Phil Moran sent in this picture and list from the Corps of Drums, taken in 1966, nice to have the names to go with the faces!
AAS Brass Band and Corp of Drums
Henley-on-Thames - Summer 1964
At the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Mary Rand broke the world record for the Long Jump, leaping 6.76m to take gold. To add to her gold in the long jump, she won a silver medal in the pentathlon.
On her return, she was feted by the town of Henley-on-Thames, where she lived with her husband, oarsman, Sid Rand.
She was driven through the town in an open-top car led by the Brass Band and Corp of Drums from the Army Apprentice School, Arborfield.
Following the parade she agreed to pose for the attached photo with "the lads" in the Town Hall.
Phil Moran (64A)