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Coach outing early 1940s

Arthur Peters has provided 'another mystery photo which is possibly a coach outing as the coach driver has a cap on. Mr Chapman (the Sunday school teacher) is 3rd from the right at the back and I have a recollection that the little girl in the black blazer in the centre is his daughter. My sister Marion Peters is just behind the two girls standing on the right and Nancy Peters is just behind and in front of the coach driver.
Outdoor sepia photo, around 30 children and 10 adults, the girls in summer dresses

Pauline Stanhope nee Young (May/June 2012): my brother and sister are in this photo. My sister Brenda Young is the girl standing in the second row on the right. My brother Reg Young is on the front row, far left, kneeling. Brenda thinks that the girl standing next to her is Maureen Turner. Brenda confirms that it was the Sunday School Outing of the Boatmens Mission. She went on a few and thinks that it was probably to Ruislip Lido or Burnham Beeches.

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Published January 2011; last updated June 2012