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The director of the theatre continued to be Bill Brind until he was succeeded by Capt.

Ken Hornsey who steered it through some difficult times during his tour of office at Didcot Depot.

Councillor Brian Yoxall raised the matter at a meeting of Woodstock Town Council yesterday evening.

He said: “The most crucial factor affecting the availability of on-street parking in the town centre is the lack of regular enforcement and it is the view of some that a tighter regime could solve the problems currently encountered.

Then a one-to-two hour stay would cost £1, a two-to-three hour stay £2, a three-to-four hour stay £3, and so on.

Mr Yoxall continued: “Such a system would still be attractive for short-stay shoppers whilst creating revenue to offset the cost of enforcement.” The calls to introduce charges have been met with some objection in the town by those who fear it will drive shoppers away.

AS I mentioned in my first part of the History of the Barn Theatre, a production of Under Milk Wood in 1958 kept the group busy with a full cast.

That cast included three members of the same family taking different parts, namely Dorothy, Jim and Joan Willis, playing Lily Smalls, PC Attila Rees and Rosie Probert, respectively.

They were Mildred Cox (nee Hubbard), John Abbott, Tony Whitmarsh and Windsor (Wyn) Spinks.

Other married couples had also been introduced to each other during their acting days.

Following the success of obtaining the premises that The Barn Theatre sorely needed, the group went on to have a fulfilling and rewarding 27 years entertaining the local audiences.

The first production in the new Barn Theatre building was a play entitled 'Britannia of Billingsgate' (Bill Brind is centre front row), and rehearsals were actually held while the theatre was being built.

Plays were being produced regularly to good audience numbers, often being a sell-out on a Friday night. During all this time, the group had been supported by 'Friends of the Barn Theatre Club' a group of people who were willing to arrange whist drives, jumble sales and fairs for theatre funds.