Sixpence on the Cricket Stumps recreated Bottesford School in the 1950s.
The work and behaviour of the pupils was found to be excellent.
Mr. Dewey (David McCormack) demonstrated his bowling technique.
Tony Taffs acted as umpire.
Lessons were given by Miss Walker (Susan Carr) and Mrs Logg (Angela Marsh) and inspected by Mr. Dewey.
More cricketing tales were told in The Cricket Team.
The audience heard about the day we won the Thompson Cup.
The May Dance was recreated by Ann Gibbons School of Dance.
'All songs and swirling skirts.'
'Where's it all gone?' Alan Pizzey remembered the old days in Fishing with a Time-Line.
And Alice kindly gave up her seat to an elderly lady.
Canon Blackmore (Reverend Stuart Foster) gave his blessing.
Julia Tobin (director) played Olga Healey, Landlady of The Bull
recalling Arthur and Ted in Tales and Ale.
Mr. William Roberts looked on
while Bob Sparham told us about The Water Diviner
Laurel (Robin Stapleford) pointed out his sister's pub
where he and Hardy (Dave McCormack)
created A Very Fine Mess at The Bull, assisted by Vic Martin and his Morris Minor
'Evening All.' Michael Bradshaw, over from Adelaide, stood in for his father, Sergeant Arthur Bradshaw.
This page was added on 26/05/2008.