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Victoria Park sports day
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Victoria Park sports day

Left to right:
Mrs MacKay (teacher), James Watson, Granny Campbell, Margaret Bain, Nancy Roehling, Miss Dunnett, Beryl Bain
Caroline and Jack Bain
Jean MacPhee, Madge Shepherd, and Mrs MacPhee.
Picture added on 01 April 2008
The wooden building was Beryl and Miss Dunnet's home - it must have been knocked down in the early 80s I think.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 01 April 2008
Wow! That is a blast from the past! Hope you have more Caroline.
Added by Dorothy Ewen ( Robertson) on 02 April 2008
The Lady talking to James is Granny Campbell - not Mrs Lidgertwood.
Added by Iris Winton on 03 April 2008
So sorry about the mistake with Mrs Cambell. I remember her with Alison so much when I was growing up. Hope everyone enjoys the photos. Caroline Fair née Bain.
Added by Caroline Fair on 03 April 2008
I think the date is more like 1963, not to good with dates.

[Thanks, the date and Granny Campbell now changed. Editor]

Added by Caroline Fair on 03 April 2008
I asked Alison Watson about the wooden building. She says that it used to be Mrs Kelly's Fish and Chip restaurant, and that she had it beautifully laid out.
Added by Garve on 09 April 2008
The woman standing behind Beryl is Madge Shepherd and woman with pram is Ann Macfee
Added by Sue florence on 08 January 2011
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