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Pageant from 1920s performed at vicarage (Alan Lee Swavesey collection)

The Vicarage, Swavesey

History of the Vicarage

Sunbeams and Snowflakes performed by Swavesey children in the early 1930s.(Alan Lee Swavesey collection) Back row from left, Mary Shepperson, Eric Parrish, Billy Prior, Charlie Wright, Doris Cole. Centre row, left to right: Joan Wilderspin, Mary Lee, Glennie Key, Margaret Wood, Joyce Lee, Joan Walker, Dudley Nightingale, Jean Wood, Lily Heiffer, Hilda Walker, Gladys Melbourn, Betty Colpin. Front row from left: Havery Wagstaff, May Kester, Joan Heffer, Lucy Mytham, Stella Froment, Gertrude Dalton, Eric Wood.

St Andrew’s Sunday School at vicarage c.1934. (Alan Lee Swavesey collection)

St Andrew’s Sunday School at vicarage c.1934. (Alan Lee Swavesey collection)

Bobby Mytham receiving his Leaping Wolf badge from the Rev H Franklin in 1957. There were 48 cubs and scouts in that year. (Alan Lee Swavesey collection)


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