2) 1994 DCCC AGM – Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire


William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) was born at Stratford-upon-Avon in a house in Henley Street.
This is preserved intact. His mother, Mary Arden, was one of the daughters of Robert Arden,
a yeoman farmer of Wilmcote: his father, John Shakespeare, was a glover
and wool dealer of good standing who held the office of Bailiff of the Borough in 1568.
From the age of seven to about 14, he attended Stratford Grammar School receiving an excellent well rounded education.
At the age of 18 Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, who was seven years his senior and three months pregnant.
She was of ‘yeoman’ stock – her family owned a farm one mile west of Stratford in Shottery.
He endured her until he could stand it no longer and fled to London to become an actor.
He then became actor-manager and part-owner in the Blackfriars and afterwards the Globe Theatres.


Friday 23rd September till Sunday 25th September 1994
DCCC AGM at Stratford-Upon-Avon,

Event at the site
To celebrate for our DCCC 20th anniversary at the hall in the evening on Saturday 24th September.
The AGM was on Sunday 25th September at 10am.

1994 pitch Address
The Elms Camp
Tiddington Road
CV37 7AB

Now renew name
Riverside Stratford-upon-Avon

Riverside Stratford-upon-Avon

Map / Direction
CV37 7AB

Richard Gardner

All committees

£5.00 per unit per night.

Full facilities.

Place of interest
William Shakespeare Theatre, shopping, boat trips.


Archived galleries photos
To be followed


(PLEASE if you have any archived photos for above to be published, please send your copied photos to dcccuk@googlemail.com)


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