Ron Lines: "Taken on the flight deck of HMS Triumph in Mombasa Christmas 1971. Tucked myself on to the end of the line when I saw them line up for a photo,Yes I am the handsome looking one on the end with longish hair. NO NO the one in the shorts not the dress.Got my arm round Dee Dee Wilde.The blonde on the far left is Flick Colby who died just recently.The blonde in the middle is Babs Lord. They were famous for their dance routines on Top of The Pops."
"Here are the girls of Pan's People helping me celebrate the opening of Dance Attic Studios. From Left to right Louise,(me in white) Ruth, Babs and Cherry. In 1992, myself and Andrew bought The Old Fulham Baths, and turned them into dance and rehearsal studios. We officially opened on January the 4th 1994. Even years after The Dance Attic was well established, we would still get the occasional old dear, shuffling in with a towel and a piece of soap to have a bath!"
Five Go Down To The Beach:
"First picture on my website of Pan's People at the seaside. here in Brighton, doing a convention. Don't know what for, but probably to promote the dodgy trucks we're standing on. Date you may ask? About 1974. Left to Right : Cherry Gillespie, Me, Louise Clark, Babs Lord, Ruth Pearson."
Pan's People - Shop Opening - West Ham, London 1972
"Pan's People, the six dancers who appear in 'Top of the Pops', were chosen by customers of Granditers menswear shops to the opening ceremony when the group opened a new branch in High Street North, West Ham."