Found in a Portsmouth charity shop: who were these children?

HOLIDAY Were you one of these children on holiday, possibly in the Channel Islands, in the early 1960s?
HOLIDAY Were you one of these children on holiday, possibly in the Channel Islands, in the early 1960s?
The Royal Pier Hotel, now Rees Hall.

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There are four pictures here today which, hopefully, might ring some bells for a Portsmouth family. Especially if their name is Howarth.

Colin South, from Drayton, recently found and bought two small packets of 35mm film negatives from the Sue Ryder shop in Palmerston Road, Southsea. He assumes they were included among house clearance items.

CORGI Brother and sister? Who are these mystery children and what was the dogs name?

CORGI Brother and sister? Who are these mystery children and what was the dogs name?

One packet was marked ‘Howarth’.

Colin says: ‘Having scanned the negatives I found some 20 35mm monochrome images of children with family pets.

‘There was another dozen of 35mm colour ‘half-frame’ images, possibly of a school trip to the Channel Islands

‘I would date them from the early 1960s.’

TEARFUL This toddler, perhaps a member of the Howarth family, would now be in his fifties if this picture was taken in the early 60s

TEARFUL This toddler, perhaps a member of the Howarth family, would now be in his fifties if this picture was taken in the early 60s

Perhaps Howarth family members might remember or recognise them and want them. If so, please get in touch with me and I will pass details to Colin who will forward them.

Do you recognise any of the children or the church?

Do you recognise any of the children or the church?