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Carnival Queen 1939
Carnival Queen 1939 (20100137)
Carnival Queen 1939. The Carnival Queen is being crowned by Mrs Croggon. The attendants are (left) Phyllis Scholar, who later became a teacher and taught at Gorran School, and (right) Jean Juleff. (Hicks)
Grampound School c1930s
Grampound School c1930s (20100119)
Pupils at Grampound School c 1930s; this is a better version of 0076. The girl in the centre of the front row is Vera Bragg, later Mrs Webb. (Hicks)
Girl Guides c 1933
Girl Guides c 1933 (20100061)
Girl Guides c1933. On the right is the Guide Leader, Mrs Stewart; she was the wife of Dr Stewart. Dr and Mrs Stewart had Tremethick built, previous village Doctors having lived at Bonython House. (Hicks)
Dr Stewart
Dr Stewart (20091032)
Dr Stewart was the long-time GP in Grampound and lived at Tremethick. He was also Chair of the Parish Council. If you know any more details about Dr Stewart, please contact us with your information. (Parish Council)
Shop Opposite Town Hall - Polman
Shop Opposite Town Hall - Polman (20091009)
Grocers Shop opposite the Town Hall that was closed and converted to a house in the 1930s - now named 'Polman'. Trenance House next door was then covered with creepers (Paynter)
Grampound floral dance
Grampound floral dance (20090089)
The Floral Dance in the 1930s. The Grampound Town Band is being followed by schoolchildren. The band ceased to exist c 1939. (Hicks)
Mrs Bulley's shop 1934
Mrs Bulley's shop 1934 (20090079)
Shop of E M Bulley in Fore Street, close to the school, in 1934. The shop was later owned by Mrs Woodman and closed in the 1960s. (see also 20090078) (Hicks)
Mrs Bulley's shop 1934
Mrs Bulley's shop 1934 (20090078)
Shop of E M Bulley in Fore Street, close to the school, in 1934. Mrs Bulley ran the shop; she was later re-married â€" to Fred Strongman. A girl called Mary Hoskins worked in the shop; she later married George Juleff, one of the six children of Eva Juleff (nee Mannell) who lived at Trengoffe on Old Hill between the wars. (see also 20090079) (Hicks)
School photo 1930s
School photo 1930s (20090076)
Pupils at Grampound School c1930s. The girl in the centre of the front row was Vera Bragg, later Mrs Webb. (Hicks)
Trenance house and general store
Trenance house and general store (20090052)
Trenance House and the General Store prior to the conversion of the shop into a house in 1936. Trenance House was then the home of the Methodist Minister. The General Store was also the dropping-off and collection point for parcels brought by bus. The bus stop was immediately outside the shop and bus and rail timetables were displayed on the end-wall of the building. (Hicks)
Winning relay team 1933
Winning relay team 1933 (20090050)
Winning Relay Team 1933. Standing at the back (from the left) are Audrey Mannell, Lilly Wyatt, Betty Pascoe. Kneeling in the centre are (from left) Kathleen Goodman, Helene Goodman. Seated at the front with the trophy is Barbara Allen (now Tregunna). (Tregunna)
Grampound scouts
Grampound scouts (20090049)
Grampound Boy Scouts c1930. Back row (standing) (from left) Percy Rowlands (perhaps), Eric Bennett (scout leader), Eric Buckingham. Front row (seated) (from left) not known, Harold Tregunna, Ronnie Short. (Tregunna)
Grampound girl guides 1933
Grampound girl guides 1933 (20090043)
Grampound Girl Guides in c1933. At the rear are (from left) Mamie Philp (holding flag), Susan Tregunna, Eleanor Mannell, Pamela McFarlane. In the front are Joyce Jones, Lilly Wyatt, Barbara Allen, Kathleen Mannell. The Guide Leader (right) is Mrs Stewart wife of Dr Stewart. Dr and Mrs Stewart had Tremethick built, previous village Doctors having lived at Bonython House. (Tregunna)
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