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Old 10-03-2013, 09:37   #31
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Re: Harvest Festival .....

Originally Posted by Shurm View Post
Harvest Festival early/mid 70s at St Johns Church Accrington thats me at the back the picture was in the Observer.
The girl in front of you seems rather non-plussed. Had you been barging her in the posterior with your offerings to get to Rev Crook?
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Old 10-03-2013, 09:57   #32
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Re: Harvest Festival .....

I thought that then I thought she's just about to turn round and walk back ? Then again it could just be that I'd forgot to put any trousers on !!!
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Old 25-04-2020, 00:11   #33
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We had a Harvest Queen festival at Hyndburn Park (either Infants or Juniors) during the 50's when a queen and her attendants were chosen and wore long dresses but my memory fails there as I don't remember the event itself or how we celebrated it, anyone help restore my memory? Does anyone also remember the Infant teachers?
I remember being crown bearer for the Harvest Queen of Spring Hill Methodist Church when I was about 7 (1957)
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