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The Brittas Empire

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Shall We Dance? The Whitbury Leisure Centre closes early so the staff can attend a gala ball.
Gordon Brittas CHRIS BARRIE, Laura JULIAST JOHN ,
Gavin TIM MARRIOTT , Tim RUSSELL PORTER ,
Linda JILL GREENACRE , Colin MIKE BURNS , Julie JUDY
FLYNN, Carole HARRIET THORPE , Michael T Farrell
DAVID CREAN , Chauffeur HENRY COLE , Ron
SudburyPAULMARI, Helen PIPPA HAYWOOD ,
Pauline LLOYD HARVEY , Edward HUGH DIXON
Written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss Director/Producer Mike Stephens

Contributors

Unknown: Laura Juliast John
Unknown: Gavin Tim Marriott
Unknown: Tim Russell Porter
Unknown: Linda Jill Greenacre
Unknown: Colin Mike Burns
Unknown: Julie Judy
Unknown: Carole Harriet Thorpe
Unknown: Michael T Farrell
Unknown: David Crean
Unknown: Chauffeur Henry Cole
Unknown: Helen Pippa Haywood
Unknown: Pauline Lloyd Harvey
Unknown: Edward Hugh Dixon
Written By: Richard Fegen
Written By: Andrew Norriss

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