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The Invergordon Archive

'A Town At War' - the whole cast
The Invergordon Archive
'A Town At War' - the whole cast

The production by Park Primary 5, 6 and 7 was made up of stories told to the pupils by local residents living in the town during the war years.
See also picture #641.
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Picture added on 23 February 2005
I can't believe it, this was the proudest moment in my acting career. This play was great fun and I can remember a lot of elderly people coming to see it in the Town Hall at the time and commenting on how accurate the the wardrobe was. I can't remember the story itself so if anyone else can, please let me know!
Added by Nicole Bebbington (kernaghan) on 08 January 2006
Hey Nicole. The play was about a family living in Invergordon during the war. The kids had to go to school in Dingwall on the train. One of them was a prisoner of war. There was a bit about tank no. 13 being blown up and a bit about rationing. You got married - to Ian Macbeth I think? I was Vera Lynn, singing about White Cliffs of Dover!
Added by Gillian Laing (Ferguson) on 09 January 2006
lol hiya Gillian, hope your doin' well. That's right, I forgot I was married to Ian Macbeth mmmmm. I can remember being really loud on that stage (no change there then) - that was great fun to do and it's fab to see everybody that we went to school with together in one photo, take care xx
Added by Nicole Bebbington (kernaghan) on 10 January 2006
I played Jane Hargreaves' and David Gill's son. I remember Dominic Bowman getting in trouble for pulling that face when the picture was taken. I'm surprised I remembered all my lines!
Added by Barry Milne on 06 May 2009
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