Dennis Taylor opens elite club
BOLD Street Working Men’s Club features in Looking Back this week.
The picture (bottom l left), taken by Gareth Dawson in the 1970s, shows members being presented with trophies for winning the snooker and domino league at the Accrington and District Federation of W WMC’s prize night.
Federation secretary Billy Beetham presented the trophies, and a raffle raised £39 for federation funds and a convalesc cent home.
Ann Pollard was i installed as the new c chairman of Accrington Ladies Circle when the group met at the Spread Eagle Hotel in Barrow (left centre).
The picture shows (left to right) Margaret Cavannagh, Ann Pollard, former chairman Julia Nield and Lorna Slinger.
Ben Clarkson was joined by professional snooker player Dennis Taylor when he opened his new Elite Billiards and Snooker Centre.
Also pictured (top left) are Jim Meadowcroft and contractors personnel.
A plaster cast competition, water sports and vintage car rally were just three of the highlights at a Cub Pack weekend.
Thirty seven cubs and eight leaders, from 1st Clayton-le-Moors All Saints Pack ,enjoyed the trip to Bowley.
Leader Ron Favell is pictured (top right) with (left to right) David Garratty, Gary Haigh, Martin Clayton, Robert Kitchener, Steven Crane and Robert Hughes.
Our final photograph this week (below right) is Mr and Mrs Peter Bridgett, of Kitchenkraft in Accrington, examining part of David Newton’s bottle collection.