(L-R) Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan, the original Goons, back together again for the first time in 12 years, especially for the BBC's 50th anniversary celebrations. * 11/4/2001: Comedy legend Sir Harry died Wednesday April 11, 2001, his daughter Jenny Secombe has said. 29/05/01: Andrew Secombe, the son of the late comic Sir Harry revives some of his father's funniest moments as BBC Radio 2 celebrates the Goon Show's 50th birthday. Andrew said his father would be chuckling in heaven after he stepped in to fill his shoes for the programme. 27/02/02: Spike Milligan died early today at his home in Sussex, his agent said.
Bowles Mountaineering Gymnasium - Bridge, Sussex
Bowles Mountaineering Gymnasium, Bridge, Sussex, which was established as a introductory climbing and outdoor pursuit training centre. Among the courses run at the centre are courses designed to assist young people develop skill needed for the Duke of Edinburgh scheme. Image shows boys from Manor Court Youth Club receiving instruction from Warden of the centre, Charles Ryland.
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Entertainment - Royal Artillery's 250th Anniversary Rally - Harry Secombe - Duke of York's Headquarters, London
'Goon' Harry Secombe, chairman of the Artistes' Branch of the Royal Artillery Association, seals his ears against the blast as he "fires" a model 105mm howitzer to the amusement of Sergeant Toni Haswell (left) and Corporal Ann Mathews, of the W.R.A.C. Harry Secombe served with the Royal Artillery during the Second World War. * Mr Secombe held a press conference at the Duke of York's Headquarters in Chelsea, London, to announce arrangements for the Royal Artillery's 250th anniversary rally on July 9 at the Royal Festival Hall in London. The rally will include an all-star variety show.