Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame



Full review of the evening
reprinted in the Everton Fanzine - Speke from the Harbour
Issue No.29 April 1999
(thanks to the Editor, Mark Staniford)

The Book
Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame

David France

Bobby Collins (1958-1962) and Tommy Eglington (1946-1957)

L-R:  Dave Hickson's quiff, Tommy Jones (1950-61), Brian Harris (Standing), Tommy Eglington, Bobby Collins
(standing to the right of Brian Harris is David France (author of the book and man behind the event) and above them on the top table, Bill Kenwright).

Adrian Heath

Dave Hickson

L-R:  Peter Reid signs an autograph for John Hurst, while Howard Kendall and Gary Stevens look on.
(Bill Kenwright in the white shirt, standing to the right).

Peter Reid and Gary Stevens

Derek Temple, scorer of the winning goal in the 1966 Cup Final

Derek Temple, scorer of the winning goal in the 1966 Cup Final, pictured with the shirt he wore on that day.
He donated it to the auction for the Alder Hey Children's Hospital - it went for £2,500.

L-R:  Peter Reid, Gary Stevens, Trevor Steven, Dave Watson
(also on the table not pictured - Kevin Ratcliffe, Adrian Heath, Graeme Sharp, Mike Lyons).
On the top table behind them, Walter Smith chats to Neville Smith  (author of the TV play 'The Golden Vision').

Ray Wilson, the only Everton player in the England World Cup Winning team.

And for fans of the 'Hotel' TV documetary featuring the Adelphi Hotel,
here's Brian the Assistant Manager (catchphrase: "Just cook will yer!")
and Hotel Manager Eileen Downey who hosted part of the evening's events,
including part of the auction.

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