Mothers' Union

St Richard's Mothers' Union, 1930s Hangleton

By Nicola Benge

Photo:St Richard's Mothers' Union, Hangleton 1930s

St Richard's Mothers' Union, Hangleton 1930s

© Nancy and Wally Kersey

Mothers' Union, Hangleton

This is a great photo of the Mothers' Union which used to meet at the St Richard's Church on Egmont Road in Hangleton, just off the Old Shoreham Road. The photo was taken round the back of the church. The vicar is rather debonair!

Nancy and Wally Kersey

This photo was taken in the 1930s and features Wally and Nancy Kersey's mums amongst others. The Kerseys are a couple well known in Hangleton for their community involvement and with the Get Together Club at Hangleton Community Centre. They used to live up the road from each other which is how they met and they have now been married 50 years!

This page was added by Nicola Benge on 20/12/2007.
Comments about this page

I have this photo. The lady at the front with the teapot is my Nan,Doris Dumbrell.She lived just along from the church hall in Wilfrid Road.

By Stuart Wight
On 21/08/2012

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