Peggy is in the 4th row back, 4th in from the left.
A few of us met up today to raise a glass to Peggy, on what would have been her 100th birthday. She probably would have been disappointed that we didn’t sing ‘Happy birthday’, but she would have approved of the cake!
Diary sub-note: 1916. Battle of Verdun begunNew Moon, 6.42 p.m.S.R. 7.3, S.S. 5.26 My birthday. Lost the East Berks match 12-6. Mummy couldn’t come on account of Uncle Mac’s illness. Daddie, Andy & Joy came with the cinema. Had a watch from Daddie & a book from Joy & another from mummy. Had a broochContinue reading “February 22nd 1936”
Just too adorable..!
Today Peggy would have been 100 years old. Here is the very first photo taken of her, at 3 weeks old, with her Godmother Maudie, in the room in which she was born.