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Tony and Susan Armstrong-Jones on Nymans pergola
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Tony and Susan Armstrong-Jones on Nymans pergola

I cannot identify the man in a boiler suit, but he has placed his trug basket on the ground and carried a young Tony Armstrong-Jones up the ladder which is leaning against the pergola in Nymans gardens. Lower down the ladder is Tony’s older sister, Susan, who would have been about five-years-old then.
The pergola was destroyed in the Great Storm of 1987, but was replaced by a similar construction in 1989.
Picture added on 19 November 2015 at 20:18
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I can identify the man in the boiler suit!
He is my Dad, Will Brown, from Farthing Corner, as it was known then, on Nymans Estate.
Added by Peter Brown on 08 August 2018
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