Freda Rhodes

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Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. Background info about Freda Rhodes and museum here. 

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Vera, Ivy and George Mason. The shop closed in 1970. Rose Cottage is a listed building thought to date from the eighteenth century and possibly as early as 1750

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The local hunt passing Eldan House 1937

A kilted George “Tich” Dolman

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Carnival Queen, Havering-atte-Bower 1950s. Can you name them?

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The water tower, built in 1934

Carnival Programmes 1954 /59

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Bower Hall under construction, August 21 1959

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Mixed Grill Night, Havering-atte-Bower July 23rd 1960. Do you know any names?

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A close inspection of the stocks and whipping post

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Among the photographs is this one of the Havering Cricket Club, Freda’s father ,
George ‘Tich’ Dolman, is in the photograph

Michael Heap found this early 20th century photograph of the cricket club and made enquiries with Havering Cricket Club to see what they have…

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Havering Cricket Club have this 1928 photograph of the team…

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...and one of the Havering Cricket Club photographs is identical to Freda’s, and includes the names of all of the players.

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The Cricket Club also have this unique photograph of the great West Indies cricketer Sir Learie Constantine at an opening ceremony - perhaps the clubhouse-at Havering. He first toured England with the West Indies who played against Essex in 1928 and 1939.