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WHS Orchestra 1980's (81-82)
WSPANE banner Wetherby High School Orchestra 1981-82, class winners Ilkley Festival

back row : Angus Lamond - Mark Bowater - Tracy Barrow - Carol Ward - Alison Ward - Gavin Sykes - Imogen Sykes - Mark Barrow - Mr Ian Ireland (french teacher) - Michael Bolton - Michael Larbalestier - Debra Skaife - Mr Malcom Spencer (head of music)
fourth row : Jeremy Owen-Hughes - Guy Widdowfield - Bernice Towle - Darren Hart - Michael Rollason - Julie Williams - Bridget Rushbrook - Rebecca Day - Shelly Bower - Kathryn Smith - Ruth Dawson - Gillian Caress - Lindsey Hart - Judith Graham - Sarah Pickard
third row : Helen Palmer - Caroline Noyes - Clare Ormerod - Jane Monkman - Katrina Cliffe - Emma Potter - Philippa Duckett - Lynne Williams - Kate Roberts - Lindsey Handcock - Martin Lurcuck - Ian Clayton - Rachel Shaw - Susan Farrar - Fiona Likely - Nichola Williamson
second row : Miss Gill Benson (german teacher) - Mr John Herbert (Special Needs) - Karl Mullen - Valerie Hobson - Fiona Wright - Petra Mullen - Steven Payne - Claire Johnston - Sara Elson - Rebecca Nappy - Jonathan Stancliffe - Jayne O'Neil
front row : Mr Mark Adams (science) Mrs Belinda Swift-howe (music teacher) - Elizabeth Giles - Philip Sladdin - Carole Rimmer - Peter Lamond (orchestra leader) - Trudy Allen - Ann Burnill - Nichola Welborn - Claire Elwen - Sally Clarke-Lomas - Susan Robinson

Submitted by Petra Mullen, June 20th 2001. Additional info from Rebecca Day, Cathryn Herbert, Helen Miller, Barbara Lowe (now Zimmer), Darren Hart, Elizabeth Giles, Peter Lamond and Julie Williams (now McCann) who made a record of all names at the time of the event.
links : Typed list of orchestra members | 1982 Concert Programme Cover
This photo was taken to commemorate the orchestra winning the Ikley Tradesmen's Challenge Cup for String Orchestras at the Wharfedale Music Festival on 19th May 1982.
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