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Aspull   Comments: 10
Photo: DTease   Item #: 31028  

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  Aspull Council.  

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Comments by Julie, 12th March 2019  
The lady at the back with the glasses on does any body know who it is I think I know her but I cant think of her name.

Comments by John D, 12th March 2019  
From L to R, Arnold Singer is the second one.

Comments by Julie, 12th March 2019  
Joh D I cant be sure but did mr singer go to st elizabeths church, was he in the choir if you can rember thankyou.

Comments by Wiggin Lad, 12th March 2019  
Julie, I think Arnold Singer was more closely attached to St David's Haigh. A keen scout master with St John's New Springs. Arnold lived in a new house on Copperas Lane before moving to North Yorkshire probably back in the 1970s

Comments by cindy, 12th March 2019  
R to L 2nd person looks like Mr Tabener

Comments by Ken R, 12th March 2019  
Good photo of the council, dark haired bespectacled man just left of Centre is Tommy Green, he served as chairman at one time, he was also Pres. of Aspull Labour Club when my dad Jimmy R was the treasurer, Jack Ashcroft as secretary. Good old days.

Comments by Phyllis Pearce, 12th March 2019  
Third man from the right looks like Percy Sugden.

Comments by John D, 12th March 2019  
Julie and Wiggin Lad. Arnold Singer originally lived in CaleLane, New Springs and attended St John the Baptist. When he moved to Haigh he then switched to St David's.

Comments by Pete Schofield, 13th March 2019  
Arnold Singer was the District Commissioner for The Wigan and District Scouts in the 1970s and I believe that his wife Gladys was the District Commissioner for Guides round about the same time

Comments by Ken R, 13th March 2019  
The lady in the centre in white, I assume is the secretary. Her face is very familiar but I can't remember her name???

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