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Charabanc outside the Black Swan, Pease Pottage
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Charabanc outside the Black Swan, Pease Pottage

It is not a nice day and the charabanc standing outside the Black Swan has its hood up whilst waiting for the local party of mostly children from the Pease Pottage area. Shirley Elmokadem has kindly supplied this photograph and she can identify three of the boys; all siblings from the Cook family. They are easily identifiable as they are all wearing white shoes from Woolworths costing 6d a pair. Shirley’s father, Jack Cook, is the 2nd boy from the left, Edward (Ted) is 3rd from the left, and George is 6th from the right.
Please, can anybody put any more names to the faces?

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Picture added on 13 August 2012 at 15:10
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