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15:46 01 May 2014

Exmouth Players 1950s. Do you know who they are?

Exmouth Players 1950s. Do you know who they are?

Archant

Former Exmouth resident John Cole, who now lives in Belgium, has sent a photograph from the 1950s and would like to know who the people in it are.

John told the Journal: “I think the group was called the Exmouth Players, and I know that Pat Plunkett-Cole is seated on the floor, with the scary socks, and Walter and Doreen Steiner are seated on the right.

“I think the speaker is Ray Moxey (who I believe dealt in antiques on Exeter Road), but I am not certain.

“I believe Pat Plunkett-Cole was a partner in Meadows and Co and Walter Steiner was a dentist in Salterton Road.”

If you have any idea who is in this photo, please give Dave Somerton-Rees a call on 01392 888480.

Or email: dave.somerton-rees@archant.co.uk

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