Photograph kindly provided by Stephen Bunn
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Please tell us about any faces you might recognise.
From Bernie Twite and Dick Melton:
Back row L to R:
1 ??, 2 Horace Morgan, 3 ??, 4 Fred Rix, 5 ??, 6 John Crow.
1 Albert Southgate, ??, 3 Willie Walden, ??, 5 Jack Bunn (Stephen's grand father), 6 Eddie Parker, 7 Alec Hooks.
1 Mrs Edna Walden, 2 Bob Hooks, 3 ??, 4 ??, 5 Dr Coxen, 6 ??, 7 ??, 8 Mrs Mary Barrett.
From Berni Twite
"Horace Morgan lived at Sandringham, and worked with my father Wallace Twite, they were responsible for all the fencing on
Sandringham Estate, he then became verger at Sandringham Church.
Fred Rix lived next to the paper shop, he was also a special constable in the summer he would be on traffic control at Station road crossroads in the days before the by pass.
John Crow lived and worked at Sandringham.
Albert Southgate was known to most people as Manno, he lived at Sandringham, his wife May for many years ran a tea stall at the entrance to the grounds at Sandringham.
Willie Walden was a carpenter and undertaker, he lived in the end house of the row at the junction of Chapel road and Post Office road, the barns are named after him.
Eddie Parker owned the shop at the corner of Manor road and Sandringham Hill.
Alec Hooks lived in Lynn road next to Wallace Twite, he worked in the Woods Department at Sandringham, and drove the Foden Steam tractor pulling timber out of the wood to the wood yard.
Edna Walden was the wife of Willie.
Bob Hooks lived at Ingoldisthorpe, and worked in the gardens at Sandringham, he is also on a number of old football photos.
Dr Coxen lived up Fern Hill he was a dentist and was involved in a lot of village life.
Mary Barrett lived in Lynn road her husband worked for Easter Counties buses. her family name was Sayers, they lived at the end of Albert Victor cottages, and were well known for taking in washing, some of it I believe for Sandringham House