gordon and John Steele visit the Baipip exhibition that was held at the Primary school. John and Gordon write their memories of living in Brierley for this web site

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Photograph number: Social 162

October 1998

First ever Brierley and its people in photographs exhibition Three Horse Shoes

Sat at the back through the bars are left to right: Mary Niven (nee Knight) with her brother Phillip and dad Martin. The lady at the front of the photograph on the left is Sylvia Hawkins (nee Wilce). The lady on the right looking at the camera is Mrs Wilkinson and her daughter Linda is the lady in the middle facing the camera with the blonde hair

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Photograph number: Social 163

October 1998

First ever Brierley and its people in photographs exhibition Three Horse Shoes

Bottom left to right are brothers Gordon, John and Raymond Steele

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Photograph number: Social 164

October 1998

First ever Brierley and its people in photographs exhibition Three Horse Shoes

Left to right: Joe and Hannah Tinsley and Raymond Oates

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Photograph number: Social 165

3 July 1999  

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Barnsley Mayor and Mayoress Councillor and Mrs Lavender visit the Brierley and its people in photographs tent

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Photograph number: Social 166

3 July 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Committee members from the Hillside Tara raising funds at their bring and buy stall. At the back are Ann and Stuart Hatton. Bottom left to right: Audrey Marsh, Val Sheard and Hazel Devonport

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Photograph number: Social 167

3 July 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Master of ceremonies councillor Alex Vodden

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Photograph number: Social 168

November 2001

Hillside children trip to Oakwell

For excellent behaviour by the children on a recent 10-week football-training course, members of the Hillside Tara management committee and parents treated them to a trip to Oakwell to watch Barnsley FC. Left to right: Elena Woodward, Kyle Clarke, Callum Barker, Spencer Clarke, Kane Clarke, Ashley Pease, Pat Goddard, Jamie McGrath, Val Sheard, Jordan Sheard, Mr David McGrath (in front is Adrian Flavell and in front Joe Hurd), Vicky Becket, Emma Galloway (in front is Billy Flavell in front is Christopher Barker), Tracy Galloway Tony Helen Flavell, Jaymie and Brendan King

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Photograph number: Social 169

3 July 1999

Brierley Grimethorpe Fun day welfare park Grimethorpe

Members of the Hillside Tara management committee hold a stall to raise funds. The lady sat down in between the children is Betty Ogley. Stuart Hatton is the chap at the back and Audrey Marsh is the lady sat down facing the camera

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Photograph number: Social 170

Circa 1960s

Scarborough

On the left is Joyce Pickering and on the right is Mary Graham (nee Bagnall) on convelesance

Photograph provided by Tracy Bonner with information from Susan Curtis (nee Graham) and Margaret and David Hardwick

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Photograph number: Social 171

Circa 1951/52

Cayton Bay

Dorothy (nee Graham) and Joe Lodge enjoying a caravanning holiday at Cayton Bay.

Photograph provided by Tracy Bonner with information from Susan Curtis (nee Graham) and Margaret and David Hardwick

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Photograph number: Social 172

2000

Brierley Social Club

Bar staff Linda Winstanley

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Photograph number: Social 173

1999

Brierley Social Club

Albert Taylor

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Photograph number: Social 174

1999

Brierley Social Club

Kev Elvidge

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Photograph number: Social 175

1999

Brierley Social Club

Lynn Jones

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