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Vulcan Works Gymnastics Team
Newton-le-Willows, 1914
Credit: St Helens Local History & Archives, scanned at a Wargrave Big Local event
The Vulcan had a number of sporting activities that the employees could participate in.
Peter Burns can be seen in the photograph (right of the two men on hands and knees in the middle).
Peter Burns of Wargrave Road was a Sapper in the Royal Engineers and served in the First World War. He died on 8th July 1917 and is buried at Canada Farm Cemetery, His name is listed on the Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown War Memorial.

Thank you to Ken Burns for contributing this image.
Item added : 26th October 2018
by St Helens Local History & Archives
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