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After 15 Years Shepperton Revives This Ancient Ceremony [Referring to ‘Beating the Bounds’.]

Series

Series Name
Gaumont Graphic

Issue

Issue No.
1377
Date Released
2 Jun 1924
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1To Control the Rodeo. Mr Tex Austin, the Cowboy King, Will Be the Big Noise at the Forthcoming Stadium Show
  2. 2Oak Apple Day - Lt Gen Sir W Pulteney KCB - Pulteney Takes the Salute on Founders Day Parade at Royal Hospital, Chelsea
  3. 3Honouring Wembley, the King and Queen with Their Royal Italian Guests Visit Canada, South Africa Etc at the Exhibition
  4. 4Beating the Bounds - Historic Custom Observed in the Parish of St Clement Danes
  5. 5After 15 Years Shepperton Revives This Ancient Ceremony [Referring to ‘Beating the Bounds’.]

Story

Story No. within this Issue
5 / 5
Summary
LV boys and men beating stream. 2 LVs boys and men walking through wood and climbing over barbed wire. [SUBTITLE]: THE BEATERS BEAT, THE HALFWAY HALT FOR REFRESHMENT. LV boys sitting on wall drinking. LV boys and men beating river bank. MLV man hammering stake, boys watch. MLV men toss woman then put her down.
Keywords
Ceremonies; Local government
Locations
England; Shepperton
Library number GR
7610 neg 180ft
Length of story (in feet)
83

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Notes
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