The Slaugham Archives

1961

Aerial view of Handcross new bypass The northbound carriageway on the bypass appears to be in operation. There are few cars to be seen...
The Scouts log cabin at the Hyde, Handcross The 1st Slaugham Scout Troop built a log cabin in the field next to the one-time cricket/tennis pavi...
Handcross Players perform The Bride and Bachelor The Handcross Players performed The Bride and the Bachelor at the Parish Hall for two nights in Octo...
The Handcross Players and The Bride and Bachelor On Friday 27th and Saturday 28th October 1961 the Handcross Players production of The Bride and the ...
Have a Go comes to Handcross (1) On 19th December 1961 Wilfred Pickles and his team came to the Parish Hall, Handcross to challenge t...
Have a Go comes to Handcross (2) In a break from interviewing guests to appear on the show, Wilfred Pickles decides to “Have a Go...
Have a Go comes to Handcross (3) Many of those appearing in “Have a Go” gather around the interview table for a publicity photogr...
Have a Go comes to Handcross (4) With the stage rigged up with two overhead microphones, and three on the interview table, Wilfred is...
Radio Times with "Have a Go" Wilfred Pickles and his “Have a Go” team came to Handcross in 1961 and various pictures of the s...
Handcross lads in the Receation Ground Some of the Handcross lads have gathered in the Recreation Ground; some with transport and some with...
Mrs Agnes Dengate listens to Have A Go A few days before Christmas 1961, Wilfred Pickles and his team came to Sussex and invited Handcross ...
Handcross Women's Institute programme for 1961 The programme of events for the Handcross Women’s Institute for 1961 included the usual monthly sc...

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