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Caption for Wollaston, High Street C1955: To the south of Wellingborough lies the village of Wollaston, separated from its neighbour Great Doddington by the River Nene. On the right of the street, on the upper storey, is a sign for Wollaston Band Club. The village still has many pubs and clubs today.

An extract from Northamptonshire Photographic Memories.

Memories of Wollaston

I was born in Wollaston in 1944 and left the village in 1971.I would love to hear from any of my friendswho still live there if they want to hear from me.

One didn't have to travel to London in the past to watch pro bands plying their trade. The Nag's Head public house was a much attended venue during the late 1960s and early 1970s for watching many of the (what was then known as) progressive bands of that era. The pub was run by the a very large man by the name of Bob (...Read full memory)

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