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A tennis party in the Oulton vicarage grounds in 1910. The older woman on the right is possibly the vicar's wife, 29 year old Mary Capel Cure, who was born in Wimbledon. 20 year old Marjorie Greaves, a teacher at Oulton school, is seated in the centre wearing a black dress.
 
Woodlesford Tennis Club in 1926. The tennis courts were on the brewery sports field.
 
Oulton Tennis Club in the 1930s. Albert Butterick is seated at the front wearing a hat. Note the wind up gramaphone player.
 
Oulton Tennis Club 1930s.
 
Oulton Tennis Club 1930s.
 
Oulton Tennis Club in the 1930s.
 
An Oulton Tennis Club first team in 1968. Sheila Cooper, Joan Armitage, Lucy Hullah, John Weightman, John Mitchell, Dean Hartley.