Who's the young lady with these old timers?


Everyone in this photo has a connection with Bermuda, including the young lady!  We just need to know who they all are, what and when was the occasion, and what is the young lady's connection to Bermuda?

We've not had anyone try to name everyone in this photo as yet, but we know it was a reunion held in Liverpool on 18th and 19th April 2017, by Steve Taylor, and the photo was taken outside the Ship and Mitre Pub. The happy young lady is a bronze statue of Cilla Black who performed here in Bermuda at the fabulous Forty Thieves Club.

Well give you a couple more days to come up with all their names.


#4 Davie Kerr 2020-08-25 17:37
The other ? is the partially visible face below Cilla's left forearm.
#3 Steve Taylor 2020-08-25 09:20
Kneeling with Keith Senior and myself is Keiths brother, who must get paid by Keiths missus to look after Keith as he is a regular attendee *s*....between Pete Mead and Mark Richardson is Brian Russell....tryi ng to work out who the other question mark is....??
#2 Davie Kerr 2020-08-18 03:52
Whew, this one's not easy!
Back from L:- Tim Stuckes, Glyn Brown, Tim Winkelmann (how does he get into so many pics when he wasn't even a Policeman?), Kev Buxton, ?, Bill Webster, Stuart Mason, John Clayton, Nigel Brock, Pete Mead, ?, Mark Richardson.
Front from L:- Steve Taylor, Keith Senior, ?.
No guarantee that all my names are correct!

Editors note - That's a good start Davie considering that some are a different geeration than you! Hopeufllu, Steve Taylor can chime in and complete the list.
#1 Don Urquhart 2020-08-04 01:22
I was not in this photograph, but I was at the ‘refreshment session’ that I believe preceded it having been taken. It was in Liverpool, UK, in early 2017, I think. Steve Taylor did a great job of organising the get together in a Liverpool pub. I had to leave After lunch to meet a relative, so missed the photo shot.

Editors note - "refreshment session" indeed! Looks like everyone was having a great time.

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