On the right hand end of the main table is Jimmy Wood, while on the left hand side (with their backs to the camera) and moving along from the right are: Cliff Page, who looked after the cemetery; Owen Watkin, the well-known Vauxhall dealer; a friend of Owen’s; Dick Bennett, butcher; Ray Marshall, a flight lieutenant who flew Lancasters and was a nurseryman; ?; ?; ?; Percy Moffat, nurseryman; ?; ?; ?; Walter Cooper, secretary to the Conservative Club; Raley Newman, owner of the garage at Dunton Corner; Bob Course, market gardener; Ely Haddow; Reg Barcock; ?; and Bert Chambers who was an expert in tomato growing on a grand scale and the last billiards/snooker player ever to grace the club. Melvyn recalls that Bert played Joe Davis at the club in a game of billiards. Bert scored over 100 in one of his breaks then Davis followed this with over 500.
On the middle table are Eric Smith, farmer; Stan Hills, a horse farmer; and opposite him, George Maudlin, farmer.
“Dick Bennett is the only one in the photograph who is still alive” says Melvyn.