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Family details about Sidney Parker Eglington and his working partnership with his grandfather Robert Parker Gooch.

GB-REE-1905081115 a, Reepham Band at Kettering 1945.jpg
St. Edward's Band, Kettering presented their First Annual Solo Contest and Concert on 15 December 1945, with guest band Reepham Juniors, Bandmaster S.S. Frankland and Conductor E.T.Ruffles.

GB-REE-1905081047 Band Festival 1962.jpg
Eastern Evening News report dated 24 April 1962 "Reepham scored the highest marks in the class C contest".

The contest lasted 6 hours at St. Andrew's Hall before the concert in the evening.

GB-REE-1905071316 a 1935-36  Band Memorandum.jpg
Handwritten agreement dated 31 May 1935 between the members of the Reepham Town Temperance Band that they become a uniform committee for the purpose of entering into a Purchase Agreement with Messrs. Boosey and Hawkes.

GB-REE-1905071255 a 1935 Band Agreement.jpg
Typed agreement dated 20 June 1935 between the Bandsmen and the Committee of the same Band, that each Bandsman undertakes to purchase a complete set of Uniform from Messrs. Boosey & Hawkes to the value of £4.12.0d.

Back Row L to R : ?, ?, ?, Reggie Seals?, Gordon Frankland, E. T. Ruffles, ?, Bernard Wright, Brian Howes Front Row L to R :Nancy Woods, Norma Hubbard, Hazel Freestone,Pamela Reeder, Brian Wright, Leslie Moy, Stella Riseborough, Daphne Barrow (Some…

Group photograph outside the Band Hall including E. T. Ruffles, Gordon Frankland

Front Row L to R :
Nancy Woods, Norma Hubbard,
Hazel Freestone, Pamela Reeder,
Brian Wright, Leslie Moy, Stella Riseborough, Diane Barrow

Back Row L to R :
?, ?, ?, Reggie Seals, Gordon Frankland,
E. T. Ruffles, ?, Bernard Wright, Brian…

Two group photographs of the band in the early uniform. The bass drum still includes the word 'Temperance'. Although not identified the second group contains many of the same faces. GB/REE/1608211244 -a Outside the Band Hall Back Row : George…

21 June 1930 Reepham B. O. H. Band This was iniitially a temperance band.Back Row L to R :Jack Alford, Gordon Frankland, Victor Bishop, Fred Edgemore, Billy Alford, Sidney Frost, Archie Guyton, Sidney Hardiment,Ted Hardiment, Arthur HardimentFront…

Programme of items performed by Reepham Band at the Theatre Royal, Norwich in 1944; including solos by Pamela Barsted & Harry Moore; with songs by Robert Brown & piano selections by Mrs R S Smith. Compered by Gordon Frankland.

Concert in the Band Hall, Reepham, to celebrate the Junior Band's first radio broadcast on 30 October

Programme of a concert given in the Band Hall in the presence of Queen Mary. Ten items were played by Reepham Junior Band conducted by E T Ruffles; and two pieces by the Primary Band conducted by G Frankland; with a cornet solo by Pamela Barsted & a…

Notes of band members appearing in a series of 21 photographs in the Reepham Society Collection.

The names are given as the tags for this item.

Sitting at the back
Ladies Committee Members L to R :-
Mrs Cocking, Mrs Voutts, Mrs Ruffles,
Mrs Ransome, Mrs Connie Smith
Mrs Frankland

Photograph of junior players in Reepham Band taken in 1940 behind The Dial House with Pamela Barsted, the first female player, sitting between Gordon Frankland and Tommy Ruffles.

Band members are wearing the early uniform with self-coloured cording embroidered on the front & toggle fastenings.

Standing :-
unnamed, Jack Ling , Horace Collison
Seated :-
Gordon Frankland, William Burton, Cyril Lowe,
Bob Smith, Ernest Tuddenham

Stanley Watson, ? Horn (possibly F. Hurn) & a young Gordon Frankland with horse & cart in Gibbs' yard
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