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RRANSTON

RRANSTON

The Death occurred suddenly I of Mrs. F North, wife ot Mr. G. North, of The Rock. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. P. Tetley, and the mourners were the widower, Mrs. Ploughman (daughter). Mr. R North (son). Mr. and Mrs. H. North (son and daughter-in-law). Barbara an
April 10, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BITCHFIELD

BITCHFIELD

Church Officers.—At the annual vestry and parochial church meetings Mr. G. E. Parkinson was re-elected Vicars warden and Mr. B. Osborne as peoples warden. Mrs Parkinson and Mrs. Wakerley were appointed rundecanal 'conference representatives. The accounts showed satisfactory cred
April 10, 1952 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Eves & Co.

Eves & Co.

Preliminary MOW EVES • CO. beg to announce that in conjunction with MESSRS. JOHN D. WOOD & CO.. of London they have been instructed to offer THE ENCIO.4TING VILLAGE HOUSE NOUSE" COWDEN, KENT for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION on the 13th JUNE. 1952 /unless bold privately meanwhile). Ill
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
ANNUAL MEETING

ANNUAL MEETING

At the annual meeting of the branch it was reported that Tonbridge had a membership of 680. the largest in the county "We must make every effort to increase this I figure because at least one other branch threatens our record. - said Major J. K. Warner. Councillor D. G Le May al
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
004111.014 OFFIN

004111.014 OFFIN

OFFIN To::RIDGE British Legion go into liquidation. All assets will be kept at British Legion London headquarters until the dub fads it can start afresh. "This is a generous offer by Capt. Kirby tc try to keep Tonbridge British Legion alive and we have nothing to lose by acceptin
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
Tonbridge School

Tonbridge School

scholarship successes Six pupils of Tonhridge School have gained university scholarship , to Oxford or Cambridge this year Although this figure is two than last year. it is still above the I average. Usually , the number of boys to win places at either of the universities does n
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
, * Ai itndSciaida FOUNDED 1572 FRID4Y. APRIL 11. 1952

, * Ai itndSciaida FOUNDED 1572 FRID4Y. APRIL 11. 1952

April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
SEVEN TORIES RETIRE

SEVEN TORIES RETIRE

Of the eight councillors who" retire this year, seven are Conservatives. The one exception. Labour's Mr. Frederick Robinson. will again contest his seat in East Ward. It is for a candidate to fight Mr. Robinson that the Consorvg Uses are still looking So far Labour has chosen Mr
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
DEFENCE WILTED AND

DEFENCE WILTED AND

COLLAPSED Pettering's four goals in ten minutes KETTERING 4 : TONBRIDGE 0 rBRIDGE suffered defeat at Kettering on S aturda y because Ilk and rush tactics smashed their defence to ribbons in a ten-nsinute spell after the interval. The margin Battered the Poppies. There was little
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
CARAVANS AND SITES

CARAVANS AND SITES

SAL[. Ambassador de Luxe. ,n perfect order. on attractive s.n. near 'Tunbridge Wells; fulls for 4: mains water and tnr tv —Box " T.W S. Courier. Tun. We:ls. T.C. VOLE CARAVAN with a reserved site by the with own beach on South Comet—Pull details from Redskin Caravan Co. Ltd 'Dep
April 11, 1952 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England