YPS Outing


The Young People’s Society was founded in the early 1940s by the curate at St James’s Church, Romilly Craze.  The members worked during the war packing parcels and writing letters to members of the armed forces who were connected with Wollaston.  They held many social events such as parties, socials and producing plays.  There were also outdoor activities and frequent visits to nearby places.  This photograph dates from 1951 when an outing to Malvern Link took place.  Pictured here are:- Sheila Hill, Beryl Hawkeswood and Edna Johnson in the front;  Jeff Boaler, Derek Sidaway, ?Moira Layland, Les Thomas and two members whose names are not known.

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