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The girl on the right, very front row, is Lilah Wildgoose (born 1895) from New Close Farm. She married James Litle (not Little), and their son, John, became vicar of Brassington.
Doris Mosley's parents are on the back row. Her mother Edith, nee Taylor, is 4th from the left. Next but one to her, i.e. 6th from the left and tall-ish, is Doris's father - Frederick Benjamin Wildgoose, born 1880. (They married in 1909).
The lady in front of Frederick and slightly to the right, wearing a dark hat, was a Wildgoose.
In the middle of row 2: 5th from left and wearing a bowler hat, is Arthur Bowler. The lady with her arm in front of him is his wife.
The small woman 4th left, at the other side of Arthur Bowler (with a feather in her hat) is Muriel Wildgoose (she never married).
The two women standing far left are the 'Cook ladies'.