St Margarets Co-operative Bowling Club - A History
Chapter 5 Here Come the Workers
After nearly 20 years, incredibly, the vast majority of the buildings, as seen today, had been completed. In this last chapter, I have selected snaps from Johnny's collection which reflect team work and camaraderie over the years. As with earlier chapters, I have labelled the snaps to show at least approximately when they were taken.
1999 So now we have a bar we need a bar man. These three would kill for the job.
2000-10 Tea break? I didn't know tea came in bottles. Does the RSPCA know about this?
2001 Looks like one for You've Been Framed.
2008-10 Another tea break. This time with tea.
2008-20 The happiest worker of them all. Can it really be that good?
2008-30 A man on a mission
2008-40 Hot dogs all round
2009-10 Six of the best. Another tea break.
2009-20 These tea breaks are becoming a bit of a habit
2009-25 This time there's soup as well. But you need a woman for that
2009-30 The last word. Johnny Wesson – always full of fun.
I hope this account has given an insight into the formation of the St Margart's Co-operative Bowls Club and the enormous commitment involved. As I said at the begining it is a story that stands proud in the history of bowls and deserves to be told for a very long time to come. Johnny, thank you for sharing it with us. We are proud of you and all the others that did so much.