Photos of Witham

The 1936 Carnival. The procession in Newland Street with ‘Legion of Frontiersmen’

Taken: 27 June 1936, Source: Blake, Peggy, Ref: M1127

The Carnival. The procession in the middle of Newland Street with a marching group from the ‘Legion of Frontiersmen’. Includes on left, left to right, 64 Newland Street (Belllamy, chemist, with awning), 62 Newland Street, 60 Newland Street, 58 Newland Street. On right, the Spread Eagle hotel, with signs.
See the post entitled “Witham Carnival in the 1930s” for Peggy’s description of the carnivals in general.

Date taken27 June 1936
SourceBlake, Peggy
Posted on Full size 1871 × 1279

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