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1922 Hesketh Bank Football Team
Date: 1922
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Top row :- A. Hull, Tom Miller, Bobby Cookson, Hugh Taylor, Nick Whiteside, Robert Cookson, ? Scambler
Front Row:- William Cookson, George Wignall, George Harrison, Ted Hornby, R. Iddon.
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Hesketh Bank Football Team - 1922
Hesketh Bank Home Guard
Date: 15th October, 1944
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Submitted By: Margaret O'Hanlon
Hesketh Bank Home Guard

Tarleton Home Guard
Date: Unknown
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Submitted By: Wilf & Mollie Taylor

Tarleton Home Guard
Hesketh Bank Band
Date: July 1922
Notes: Postcard published by Tatham, Tarleton
Submitted by: Richard Hodson
Walking day at Tarleton

Tarleton Fire Engine
Date: Between 1948 and 1955
Notes: Fire Engine: Dennis Ace. Registration: DPU 15.
Firemen shown (Left to Right Back) Jimmy Latham, Eddie Farrell, Bill Eatough, Richard Townsley, Alan Sutton, Alf Roland. (Left to Right Front) Raymond Golifer, John Johnson

Roger Mardon contributes: This is a Dennis Ace that was new to Chigwell Urban District Council Fire Brigade, Essex, in May 1936.  It would have passed into the National Fire Service (NFS) on 18 August 1941 when the fire service was nationalised. After the war the service was returned to local authority control and in England and Wales the 146 counties and county boroughs became the new fire authorities, effective from 1 April 1948 when for some reason DPU 15 joined the fleet of Lancashire County Fire Brigade.  I believe the appliance went out of service in 1955 so we can conclude that your picture was taken between 1948 and 1955.

Tarleton Fire Brigade

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Butlins Filey
Date: 1957 or 1958
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Back Row, Left to Right, Ray Hodge, John Mee, Keith Eccleston, Jim Scambler, Jim Whittle, Terry Harrison, John Aughton, Harry Procter, Eric Forhaw, Bob Johnson, Ken Eatough, Ray Abram.
Front Row, Left to Right. Ray Bannister, Dick Aughton, Dick Hodson, Peter Watkinson, Chalet-Maid, Bill Taylor, Mike Pickup, Henry Taylor, Neil Taylor.
Submitted by: Richard Hodson, September 2010
Village trip to Butlins at Filey 1957

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Tarleton Fire Service
Date: 1966(?)
Notes: This photo was taken on the occasion of the retirement of Fred Taylor & Dick Blackstone. From left to right:Alan Sutton, Eric Hornby, Leading Fireman John Ward, Tony Nicholson, Alf Rowland, George Barron, Raymond Golifer, Fred Taylor, Dick Blackstone, Sob Officer Ernie Nicholson (Station Commander), Dave Farrell, Bill Gregson, Eddie Farrell, Henry Brooks, Tony Cheetham.
Submitted by: Tony Nicholson
Tarleton Fire Brigade 1966
Tarleton Firemen Answer Benevolent Call
Date: Summer 1988
Notes: Leading Fireman Graham Iddon handing over a cheque to the then Chief Fire Officer Roy Watson for £1.000. The money was raised by the lads by holding a barn dance!
Pictured Left to right - Fm Harry Hornby, Fm Tom Cookson, Fm Simon Bonney, Assistant Divisional Officer Ernie Calvert, Fm John Taylor, Leading Fireman Graham Iddon, Fm Peter Crabtree, Fm Michael Pearson, Chief Fire Officer Roy Watson, Fm David Hornby, Sub Officer John Ward, Leading Fireman Andrew Cupit, Fm Chris Hornby.
Submitted by: Mark Greenwood - September 2009
New Leyland Fire Engine and old ERF Fire Engine outside Tarleton Fire Station
New Fire Engine for Tarleton Fire Brigade
Date: 1989
Notes: A picture of theTarleton Firemen accepting their new fire appliance back in 1989. The old appliance was an ERF reg no JFV747N, and the new one was a Leyland reg no D110TRN
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ictured from left to right - Leading Fireman Graham Iddon (denoted by one black band on helmet), Fireman Tom Cookson, Recruit Fireman Mark Greenwood (denoted by black spot on helmet), Sub Officer John Ward (denoted by two black bands on helmet) and Fireman Mick McCluskey. Graham Iddon went onto superseded John Ward as Sub Officer/Station Commander when John Retired, Tom Cookson later became a Leading Firefighter and then took over from Graham Iddon when he retired after thirty plus years dedicated service, Tom is the current Unit Manager and Urban Search & Rescue Watch Manager, Mark Greenwood also became a Leading Firefighter then left to join the wholetime service in 1994, John Ward retired after thirty plus years dedicated service and Mick McCluskey left after approx fifteen years service to concentrate on his business as a painter and decorator.
Submitted by: Mark Greenwood - September 2009
New Leyland Fire Engine and old ERF Fire Engine outside Tarleton Fire Station
 
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