Bude Pavilion

During the 1960s I was an agent and manager of ‘pop’ bands and visited Bude on several occasions.
The proprietors of The Pavillion at that time were a couple and their son (adopted I believe)
The lady was wheelchair bound and the husband was a garage owner who restored classic cars.
The son was the dance hall manager.
Unfortunately, I cannot remember their names but they were a lovely family and I do remember that if there was ever any trouble in the dance hall the lady sorted it out! No messing with her for sure.

3 Comments

  • Mrs J C Adams says:

    “Pop” and Mrs Herbert ran the Headland Pavilion in my day. Their son was Peter Herbert, a boatman, his wife was Gwen and they maybe had a son and a daughter.
    The lady in the wheelchair was a ‘Herbert’ and was married to David Currie who ran a garage as well as looking after his wife. Their son, Paul,who I know, would probably be able to fill you in with more

  • Keith says:

    Mr/Mrs Curry

  • Maggie Stanbury says:

    Dave and his wife. Sadly he died quite a few years ago but his wife now 90+still lives at Sensham Farm Marhamchurch. Dave drove us to our wedding reception in one of his restored cars in 1986, a lovely guy!!

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