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Mitcham and District Poultry Club

Norwood News – Friday 15 August 1941

A special meeting of the Mitcham and District Poultry Club was held on Tuesday, when Mr. Barnett, of 1 Stuarts-place, tendered his resignation as secretary owing to private reasons.

The committee was reorganised, and the following officers elected:

Chairman, Mr Coulby, 24 Rewley-road, Carshalton;
vice-chairman, Mr. Garrard. 35 Pitcairn-road, Mitcham;
secretary, Mr. D A. Perry, 39 Alexandra-road, Mitcham;
assistant secretary, Mr. Kemp, 48 Steers-mead, Mitcham;
treasurer, Mrs. Perry, 39 Alexandra-road, Mitcham.

Additional committee members appointed were : Mr. Mayo, 18 Masons-place, Mitcham, and Mrs. Archer, 18 Wilson-avenue, Mitcham.

Application has been made for acceptance as members of the Scientific Poultry Breeders’ Association Ltd., and applications have been made in an endeavour to obtain permits for the purchase of various poultry appliances. It is hoped the next meeting will be held some time early next week, but in the meantime inquiries and applications for membership may be made to any of the above officers.

New members are cordially invited.

Victor George Pullen

Councillor for the West Ward for Mitcham Borough Council in 1938. He lived in Steers Mead.

News Articles

FAMILY TAKEN ILL: TWO CHILDREN DIE.

Diphtheria is suspected as the cause of the death of two little sisters who have died within a few hours of each other. In their home at Steers Mead, Mitcham, gaily decorated for the holiday, looking forward to their Christmas fare which they were unable to touch, the daughters of Mr. Victor George Pullen, a Mitcham councillor, were taken suddenly ill. Vera Ivy May, aged five, died at home on Sunday night. Elsie, aged nine, was taken to hospital, Monday, and died there.

Source: Shepton Mallet Journal – Friday 01 January 1937 from the British Newspaper Archive (subscription required)