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YOUNG CHRONICLE with JtN COLLIE Chronicle May 6 1 994 MASCOT Simon Pierc CLUB NEWS WELL what an end to

YOUNG CHRONICLE with JtN COLLIE Chronicle May 6 1 994 MASCOT Simon Pierc CLUB NEWS WELL what an end to

pick of the bunch who will receive TAKE THAT cards and binders in the post very shortly: Lisa Robertson Higher Kinnerton Joel Barnes Deeside Selina Griffiths Elton Rachel Morell Mynydd Isa Jennifer Saveli Ellesmere Port Katy Morris Malpas Aaron Jones Ruthin
May 6, 1994 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
20 The Advertiser Msrch 8th 1990 RIVERSIDE TOURING AND LEISURE CENIRE SOUTHPORT NEW ROAD (A565) BANKS SOUTHPORT Tel: 28886 FRIDAY

20 The Advertiser Msrch 8th 1990 RIVERSIDE TOURING AND LEISURE CENIRE SOUTHPORT NEW ROAD (A565) BANKS SOUTHPORT Tel: 28886 FRIDAY

Wednesday 2nd Mqr LISA STANSFIELD Manchester Apollo £1495 9tfi May TORVILLE & DEAN Ntu £2500 Tuesday 29th May BILLY JOEL Arena £3500 BARNES TRAVEL 26 COUNTY ROAD LIVERPOOL OS1 521 CREOIT CARD HOTLINE - 051 523
March 8, 1990 - Ormskirk Advertiser - Ormskirk, Lancashire, England
 
-,4 – – – – – – – THE PAGES TO: A ARE TOPS FOR TELEVISION Banking on music man

-,4 – – – – – – – THE PAGES TO: A ARE TOPS FOR TELEVISION Banking on music man

Elaine Paige. Authors of the show, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, are there. Others who appear in the profile are Joel Grey, Clive Barnes and veteran Broadway director George Abbott,
June 23, 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
.4 GLOSSIFILM Division 3 West OAKFIELD 2 MONAD( H

.4 GLOSSIFILM Division 3 West OAKFIELD 2 MONAD( H

E Alexander. D. Steele. A . Steele. A Clifford. Gowon. Heaver. Gowlett Subs Wallis, Howell . TEC v Cabot. at Sol Joel): From Burns. Barnes. Lever, Marriot. Clark, C Wickens. Haines, Seward. Frewin, Niles. S Wickens. Towner, Stuart Ampex ( v Pansborrne
September 19, 1974 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Harrow Ladies 1 Swifts 2

Harrow Ladies 1 Swifts 2

bowlers' approaches, so spikes cannot be worn. The fielders might slip a bit! Teams are: Bade Joel s XI: Bertie Joel (Sparks), Walley Barnes (Arsenal F.C.), Don Bennett (Middlesex), Lord Lilford (chairman. North of England Sparks), Gerry Lillie (Middlesex)
February 22, 1974 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
SPORTING EXPRESS— 2 NEWMARKET Stewards: Sir Hanmer Earl of Feversham Lt-Tol A on— WRETHAM Apprentice Handicap £200 1m 10 9

SPORTING EXPRESS— 2 NEWMARKET Stewards: Sir Hanmer Earl of Feversham Lt-Tol A on— WRETHAM Apprentice Handicap £200 1m 10 9

Official time: 14314 3rv— BOTTISHAM added lm STAKES £400 MY SMOKEY 3-8-5 (Mrs D Robinson) D Smith PHLOX II 4-8-12 (Mr Joel) B Barnes 2 MARLY KNOWE 5-9-7 H E Smith 3 NEATH 6-8-6 W Markham 0 CLARIUS 5-8-6 Onions 0 RIOTTEUR 5-8-6 B SLY BIRD 4-7-9 0 GOLDEN
June 29, 1955 - Liverpool Evening Express - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
County Bowls

County Bowls

Unknown
June 9, 1951 - Louth Standard - Louth, Lincolnshire, England
 
BRITISH SCHERING REPRESENTATIVE

BRITISH SCHERING REPRESENTATIVE

Unknown
June 6, 1951 - Skegness Standard - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
TORIOLANUS' AT TOWN HALL it St. Dunstan's College Presentation

TORIOLANUS' AT TOWN HALL it St. Dunstan's College Presentation

B. J. Adams. assisted by: K. A. 1... Punnu 11. G. R. Ratherill. J. F. Grundy. J. C. Batchelor. 1.. F.. smith. D. C. Joel, J. C. Barnes. Lighting by Mr. V. Singleburst. :waisted by B. Barker and J. R. Cole. Settings executed by: R. P. Ingram, K. N. Wetten
December 23, 1949 - Sydenham, Forest Hill & Penge Gazette - London, London, England
 
DANCING TIME

DANCING TIME

Championship Vali 130 (unless trotthy. At the Grafton the Laneashtr• and Cheshire nine. and tostrot) Trophies were woo by Joel Barnes and Rama Heywood of Wa'lsar, withl P. Vernon and mine Platt *trend and Mr. andl Mrs. 0. Locke thud. Local Stars Talking
August 14, 1948 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England