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REDMARLEY. I SPORTS' RESULTS.—The results of the sports at the annual fete of the Redmarley Branch of the Gloucester Conservative Benefit Socity, held on Monday, were as follows :—Juvenile race—1 F Wiggington, 2 H Rouse, 3 C Lane. Single Members—1 T Hodges, 3 W Matthews, 3 J Dobbins. Married Members—1 J Watkins, 2 C Brace. Open race—1 F James, 2 P Dudfield, 3 T Hodges. Ladies' race—1 Miss A Beale, 2 Miss G Vaughan, 3 Mrs A Priday. Members, any agel T Hodges, 2 J Dobbins, 3 W Matthews. Flower SHow.-The second annual exhibi- tion of the Redmarley and District Horticultural Society will be held in the grounds of the Down House, Redmarley (by kind permission of Sir George Bullough, M.F.H., and Lady Bullough), on August Bank Holiday, Monday, August 3rd, when upwards of 270 will be offered in prizes. There is a tine programme of pony races and sports, and Mr J Dainton's Pierrote, U The Wellands" will give perform- ances at intervals, while the Imperial Viennese Military Band has been engaged. The private grounds of the Down House will be open to visitors to the show from 2 to 6.30 p.m. and for dancing from 7 to 9 p.m. Schedules and all information can be obtained from the hon. secretary, Mr T Kirby, School House, Red- marley. WEDDING.—A pretty wedding was solemnised at the parish church, on Thursday afternoon. The contracting parties were Wycliffe Richard, eldest son of Mr R James, of the Rose and Crown Inn, Red marley, and Beatrice Elsie, daughter of the late Mr William C Clutterbuck, of Copelands, Staunton. The ceremony was conducted by the Rector (Rev M Niblett). The bride, who was given away by Mr E J Davis, looked very charming in a pretty dress of biscuit-coloured satin, draped in the front with laee, and silk tassels, and the bodice being trimmed with silver beads. She carried a beautiful bouquet of pink carnations. Mr Fred Taynton, of Gloucester, acted as best man. The wedding was of considerable local interest and a number of parishioners were present at the church. A reception was afterwards held by Mrs W Brewer at Lowbands Farm, to which numerous guests were invited. The large number M handsome presents testified to the popularity of the bride and bridegroom. The honeymoon is being spent in London. The motor cars were supplied by Messrs' Garbutt, of Gloucester. t. 1/8 sent to the Reporter Office, Ledbury, wil ensure a copy of this paper being sent post free every Friday,evening or a quarter (13 week*).

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