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1st Ash Vale Scout Group Gang Shows

Gang Show

 

The 1945 Gang Show was performed to the troops at Keogh Barracks and at the Victoria Hall.

Front row: Unknown, Peter Wilding, Peter Briggs, Eddie Edwards, Norman Payne, Derek Randall, Ted Gray, Charlie Beardall, John Prescott, Brian Davis, Bob Sawyer, Gerald Ralph, Brian Lewis.
Middle row: Pat Rogers, Ken Prentice, Norman Bourne, unknown, Fred Lucy, John Bass, Fred Hunt, Rev (Skipper) Aubin, Reg Tribble, Bob Noakes, John Mew, Phil Noakes.
Back row: Unknown, Henry Duffin, Graham Blunt, Keith Ralph, Gerald Odham, Peter Hardy, Ray Sharp, Alfred Coles, Brian Bowden, Stan Vickers, Brian Armon, Spencer Chattaway, Mick Lanham, Brian or Eric Lewis, Colin Prescott, Harold Tomkins.

Gang Show

 

The 1950 Gang Show was produced by Dennis Hill and was performed 17-18 February at the Victoria Hall.

John Odam solo old Rovers, with Mick Colwill, Graham Blunt, Phil Noakes, Eddie Edwards, Bob Noakes and Bill Gates behind.

There are other photos in the History Room, including Opening chorus, Ten little wolf cubs, The Colonel takes a bath, Song Time, Our Hula-Hula girls on Cannibal Island, Dennis Hill "The man from the Prudential", Rovers in Drake is going west, Rovers "Songtime", Speakers Corner and Indian dreams, Grand Finale.

Gang Show

 

The 1951 Gang Show was produced by Dennis Hill and was performed at the Victoria Hall.

There a number of other photos of this gang show in the History Room.

Gang Show

 

The May 1957 Gang Show was produced by Mick Colwill and was performed at the Victoria Hall.

There a number of other photos of this gang show in the History Room.

Gang Show

 

The 1959 Gang Show was produced by Mick Colwill and was performed at the Victoria Hall.

In this picture are Terry Hawes (rear right) and John Armes (front right) and others.

There a number of other photos of this gang show in the History Room.

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