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Images Dated 2nd March 1988

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Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, and Twiggy attending the launch of a

Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, and Twiggy attending the launch of a new charity to fund research using a new type of test - Tube Skin called Reconstructed Human Skin

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, and Twiggy attending the launch of a

Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, and Twiggy attending the launch of a new charity to fund research using a new type of test - Tube Skin called Reconstructed Human Skin

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Twiggy model actress March 1988

Twiggy model actress March 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: North Star steel drummer Kelvin Benjamin helps Sarah Stead play the soprano drum during

North Star steel drummer Kelvin Benjamin helps Sarah Stead play the soprano drum during the Kirklees multicultural festival. 2nd March 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Dunkirk veterans (from left) Mr Jim Chadwick, Capt Harold Dugdale

Dunkirk veterans (from left) Mr Jim Chadwick, Capt Harold Dugdale and Mr George Behan point out the beaches where men were picked up by a flotilla of ships

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: From left Mona Chan yu Chun, Velly Intan and Michelle Li Cho Man discuss a Chinese meal

From left Mona Chan yu Chun, Velly Intan and Michelle Li Cho Man discuss a Chinese meal with Mrs Anne Tinker, senior lecturer Food Preparation during the Kirklees multicultural festival

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Mrs Piala Ray takes the children through an Indian dance class during the Kirklees

Mrs Piala Ray takes the children through an Indian dance class during the Kirklees multicultural festival. 2nd March 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Martine Bochat (centre) gets a lesson on the sitar from Virendra Bhatt (left

Martine Bochat (centre) gets a lesson on the sitar from Virendra Bhatt (left) and Nicholas Proctor during the Kirklees multicultural festival. 2nd March 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Elizabeth Queen mother Prince Charles and the Queen 2nd march 1988

Elizabeth Queen mother Prince Charles and the Queen 2nd march 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Twiggy, model and actress, March 1988

Twiggy, model and actress, March 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, attending the launch of a new charity

Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, attending the launch of a new charity to fund research using a new type of test - Tube Skin called Reconstructed Human Skin. 2nd March 1988

Background imageImages Dated 2nd March 1988: Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, and Twiggy attending the launch of a

Viscount Whitelaw, often known as Willie Whitelaw, and Twiggy attending the launch of a new charity to fund research using a new type of test - Tube Skin called Reconstructed Human Skin


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