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EAST END BOXING LIVES EXHIBITION

Posted by Paul Fairweather on 22nd Dec 2010
This is to remind everyone of our exhibition that is being held at The Hackney Museum from 25th January to 30th April 2011.This will be the first of it type prior to the London Olympics in 2012.Admission free,see advert for admission details.Please find the time to visit and appreciate all the hard work that has been put into it ,on the behalf of all the boxing fraternity,

"It's Nice to Belong"

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name: Eric Randall
25th Nov 2011
I must be reading about the Websters i knew back in the1960s
I worked with Harry at Samuelson Film Service when he lived
with brother "Young Fred" and Fred Snr. in West Hendon.
We spent great nights at his uncles pubs ,Charlies The
Admiral Napier and Toms Malden Arms in Kentish Town.I will
always remember Charlie jumping off his barstool with his
fists raised as if to start another round when the bell for
last orders sounded.Great characters.Brings back a lot of memories.


name: Steve Burkin
18th Oct 2011
Charlie Webster was my uncle. Be good to know more/contact relatives.


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12th Jul 2011
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name: clive hogben
30th Jan 2011
Could sombody put me in touch with Charlie Wright,I understand he is trying to trace boxers who have boxed at Shoreditch Town Hall,Tony Poole (light middle)and myself Clive Hogben(featherweight) both boxed there in the early 70"s.If you could pass on my details or tel 07714178731 or 01536-722639 I would be grateful.regards Clive Hogben


name: Wee Webster
2nd Jan 2011
Great to see some familiar faces and brilliant news that the Boxing Lives Project has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. My Grandfather Charlie Webster wouldn�t miss this exhibition for the world and I feel it my duty not only attend but to link up the Webster Clan Harry and Sons to add some memorabilia that will shine on all corners of the room amongst fellow fraternity members. I have a wonderful collection to share and look forward to getting in touch with Mrs P as soon as...

Lets make it a Good Won...:)

JenniferX Tollington Arms and fisty cuffs Unitedâ�æ


name: Wee Webster
2nd Jan 2011


Great to see some familiar faces and brilliant news that the Boxing Lives Project has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. My Grandfather Charlie Webster wouldnât miss this exhibition for the world and I feel it my duty not only attend but to link up the Webster Clan Harry and Sons to add some memorabilia that will shine on all corners of the room amongst fellow fraternity members. I have a wonderful collection to share and look forward to getting in touch with Mrs P as soon as...

Lets make it a Good Won...:)

JenniferX Tollington Arms and fisty cuffs Unitedâ¦


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