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Partington Community Centre

DECORUM : A 1970s rock band from Partington, Trafford, Manchester M31

Band Promotion Photo with
To Phil from friend & singer Gordon Healer.

Best Concert : Grappenhall Rock Party, Grappenhall, Warrington in May 1973.

Decorum grew out of the bedlem of local Broadoak Comprehensive School.
Doing their own songs, covering Free, and other 70s Rock & Progressive bands.

The band name 'Decorum' derived from Broadoak teacher Dave Jones, shouting he wanted 'decorum' in the classroom.

It is not known how they got this gig..
But Decorum played at the London Palladium backing Gene Pitney and Bonny Tyler.

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