BUTLINS CLACTON REDCOATS 1966

BUTLINS CLACTON 1966

BACK ROW

--1--

Robert

--3--

--4--

--5--

--6--

--7--


ROW 4

--1--

--2--

--3--

Rita

--5--

--6--

--7--

Tim
Whitehouse

--9--


ROW 3

--1--

--2--

3

Jane
Holloway

--5--

Mike

Terry

Cassy

--9--

--10--

Bill
Thomas
OldTime

ROW 2

--1--

Auntie
Pam
(Keown)

Brian
Croucher

Carole

RButlin

Alan
Ridgway

DEM

Ron
Stanway

Ents.Mngr.

Chris
Williams

AEM

Diane

Bobby
Hay-Smith
Compere

Babs
Palmer

Nan
Thomas
OldTime


--1--

--2--

--3--

--4--

Moyra
Oxley

Revue
Dancers

Marj
Ridgway

--7--

--8--

--9--

Eileen

With special thanks to Ron Stanway, Peter (Chris) Williams, and Babs Palmer (Morrison) for the photo and names.

Chris Williams adds: "My real name is Peter Williams. I was called Chris because, when I arrived, they told me that they already had a Peter. I put my hand in the badge box and out came 'Chris.' That name stayed with me for three years there." (1964-66)

On the Filey 1965 team photo page, it says that the camp tramp was Bobby Hays-Smith. The following season he was with us. See photo above, at No. 9 Row 2. He was then camp compere - and very talented he was too. It also mentions on the Filey 1965 page that Bobby was on "Opportunity Knocks." You may remember on the show Hughie Green always had someone on to introduce the act, and Bobby asked me to go to the studios, I think in Manchester, to do that.

He was a talented musician and, on the show, he finished the spot by playing the "Sailors Hornpipe," on a double-bass across his knee - like a guitar. He went on to appear with 'Morton Frazer Harmonica Gang.' Who is old enough to remember them?

I have just had a great reminisce. Thanks, Peter (Chris) Williams

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Other BUTLINS CLACTON Redcoat team photos:

BUTLINS CLACTON REDCOATS 1961

BUTLINS CLACTON REDCOATS 1962

BUTLINS CLACTON REDCOATS 1963

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Back row 2nd from left Robert

Row 4 4th I think was Rita from Norwich 8th Tim Whitehouse (bingo caller)

Row 3 4th Jane Holloway (Radio Butlin)

Row 2 2nd Pam Keown (auntie Pam)