Digital copy of the Annual Report of Brig-y-don Children's Convalescent and Holiday Home, 1993. [Some details redacted].

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1993 - 1993

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Names Patrons [Lieutenant Governor] Air Marshal Sir John Sutton, Sir Peter Crill, Sir Frank Ereaut, and Sir Robert Le Masurier. Names Patronesses the Countess of Jersey, and Mrs Edward Obbard. Names President Mrs C J Garthwaite. Names Vice-Presidents Mrs Norah Bryan and Mr G F Trevor. Names Honorary Auditors as Messrs Alex Picot and Company. Names Honorary Treasurer Mr M C Garthwaite. Names Honorary Secretary Mrs S Le Brocq Names Committee members Mrs L C Thomas, Dr A J Essex-Cater, Dr C Spratt, The Constable of St Clement, Mrs A Bernstein, Mrs S Le Brocq, Mr A Skinner, Mrs D [Denise] Waller, and Mrs A Woodcock. Refers to daycare, a Holiday Camp in England, and the Playgroup Nativity.


Alex Picot and Company
Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Children's Services
Children's Department
Bernstein, A
Bryan, Norah
Crill, Sir Peter
Davis, V
Ereaut, Sir Frank
Essex-Cater, Anthony, Dr
Foster, Tom
Garthwaite, Caroline J
Garthwaite, Martin
Le Masurier, Sir Robert Hugh, Bailiff of Jersey 1962 - 1974
Le Brocq, S
Obbard, Edward
Obbard, Mrs
Spratt, H Clifford, Dr
Sutton, Sir John, Lieutenant Governor
Skinner, Anton
Thomas, L C
Trevor, Gerald F
Waller, Denise
Woodcock, A


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