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Spencer Park

Rushden Echo,19th June 1914 [council meeting]

Roman Catholic School Treat
An application was also received from Father O’Gorman for the use of the Ground for children’s sports on the general school treat day in July. It was ageed on the 'same terms as last year'.

Rushden Echo & Argus, Aug 30th 1957
on the roundabout
Merry moments on the roundabout at Spencer Park, with the “little ‘un” safe and happy in the charge of these girls.
Rushden Argus, 27th July 1917, transcribed by Kay Collins

Music—Some fine music, reminiscent of pre-war times, was heard in Spencer Park on Sunday, when a large massed band, consisting of members of the Northamptonshire Amateur Brass Band Association, gave two programmes of music—one in the afternoon and another in the evening. Mr. O. Pentelow, of Raunds, was the conductor. [a list of items follows]

Rushden Echo, 27th June 1919, transcribed by Kay Collins

The Mission Band gave a much appreciated concert in Spencer Park on Sunday evening. Mr. Fred Robinson efficiently conducting. There was a large number of people present. The following items were rendered in excellent style: March, The Bombardier; selections, Pilgrim's Song of Hope, Sons of the Sea, and The Lord's Day; hymn, Rimington.

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