ABN: 34 604 284 666

95 Church Road, Barnes Bay, Bruny Island, Tasmania 7150

CALENDAR - 2023/ 2024


Ordinary Meeting held Sunday 14 April 2024 :  

Di Jodlowska, Carolyn Martyn, Christine Churchill, Alex Martyn and Tiana Stocks (and son Patrick), Alan and Yvonne Bottomley.
Also, Jillian Allie who attended via a phone connection.

Perri and Ralph Bottomley, Tanzi Lewis and David Goodrick, Ella Martyn and Adam Diprose, Jake Jodlowski, Zanna Jodlowska, Annie Correy and Pam Denne.

Minutes of the Meeting - 14 April 2024
Meeting attendees, 14 April 2024

Annual General Meeting
, held 5 November 2023;
 Di Jodlowska (in the Chair),  Yvonne Bottomley, Jake Jodlowski, Perri Bottomley, Alan Bottomley, Carolyn Martyn,  Tanzi Lewis, David Goodrick, Annie Correy, Ella Martyn, Zanna Jodlowska, Jillian Allie (by phone connection).

Christine Churchill, Ralph Bottomley, Garth Denne, Pam Denne and Tony Kennedy.

Minutes of the AGM -5 November 2023.  President's Report - 2023

Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting (which followed the AGM)  -  5 November 2023

Ordinary Meeting
held Sunday 23 April 2023

Di Jodlowska (in the Chair),  Ralph Bottomley, Yvonne Bottomley, Perri Bottomley, Alan Bottomley, Carolyn Martyn, Christine Churchill, Tanzi Lewis, David Goodrick, Zanna Jodlowska.

Apologies:  Ella Martyn,  Jake Jodlowski, Annie Correy.

Minutes of the Meeting - 23 April 2023         
Meeting attendees, 23 April 2023
Annual General Meeting, held 27 November 2022;
 Di Jodlowska (in the Chair), Justin Jones, Ralph Bottomley, Garth Denne, Pam Denne, Yvonne Bottomley, Perri Bottomley, Alan Bottomley, Carolyn Martyn, Christine Churchill, Tanzi Lewis, David Goodrick, Jillian Allie (by phone connection).

Apologies: Zanna Jodlowska,  Ella Martyn, Jake Jodlowski, Annie Correy.

Minutes of the AGM -27 November 2022.

Ordinary Meeting held Sunday 27 November 2022

Minutes of the Odinary Meeting - 27 November 2022.

Meeting held Sunday 7 August 2022:

Di Jodlowska, Jake Jodlowska, Carolyn Martyn, Zanna Jodlowska, Christine Churchill, Tanzi Lewis, David Goodrick, Alan Bottomley, Yvonne Bottomley, Ella Martyn, Adam Diprose, Walter Cooley. (12).

Garth Denne, Youdit Deane, Alan Mansell, Annie Correy, Perri and Ralph Bottomley.

Minutes of the Meeting - 7 August 2022.

Meeting held Sunday 20 February 2022:

Di Jodlowska, Alan Bottomley, Yvonne Bottomley, Christine Churchill, Zanna Jodlowska, Perri Bottomley, Jill Allie, Steve Allie, Carolyn Martyn, Ella Diprose, Ralph Bottomley, Walter Cooley, David Goodrick, Tanzi Lewis, Adam Diprose, Pam Denne. (16 people).

Apologies: Garth Denne, Annie Correy, Jake Jodlowski, David Young, Tony Kennedy.

Minutes of the  Meeting - 20 February 2022.pdf
Committee 20Feb22
Attendees on the front steps of the Chapel (Click to enlarge)

and AGM held Saturday 11 September 2021:
(Venue: "Heath Hill", 2379 Channel Hwy, Lower Snug)

Present: Dianne Jodlowska (in the chair), Alan Bottomley, Ralph Bottomley, Perri Bottomley, Ella Martyn, Adam Diprose, Carolyn Martyn, Yvonne Bottomley, Jillian Allie, Steve Allie, Youdit Deane. (11 people).

Apologies: Garth Denne, Zanna Jodlowska, David Young, Pam Denne, Annie Correy, Jake Jodlowski, Christine Churchill.
Minutes of the AGM Meeting - 11 Sept. 2021.pdf

General Meeting held Saturday 11 September 2021 (Immediately following the AGM):

Present:  Dianne Jodlowska (in the chair), Alan Bottomley, Ralph Bottomley, Perri Bottomley, Ella Martyn,
Adam Diprose, Jillian Allie, Steve Allie, Carolyn Martyn, Yvonne Bottomley, Tanzi Lewis, David Goodrick,
Pam Denne, Youdit Deane. (14 people).

Minutes of the General Meeting - 11 Sept. 2021.pdf

Meeting held Saturday 12 June 2021:

Present: Dianne Jodlowska (in the chair), Alan Bottomley (Secretary), Ralph Bottomley, Perri Bottomley, Ella Martyn,
Adam Diprose, Tony Kennedy, Carolyn Martyn, Yvonne Bottomley, Tanzi Lewis, David Goodrick, Kathy Duncombe,
Justin Jones, Petra Kennedy, Ian Overell. (15 people)

Apologies:  David Young, Jill Allie, Steve Allie, Garth Denne, Pam Denne, Annie Correy, Jake Jodlowski, Christine Churchill.
Minutes of Meeting - 12 June 2021.pdf

Working Bee:  Due to inclement weather our usual working bee was abandoned on this occasion, but new edge strips were installed on the front steps.

Meeting held Saturday 6 March 2021:

Present: Di (in the Chair), Yvonne (taking the Minutes) Jill, Steve, Perri, Ralph, Christine, Annie, Dennis, Garth, Pam, David, Jake, Tanzi, Carolyn, Ella and Ros.(17 people).

 Apologies: Alan, Zanna and Justin.

Minutes of Meeting - 6 March 2021.pdf

Working Bee: The gardens were trimmed, rubbish and weeds burnt and graves whipper-snipped around.

Meeting and AGM held Sunday 25 October 2020:

AGM Meeting opened 11:20 am 
Present: Di (in the chair), Alan, Perri, Ralph, Carolyn, Yvonne, Pam, Christine, Allan, Jillian, Stephen, Tony, Justin, Ella, Adam, Tanzi, David. (17 people).
  • New Office Bearers elected (see Committee).  
  • Financial Statement and President's Report accepted. AGM closed 11:45am.

Ordinary Meeting opened 11:50 am
  • Natural Burials: Carolyn spoke about these. A natural burial does not require a Funeral home to be present nor is a coffin essential. The body may be wrapped in a shroud and a burial depth of 1m is sufficient. A Death Doula may be employed.
  • Grave digging: Justin can organise this.
  • Cork Club:  has been requested for a donation.
  • New Toilet: Ralph has asked Shane Spaulding to progress this with the Kingborough Council.
  • Spare Chairs: Justin said that up to 50 chairs are available from the Dennes Point hall.  We could use 10.
  • Plastic Flowers on graves: The Committee decided that these are not desirable in our cemetery as they make a mess.
  • Maintainence Items: New edge strips needed for the front steps (Ralph will get), New front door mat, 1m x 0.5m (Alan will get it), Extra tea towels needed (Di will donate them), Internal wall has mould and needs repainting (Justin will do).
  • Refund: Perri to be reimbursed $120 for the new mower battery.
  • Family Histories: Christine, Tanzi and Carolyn will submit information for inclusion on our website.
  • New Headstone: Maurice William Mansfield.  This has been added to the Cemetery Map. and also to the Inscriptions page.

A Working Bee followed the meeting. The cemetery was mowed and rubbish heaps were burt up.

A total of 17 people attended our meeting and
helped with the working bee that followed the meeting.

Part of the Cemetery after mowing and whipper
 snipping (Click images to enlarge)

New Headstone in the the Cemetery
(Click images to enlarge)

Meeting and AGM held Sunday 3 November 2019:

We always have nice weather for our meetings!

Meeting opened 11:40am (followed by the AGM at 12:15pm)

Present: Perri, Jake, Di, Ralph, Carolyn, Alan, Yvonne, Annie, Pam, Christine, Allan, Zanna, Lucas.

Meeting Summary:
  • Seats: Greg Lynd to be thanked for his substantial donation.
  • Plaques: Veterans style to recommend. Di will find out about them.
  • New Toilet: Matters are still progressing with council.
  • Documents: Annie tabled a set of documents from Kathy D.
  • Market Stalls: These are still being attended by Perri, Di and Carolyn and are earning money for our association.
  • Obituaries: We want to provide more background information about people buried in the cemetery. The info could go in the Bruny News and also on our website.
  • Bev Davis
    A recent burial: Bev Davis OAM,  24 July 2019
    (Click images to enlarge)
  • Donations: Peter Wisby donated $1,000 (($300 for seats and $700 towards the new toilet).
  • Stormwater charges: Council have been asked to wave them.
  • Registered Address:  This to be changed to 857 Killora Rd, North Bruny Island. (Previously it was 16 Dillon's Rd, Alonnah)
  • Notice Board: Needs to have a sign saying 'Plots are available'.
  • A recent burial (Bev Davis)  showed that we do not have a well defined protocol in place to deal with this situation.
  • Natural Burials: Carolyn and Di are going to attend a talk by Kate Moreton on 24 November and will report back to us.
  • Rock Wall: Annie's brother, John, will build a rock wall beside the path to the viewing seat if rocks can be provided.
  • New Members: Christine Churchill and Allan Mansell welcomed to today's meeting.
Annual General Meeting:

Our President, Perri Bottomley, is stepping down after 5 years of very valuable service.  See Perri's report here.

Di Jodlowska was elected as our new President and Alan Bottomley took her place as our Secretary.
Jake Jodlowski
was re-elected as Treasurer and Annie Correy as Vice President.
David Mazengarb was nominated to continue as our Auditor and Alan Bottomley continues as our Webmaster.

  • A working bee and a BBQ lunch followed the AGM.

Bev Davis
 Bev Davis on her 75th Birthday
Funeral Service for Beverley Dawn Davis OAM
Held 24 July 2019 at the Barnes Bay Chapel.

DAVIS (nee Morris) Beverley Dawn OAM Born September 1, 1941, passed away July 18, 2019.
Daughter of Eva and John Morris (both dec) of Natone. Wife to John of Bruny Island.
Mother to Dion and Selina. Sister of Andrew (dec), Yvonne, Carol and Neil.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)

Citation: For service to the community of Bruny Island, particularly through the Bruny Island Historical Society.
Date Received: 09 June 2003.

Chapel Committee
Meeting attendees  (Click image to enlarge)
Meeting held Sunday 24 February 2019:

11:50 am,  meeting opened.
Present: Perri, Di,  Pam, Steve, Jillian, Annie, Adam, Ella, Carolyn, Ralph, Alan, Yvonne. (12).

Meeting Summary :
  • Bench seats:  These were delivered (by Ralph) today. They were donated by Greg Lynd  and are to be placed and installed after our meeting.
  • Churchill grave headstones: Youdit Deane is still working on these .
  • John Henry Denne headstone: This has been redone with gold leaf letters.
  • New toilet: Council to be asked for funding. John Paul Cumming (environmental consultant) will donate his services.
  • Fund raising: Di sent an email to Bunnings re a sausage sizzle in March or April?.
  • Documents re church: (originally from Kathy Duncombe): Annie has a scroll which she hopes to find when she has a garage sale.
  • Market stalls: These are making enough money to pay the electricity bill for the Chapel. Next market is on 10 March.
  • Old Wurlitzer organ: It may not be fully functional but Youdit Deane will take it. (Selling on Gum Tree was unsuccessful).
  • Entrance gate: Ralph fixed it this morning.
  • Shroud burial: Carolyn wants this type of burial plus a bronze plaque.
  • Fund raising: What sort of goods?  Yvonne will make muslim shopping bags and sell them for around $2 each.
  • Donation: Perri talked to Peter Wisby. He will make a donation towards the cost of the seats and any balance to go towards the new toilet.
  • Correspondence: Jo Denne and Kathy Duncombe are to be inducted onto the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women.
  • Finances: $1,420 to be paid for insurances (Building and Public Liability), $287 for seat slats. Voluntary work can be valued at $30 per hour for the purposes of dollar for dollar grants.
  • Next meeting: Saturday 8 June 2019.
After the meeting a working bee followed:  
  • The 2 new garden seats were placed and cemented into place.
  • A path through the bush was cleared to provide easy access to one of the seats.
  • The other seat was installed near the top of the cemetery and a "40-spotted pardalote" mosaic was cemented in near it.
  • The cemetery grounds were mowed and the graves were wipper-snippered around.
  • Rubbish heaps were made ready for burning later in the year when conditions are safe.
  • A large limb overhanging the entrance driveway was removed.
Lynd seat
One of 2 new garden seats donated to the Chapel by
Greg Lynd. (Click on the photo to enlarge)
Committee on Seat
Most of the Chapel committee trying out the new seat.
 (Click on the photo to enlarge)

Meeting held Sunday 18 November 2018:

Annual General Meeting summary:
Meeting opened: 12:15pm.  All existing office bearers were re-elected unopposed. See Committee.

General Meeting, opened 12:45pm

Present: Perri (in the chair), David, Pam, Ralph, Alan, Yvonne, Jake, Dianne, Carolyn, Jillian and Steve.
Apologies: Annie, Ian, Tanzi and Andrew.

Summary of Minutes:
  • Greg Lynd (St Helens) has been contacted re the 2 seats that he is going to make for us.
  • Youdit Deane has cleaned 5 Churchill graves and the War memorial and is to redo John Henry Denne headstone.
  • Enquiries indicated $6,800 for a toilet unit from Victoria plus $3,500 for transport to Tas. This is much too expensive.  
  • Perri asked Council for a funding grant for a toilet.
  • John Paul Cumming, who is an environmental consultant, might look at the chapel site next week.
  •  Ralph spoke to Anthony Woolley .
  • All agreed not to have a public toilet- too much maintenance and too costly. Also would need wheelchair access etc.
  • Still hoping to have a Bunnings sausage sizzle early next year. We can get a cover note for extra public liability.
  • We will have a stall at the Dennes Point market on 1 December (Yvonne and Perri will be there).
  • Carolyn has now replaced Julie as a bank signatory (with Jake and Perri).
  • Di to find out about natural burials, eg shroud-wrapped.
  • Alan to try and sell our surplus Wurlitzer organ on Gumtree.

Working bee:
This started around 11:30am and continued until 4:30pm with two 45 minute breaks, one for the AGM and the general  meeting and one for lunch.
Grass was mowed, graves wipper-snippered around, some stumps dug out, 2 casuarina trees were removed that were too close to graves,  a path was made to where special seats are to be installed,  some weedy bulbs (Watsonia marginata?) were removed, etc.

The cemetery grounds after our working bee -  tidy and well cared for.   Sunday 18 November 2018.

Meeting held Sunday 8 July 2018:

GENERAL MEETING and working bee.

(Our meeting clashed with a meeting at the CWA Hall  and the start was therefore delayed until 1:30pm).

Present:  Perri (in the chair), Ralph, Alan, Yvonne, Jake, Dianne, Carolyn, Jillian and Steve.

Summary of Minutes

Our garden shed now houses a ride-on mower which will be permanently stationed there.  The mower has been lent to us by Ralph Bottomley.
It is suggested that whenever somebody is going to do mowing they should bring their own petrol.

Two bench seats that we were going to purchase from Greg Lynde have not yet appeared.  Ralph will follow up with Greg.

Annie will check with Andrew Denne re documents from the church.

Regarding a new toilet:
Carolyn can get a quote for a septic system at approx $10,000+
Ralph suggested a toilet with a holding tank may be the way to go because we are not sure whether a septic system would  be allowed. It would cost around $7000.
Ralph will talk to council (Fluffy) to see what they are likely to approve.

Cost of Public Liability insurance was discussed.  We currently have a bill for approx $1,400.  Should we be looking for an umbrella policy along with other similar groups?
(Note: Since the last meeting it has been confirmed that the insurance premium mentioned above also covers the insurance on the building).

Fund Raising:  Dianne to contact Bunnings to see if we can run a sausage sizzle.

New Headstone has been installed for Colin Jacobson (Elsie Churchill's brother in law). A photo linked to the headstone is now part of the Cemetery Map.

Carolyn Martyn to be a second signatory for cheques as Julie Risely is now living offshore.  We need a copy of the minutes proposing this to take to Bendigo Bank in Kingston.

Ride-on Mower
Viking Ride-On Mower.

Jacobson Headstone 2018
Colin Jacobson headstone

Meeting held 4 February 2018
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Marquee set up for our Open Day

10:30am to 2:00pm Sunday

The weather was beautiful for our Open Day and quite a few people turned up, although neither the Premier nor Nic Street (who were invited) made it.

The Snug Butcher donated sausages and Banjos donated bread for our barbeque.
These donations are gratefully acknowledged.

Garden Shed 2018
New garden shed. Click to enlarge.

By the end of the day our new garden shed was finished and Ralph and Alan were installing strengthening members and shelves within it.

Also steel posts were driven in and attached to prevent wind from blowing the shed away.
Eventually it is intended to add a concrete floor inside the shed.

Meeting held 3 February 2018  
Meeting 3 Feb2018
Meeting held in the foyer of the Chapel.

11:30am to 1:00pm Saturday (11 committee members in attendance).
  • Discussions about upkeep of headstones;
    This is not the responsibility of our association. Families can contact Youdit Deane who has expertise in restorative work on headstones.
  • Carolyn and Di to enquire re possible Federal Government money for restoration of war graves.
  • Spong memorial at Barnes Bay to be kept clean and tidy. (Jake will do).
  • Assembly and installation of our garden shed to be completed tomorrow (Sunday).
  • Financials: We have about $6,500 in the bank with some income from market stalls to be added shortly.
  • Two bench seats (aluminium and plastic) to be ordered from Greg Lynd (St Helens).
  • Intention to talk to Suzanne Smythe regarding the location of possible grave sites at Variety Bay.
  • A website has been established for our association. Contact Alan Bottomley with ideas for improvement.
  • A Mission Statement to be added to our website. A possible wording was suggested.
  • A grave site map to be added to the website. Map to also show reserved plots.
  • The Premier (prompted by Nic Street) has promised us $5,000 from a discretionary fund towards a new toilet.
  • Banjos and Snug Butcher to be asked to donate bread and sausages for Open Day.
  • Headstone maintenance suggestions: mould can be treated with "Exit Mould", vinegar may help with lichen?
  • Perri has bulbs to plant.
Meeting closed 12:30pm

A working bee followed to cleanup the cemetery and to work on the assembly of the garden shed.

Meeting held 5 November 2017: Annual General Meeting.
  • Office Bearers for next 12 months elected.
  • Working bee in the cemetery.
  • Some panels of the new garden shed were assembled.                      

Meeting on 8 October 2017:
  • End-of-Financial-Year Statements presented by the Treasurer.
  • Fee for a second burial on top of an existing coffin to be $300.
New Sign
New sign for the front gate

Meeting held 17 April 2017:
  • SignRite to do new sign for front gate,
  • Microwave oven donated by Perri,
  • Edge strips have been installed on the front steps of the building.
  • Land Tax bill forgiven after Perri wrote a letter to them,
  • Monies raised from Bruny Easter Market ($385) and a market stall ($80).
  • Donation to Quarantine Station - $500.

Meeting held 7 January 2017:
  • Amended Constitution lodged with Consumer, Building and Occupational Services.
  • Locksafe box installed (inside the meter-box) for safe-keeping of keys.
  • Noted that market stalls have raised enough money to pay the power bill.
  • Peter Wisby to donate a park bench.
  • There are still 2 families who are yet to donate their pledges to the Chapel.
  • A ride-on mower is to be donated by Ralph and Perri.
  • Discussion re garden shed to purchase at Bunnings.
  • Agreed that a suitable shortened name for the assn can be:
    Barnes Bay Chapel & Cemetery Assn.

Meeting held 8 October 2016:
  • Microwave oven and a "locksafe" for keys is needed.
  • Committee signed off that we do not require our Financial statements to be audited each year.
    (This is no longer a legal requirement for associations with less than $250,000 annual turnover).
  • Discussed moving the bell tower closer to the Chapel. (Seek permission from Kathy Duncombe).
  • Elsie Churchill has enquired regarding repainting of headstones.
  • Working bee followed.

Meeting held  28 August 2016:
  • GST de-registration has been approved and finalised by the Australian Tax Office.
  • New bucket and mop donated by Carolyn Martyn. Decided that vacuum cleaner not needed yet.
  • Investigation of feasibility of going to solar power for the Chapel. Payback period would be too long.
  • Draft financials presented by Treasurer. Further details to be supplied by Perri.
  • Spare keys for the Chapel with: Perri, Julie, Jake, Di, Weitske, Kathy, Ian (Parky) and in the meter-box.
  • New fencing completed with donations from: Robert (fence posts and wire), "Murrayfield", Mark Hansson (1 day labour), Ralph (excavator and labour), Ian Young (1 day labour).
  • Linda Champine and Carolyn Martyn have acquired plots in the cemetery.
  • Reconciled bank balance as at 30 June 2016 was $7,811.45.
  • Annual insurance bill $1,240 paid to McKillops.  (Perri to be reimbursed).
  • Annual Return signed off and to be lodged with Dept of Justice. ($61.20 lodgment fee).
  • Burial fees ratified. ($650 for member or a donater, $1,000 for others).
  • Chapel to be made available for WEDDINGS etc.
  • Clean-up of cemetery is needed. Working bee at next meeting on 8 October 2016'

Meeting held 12 June 2016:
  • Annual report presented by Perri Bottomley.
  • GST de-registration applied for.
  • Chapel keys to be left at Smoothys Point and in the meter-box at the Chapel.
  • Perimeter fence has been completed (except for the section along Church Road).

Funeral Servive on 28 April 2016:
Funeral service and internment for Mr Robert (Bob) Hewitt.

Funeral Service held 7 March 2016:
Large funeral service for longtime Bruny Island resident Josephine Denne was hosted at the Chapel.

Renewal of Vows Ceremony on 12 December 2015:
Renewal-of-Vows ceremony for Ralph and Perri Bottomley was hosted at the Chapel.

Painting work on 7 December 2015:
Exterior of the Chapel building painted (Craig Cunningham).

Working Bee 30 May 2015:
Working bee to erect the tank donated by Weitske Loef. Timber for stand donated by Ralph.

New Tank 1New Tank 2

Meeting held 17 May 2015:  ( held at the CWA hall).
  • Contract of Sale from the Anglican church is ready to finalise.
  • Approx $28,000 received in pledges from the Bruny Island community.This will be sufficient to purchase the church and the cemetery ($25,000 + GST + Stamp Duty)
  • Building will need to be painted to make the asbestos lining safe.
  • Public Liability insurance will have to be taken out (approx $700).
  • Electricity account needs to be transferred to the new owner. ($90 per quarter plus usage).
  • Water tank behind the building needs to be replaced. Weitske Loef will donate a 1500L tank.
  • Perimeter fence needs to be rebuilt. "Murrayfield" will assist with this.
  • Sign at front needs to be changed to reflect the new status of the building.
  • Discussion re what burial charges are to be levied. Agreed that shareholders to pay $600 and others
    $1,000.    Charges to be reviewed every 3 years.

Meeting held 22 November 2014:   Inaugural Public Meeting
  • Meeting held at the CWA hall, Bruny Island Main Rd, Barnes Bay.
  • Meeting led by Keith Bill pending the election of a committee.
  • St Peters Church, Barnes Bay was recently deconsecrated by the Anglican Church  .
  • This meeting was called to setup an incorporated association to purchase the church and the site
    for $25,000 using pledges obtained from the community.
  • The following executive was nominated and duly elected:
    President: Perri Bottomley
    Vice President: Anne Correy
    Secretary: Dianne Jodlowska
    Treasurer: Jake Jodlowski
  • General Committee Members:
    David Young, Ian Young, Justin Jones, Carolyn Martyn, Alan Bottomley, Julie Riseley,
    Weitske Loef, Ralph Bottomley.
  • Name of the association to be:
    Bruny Island Cemetery and Chapel (Barnes Bay) Association Inc.  (Accepted).
  • Pledges received so far stand at $13,000.
  • Executive to meet quarterly.
  • A Constitution is to be drawn up and registered.

Document circulated 3 April 2014:
A document explaining the pending sale of the former St Peters Church, and requesting pledges from the community to purchase it, was sent around by Perri Bottomley.

Working Bee held 16 June 1996:
A major working bee to remove trees etc from the Barnes Bay cemetery.

This cleanup was instigated by Max Young and the following people attended:
Jake Jodlowski, Di Jodlowska, Zanna Jodlowska, Carolyn Martyn, Tony Martyn, Ella Martyn, Alex Martyn,
Ralph Bottomley, Perri Bottomley, Alan Bottomley, Yvonne Bottomley, Anne Bottomley, Helen Bottomley,
Carolyn Bottomley, Marion Bottomley, Ross Denne, Jo Denne, Paul Denne, Andrew Denne,  Archie Richards,
Robin Richards, Max Young, Alan Bain, Carol Pearce, George Cooper, Matthew Geeves, and Gertrude Davis.
(27 people).
(Photo from Alan Bottomley)

People attending