Canvey Brownies at the Carnival

c1951

Canvey Brownies
Phyllis Owens
c1951
Phyllis Owens

Amongst the many photo lent us by Phyllis Owen are these carnival pictures taken around 1951. Are you one of the Brownies in this picture. Please tell us in the comments below.

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  • What does the sign say on the shop?

    By David Bullock (13/11/2010)
  • Sorry Dave even the original which I have in my hand is so unfocused it is no clearer

    By Janet Penn (13/11/2010)
  • In the first picture I am the guide by the cab and my mother is with her back to the camera she was the liuetenant in the guides .

    By greta parker quaife, was Anderson. (11/03/2013)
  • I’ve been playing about with sections of the bottom picture, using digital filters and am convinced that the large sign on the shop reads “ROBIN HOOD”. It also seems to me that the top word of the banner on the trailer could be “JUVENILE”, with the word “HULK” below. Does that mean anything to anybody – were they depicting a shipwreck?

    By Tony Maguire (12/03/2013)
  • Further consideration suggests that the bottom word on banner could well be “HULA”, which would fit better into a carnival environment and the trailer looks like it might be decked in a South Seas theme.

    By Tony Maguire (12/03/2013)

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