Clubhouse

Some notes about the photograph

  • The club house was acquired by Mr Newbury and erected by the members close to the bungalow.
  • The bungalow was first occupied in 1969 by Ron Crockford, his family, and Alsation dog.
  • The ball racks for the first tee are in front of the clubhouse.
  • This photograph is the one that was used in the centenary brochure but when the brochure was printed it showed the bungalow at the left hand end of the clubhouse.
  • The photograph was provided by Peter Reeves.

Opening of the New Clubhouse28 November 1975

Back row – Left to Right: John Harris, Tony Pogson, John Wright, Bob Linnell, Alan Haigh, Bernard Hunt, Bob Harvey, Fred Hartwell, John Heathcote,
Peter Reeves, Harry Lewis
Front row – Left to Right: Philip Payton, George Smith, Frank Lindley, George Davis, Iris Heathcote, Michael Dunne

Back row – Left to Right: John Harris, Tony Pogson, John Wright, Bob Linnell, Alan Haigh, Bernard Hunt, Bob Harvey, Fred Hartwell, John Heathcote,
Peter Reeves, Harry Lewis
Front row – Left to Right: Philip Payton, George Smith, Frank Lindley, George Davis, Iris Heathcote, Michael Dunne

Left to Right: Alan Haigh, Michael Dunne, George Davis, Bernard Hunt, George Smith, [who?]
The plaque is where it is today in the main Clubhouse but then it was at the top of a flight of stairs which no longer exist.

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