Thanks then to Malcolm Palmer for the following:
The person on the left of the front row with the flat cap (next to Eric Bill who drove the coach for Bert Box) is my Father Jack Palmer.
My father helped to Run the Fishing Club until We moved from our house, 10 Brook Street Gornal, on 4th April 1959 to Leominster Herefordshire. Contactor Switchgear had opened a new factory on that day and I worked there, as did my father who had joined the company in 1939. He had a apprentice working for him in 1940 named Arthur Rowley! (celebrated local sportsman, ed.)
Jack Palmer, a keen cricket and angling enthusiast, passed away in 1997.
Other characters on the photo include, in the centre on the back row, Joe Kennedy, while standing extreme right is Arthur Barwell. He is presumably the same chap referred to by Cllr. Stanley in one of our early Can You Help responses - owner of a large house near the site of the present Duke Street flats, and extensive gardens in what is now Gideons Close.
On the front row of the photograph, kneeling in the white shirt, is coach driver Eric Bill, and on his left T. Gonderton, J. Moss and H. Moss.
That leaves three people still un-named - can anyone fill in the missing information?