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WLHC Junior Member Parental Consent Form This consent form applies to: WORKSOP LADIES HOCKEY CLUB For the season: 2017-2018 Name of Junior Player: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Please delete as required to agree or disagree to the following areas in relation to your child participating and being an active member of the club.

Name of parent/guardian completing the form: ……………………………………………………………………………… Please add your child’s name where a blank gap is left to indicate it.

to and from away matches in accordance with the clubs transportation policy as laid out in the Safeguarding policy.

I do / do not give consent to WLHC members transporting ………………………………………………

Hanging on the wall of Florence's parlour is a sampler she worked on as a child whilst at boarding school. Above the door in the kitchen sit a row of servants' bells.

Herbert Goodacre was born in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

He was the youngest of four children born to Charles and Emma Goodacre, (nee Bettison).

By 1881, the family were living in Sandy Lane, a venue that they inhabited for over 30 years. In 1901, Emma was being supported by her two sons George and Herbert who were working as a miner and as a pit pony driver, respectively.

By 1911, Herbert was living as a boarder in the Layhe family abode, now a miner whilst his mother was still living at 203 Sandy Lane doing char work.There was an 11 year gap before Herbert was born in 1886.