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Hospital Sunday 1958: the important guests. (l-r) Percy Bloy, ?, Mr Bussey (secretary of Norfolk & Norwich Hospital Contributors' Association), Fred Curry (Docking Methodist church), Salvation Army lady, Mr Wacey (Bircham).

Stanhoe_01411.jpg Coronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BGCoronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BGCoronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BGCoronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BGCoronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BGCoronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BGCoronation Day celebrations, 1953ThumbnailsCertificate Norfolk & Suffolk Hospital Contributors Association 20 years 1937-57 Mr Percy Bloy. Loaned BG

Hospital Sunday 1958: the important guests.

(l-r) Percy Bloy, ?, Mr Bussey (secretary of Norfolk & Norwich Hospital Contributors' Association), Fred Curry (Docking Methodist church), Salvation Army lady, Mr Wacey (Bircham).

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  • Linda Newell - Tuesday 7 August 2012 11:51
    Yes - the man on the left is Mr. Percy Bloy. He is my grandfather and I remember as a child in the 1950s he spent many hours working on Hospital Sunday arrangements, and also for the Royal British Legion. He lived with his wife Sarah in Ivy Cottage, where she had a general store. His main recreation was to go for a game of dominos at the Hero pub. He was a very quiet serious man, who had served in the 1st World War.

    Linda Newell