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Oyez! Holmfirth town crier Malcolm Bates spreads the news about the T shirt designers

Oyez! Holmfirth town crier Malcolm Bates spreads the news about the T shirt designers


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Oyez! Holmfirth town crier Malcolm Bates spreads the news about the T shirt designers

Oyez! Holmfirth town crier Malcolm Bates spreads the news about the T shirt designers, seen sporting their creations outside the civic hall. EThe children spent a morning working on their designs using fabric paints and crayons. EThere was also a disco when prizes were awarded for Ea from competition run at the village postcard museum. EThe events were the last to be organized by senior holmfirth librarian Jenny Brook, who is moving to another position. 29th August 1991

Huddersfield Examiner Archive
Mirrorpix
United Kingdom
HUDD 91 6598

Media ID 21702520

© Mirrorpix

All Our Yesterdays Drawing Greetings Huddersfield0991 Schoolchildren Supplement


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In this photo print, we see the vibrant town crier of Holmfirth, Malcolm Bates, spreading exciting news about the talented T-shirt designers. Standing outside the majestic civic hall, Malcolm proudly showcases his own unique creation while sporting one of the eye-catching designs made by these young artists. The children spent a delightful morning immersed in their creative process, using fabric paints and crayons to bring their imaginative ideas to life. Their enthusiasm and skill are evident in every stroke and color choice displayed on their T-shirts. To celebrate their remarkable achievements, a lively disco was organized where prizes were awarded for outstanding designs. This competition had been run at the village postcard museum and garnered immense participation from enthusiastic schoolchildren. It is worth noting that these events marked an important milestone as they were orchestrated by senior Holmfirth librarian Jenny Brook. However, bittersweetly, this occasion also served as her farewell before she embarked on a new professional journey elsewhere. This nostalgic photograph transports us back to August 29th, 1991 when creativity flourished among children in Holmfirth. It captures not only their artistic prowess but also reflects the spirit of community engagement and celebration that defined this era. As we delve into "all our yesterdays" let us cherish these timeless memories etched forever in Huddersfield Examiner Archive's Memory Lane Prints collection.

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