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Shop004.pdf
Dwelling house with sign board proclaiming G.Self Plumber & Decorator
Paperhanger Glazier
Pumps fixed & repaired

GB-REE-1610231324.pdf
Family trees pertaining to the Timbers family of Reepham and Salle

GB-REE-1610221352.pdf
Descendants of William Gascoins who lived in Great Witchingham circa 1721-1765

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Programme for a Band Contest at Reepham House held on 5 October 1946.
Note that Gordon Frankland is the Secretary (of the Reepham Recreation Ground Memorial Fund) and S. P. Eglington the Compere.
E. T. Ruffles is conducting Fakenham Town Band &…

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The Fifth Annual Cawston Brass Band Contest

Reepham Band of Hope, a band of 18 players or less, competed in all three sections i.e. March, Hymn and Selection. The band's conductor was F. W. Wallwork.
The contest began with the March Section, all…

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A second photograph of the poster advertising the Whitsuntide concerts given by Reepham Band at Wellington PIer Gardens. George Harrison & Bernard Barsted on the right.

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Newspaper cutting describing the concert given in August 1945 by Reepham Junior Band, in the presence of Queen Mary.

Newspaper cutting with brief history of Aylsham Silver Band on its 60th anniversary in 1988

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E. T. Ruffles with Aylsham Fellowship Band, prize-winners at a Cambridge festival.

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The St John Ambulance Band, led by E. T. Ruffles, on parade through Sheringham.(includes Utting & Garfield, Reepham Band members)

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Fakenham Band - identified by the distinctive jackets

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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…

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E. T. Ruffles conducting a group of at least three bands with a young audience in the top RH corner (possibly part of a final concert at an EABBA Band Festival)

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A group of at least three bands playing at what was possibly part of a final concert at an EABBA Band Festival

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E. T. Ruffles leading massed group of bandsmen. Several bands represented at the opening rally of an EABBA festival in Yarmouth. (Film advertised is Mutiny on the Bounty with Charles Laughton & Clark Gable, first released in Europe in 1936)

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E. T. Ruffles with members of Reepham Band in Chapelfield Gardens, Norwich

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