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  • County: Sussex, England
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999
  • Type: Illustrated

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

29 Jun 1951

on Saturday, when the two daughters Mr. and Mrs. K. Bavin, Gladstone-road, were married at Tonbridge Pariah Church; Ue was Mr. Frederick diaries Lane, of Mr. and Mm. F. C. Lane, of Oak laugh, Siinfoid, Horsham, and his I,ride was Mias Pamela Irene Bavin

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

24 Aug 1956

Barnett is a gay delight. Lady Jane, bv Evelyn Roberts as the kid neat door. money for author Richard As the Eton boy who lakes the her father and by a restrained Ken- TUYUC Buckle. question in his stride and discusses ncth Laird the poor relation to IJlfivli

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

29 Jun 1956

on the wall and he had to stop hammer- Producer Peter Wood groups his characters and his arc lamps With apologetic gestures towards cunningly to make lovely thing Miss Allan, Mr Laird accepts the of that Alpine landscape of‘ce and gift and hands on to

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald Sussex, England

30 May 1953

attitude to the things of the spirit,” said Mrs Rae. Earlier in the service Mrs Ernest James, vice-president of the council, read the account Solomon's dream and his request for the gift of an undersUnding heart. Mrs A. M. Parkinson, past president of Jhe

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

16 Oct 1959

regular producers. Miss Winifred Bryant and Mrs. Eileen Van Tromp are, at their own requests. taking a rest for one year. Making his first effort in this field. Mr. Stanley Gooch is stage manager along with Mr. Bernard Crabb. the well-knOtyn comedian. Clearly

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

29 Oct 1958

(Robert Hartley), and a handsome young man by Tony Wall (Lawrence Davidson). Mr. Hutchins, the club's designer, has had a busy time of it. A member for five years, this is his fourth part and he has, as usual, created the set. SINGER WANTED Prez Prado

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

19 Dec 1958

in the person of One more to make it 10. Then his illegitimate daughter. saw how about that remarkable real acting that week. modern J . Any Other Then 1 recall the comedy On Business ? Mr Laird s portrayal .of Monday Next, which conjures up the chairman

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

5 Apr 1957

discovers that the destroyed prints were fakes, and also that the lady of the house is a former girl friend of his. When he again visits the mansion. finds it in flames and the owner dead. His marrying of the dead man's widow soon after the lire arouses the

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

3 Oct 1958

role of Rose Worthing to encourage his Fish in London and came home daughter in her first appearance to do it after enjoying a great on the English stage for 10 years? success in New York in Rattigan's Sir Winston and Lady Separate Tablet.- Churchill, who

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

22 Jun 1956

hciaft. The auld laird CHARI.ES STEWART, of Showtimes brilliant comedy act at the Pier Pavilion, was reminiscing during coflee break on Monday about that legendary Scottish comedian Harry Gordon who Aberdeen lang syne, gave Charles his first job on llte

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

5 Feb 1958

Wapping, and the colonel, his lady and son don chokers and shake the dust of hopelessly square Kensington from their feet. Kenneth Laird is the father in this first performance, a role in which the author obviously sees himself. Mr. Laird fits so snugly into

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

10 Oct 1958

the versatile John but they are certainly high—from Gorrie as Ron, Gerald Flood as drinking brandy all round the his male protector, Ken Laird clock. the likeable scrap metal dealer, We meet Ron (“a pretty and by Susannah York as the ballet boy much cossetted

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

19 Sep 1958

#■ J M With membership of 115. its his triumph this weeks Connaught main obiect being the provision Theatre programme states. Mr YOL have hand it to had a surprise. I came expecting celebrity concerts at modest Laird has been popular leading Twinkle. The

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

13 Jul 1956

Norman Visdom. which took the part of an oul-of-wort CCORDING m the it hr.ng made al actress in the TV programme, X h Studios Mr Laird, whose 19 Big City—Shafletbury-avenue. chestra whKh appeared on a page years’ experts as as tor in- A film company director

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

30 Jul 1958

Clarkie. His crea- Lion, the Lady of Worthing West. should be painted in oils and hung in the Art Gallery: in the meantime I preseive her ladyship to a certain extent by printing her photograph. When Twinkle opened here in May I commented that Mr. Rose

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

4 Apr 1958

Hawkins, leaves his house in the morning, drops his two youngest children of! at school, and after receiving trallic summons from a zealous young constable, Simon Farnaby-Grcen (Andrew Rav), arrives at Scotland Yard with his temper ruffled. His first task

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

10 Jul 1959

Lezczynska. Mrs. Scutt, Miss meet an the Mr. H. Hawkins' pony rides for Linton. Mrs Crisp, Mrs. Stone . of o th er capital works in the children were much enjoyed in the GIVE EVIDENCE Mrs. Rapley. Mn. Giles. Mrs. group. adjoining meadow. Etheridge. Mrs. Brown

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

7 Feb 1958

Todsy (Friday) and tomorrow, After being taught to sing by home and, gazing a portrait of The Lady Takes Flyer, starring AftßPmhlV Hall his cell-mate Hunk (Mickey his father (Tracy), recalls the Lana Turner, continues. 2*B»eillUiy nan Shaoghnessy). released

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

21 Sep 1955

coilege. well-known to music lovers. pant- Mr. Peacock has his ossn prob- eularly in Worthing. Irma. His mother. Hazel Bain- The orchestra paid tribute to him bridge, is shortly to arrive at his by playing his arrangement of quarters from France. and as

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald Sussex, England

1 Dec 1956

Needes, Mrs E. Curd. Mrs Mackereth, Mrs J. t. Neely. Mrs P. Mathew. Mrs E. Needes. Mrs M. J. Palfrey, Miss Nancy Laird, Mr Gilbert Thuilow, Mr Miller, Mrs Larkin. Mrs Betts, Mrs E. Whitehead. View article

Type: Illustrated