Clitheroe Old People's Club 1964

Sing-song 1964

By Watford Observer

The group entertain at Clitheroe Old People's Club
© Watford Observer

Bob Kempster, piano; David Lamport, guitar; Rodney Slade, drums; and compere David Bainsfair (not all pictured) regularly entertained at social evenings at the club.

Mabel Smith, standing behind the piano, was last known to be living in Hove in the early 1990s. 

 If you know or remember any of the other folk pictured, please write your reminiscences below.

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  • I am fairly certain that the man standing behind the piano, next to the man beside the mirror, is my grandfather, Robert Hills, who moved from Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the early 1960s, joined the Clitheroe Club and eventually married Edith Cole, the warden, who lived in the house in Clitheroe Gardens opposite the club.  My mother, Rhoda Fawkes, used to play the piano sometimes at the various club functions and often helped out at the jumble sales.  My parents and I lived in st Georges drive from 1948 until 1974.

    By Kathleen Bennett (Nee Fawkes) (12/01/2015)