photo of Firemen in @ Sheringham paper is as I remember taken of Volunteer Firemen before
the war after winning the Cups at Senowe Park, the Residence then of Sir Thomas and Lady
Cook. I remember most of these men who later earned £12 a year as Auxiliary Firemen.
The following are as in the photo Charlie Harrold, Jim Prat, Tom Starling, Alf Draycott,
Jack Harrold, Tom Gray, Bob Anderson Jack Dyball, Sid Holsey. The officer in the middle I
think was named ''Key'', I cannot remember his first name. The other Firmen at that time
were Harry Dyball, Jack Anderson, Sid Life, George Silburn, Jack Silburn and Billy Hill.
Those who were Firemen during and through the war were, Alf Draycott, Jack Harrold, Harry
and Jack Dyball, Bob Anderson, Billy Hill, Sid Holsey, Tom Gray, Sid Life, Flood, Douglas
Hill and 2 Messenger Boys. The Firemen who served through the World War 2 as I remember
were Alf Draycott, Jack Harrold Jimmy Pratt, Jack Brown, Bob Funnel, Fred Woodman, Harry
and Jack Dyball, Bob Anderson, George Silburn, Joe Life, Tom Grey, Officer Key, Billy and
Douglas Hill, 2 Messenger Boys. All stationed on the Council Yard, Cremer Street.