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00625 Collection

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Background image00625 Collection: Comedian Rik Mayall and his son Sidney pulling funny faces. 12th September 1998

Comedian Rik Mayall and his son Sidney pulling funny faces. 12th September 1998

Background image00625 Collection: The ghost of Washingtons past - pit gear rises from the new growth of the town

The ghost of Washingtons past - pit gear rises from the new growth of the town. 31st March 1973

Background image00625 Collection: Playwright and author Elaine Morgan. 29th March 1974

Playwright and author Elaine Morgan. 29th March 1974

Background image00625 Collection: The main entrance of the new Woolco store at Washington New Town has electrically

The main entrance of the new Woolco store at Washington New Town has electrically operated doors - just like a modern airport. This picture shows part of the vast parking area. 28th May 1973

Background image00625 Collection: Working with Welephant... West Yorkshire Fire Service

Working with Welephant... West Yorkshire Fire Services safety conscious friend visited Rowley Hill playgroup. The visit was arranged by care trainee Clair Hannam

Background image00625 Collection: Summer spectacular... these Newsome youngsters entered the fashion world for two days to

Summer spectacular... these Newsome youngsters entered the fashion world for two days to take part in the annual Newsome High School fashion show

Background image00625 Collection: You put your right arm out... Pc David Wetton shows pupils at Lowerhouses C of E Junior

You put your right arm out... Pc David Wetton shows pupils at Lowerhouses C of E Junior, Infant and Nursery School how to make a right turn on their bicycles

Background image00625 Collection: Play pennies... these children wrote the name of their playgroup with coins instead of a

Play pennies... these children wrote the name of their playgroup with coins instead of a pen. More than 20 children from Meltham Mills Church Playgroup collected 1

Background image00625 Collection: A group of Lepton youngsters have raised £17 for Huddersfield

A group of Lepton youngsters have raised £17 for Huddersfield
A group of Lepton youngsters have raised £ 17 for Huddersfields Wish Project by organising their own jumble sale. The money will go to the projects hostel for homeless women in the town

Background image00625 Collection: Huddersfield Town goalie Steve Hardwick is ready and waiting for shots while Meltham

Huddersfield Town goalie Steve Hardwick is ready and waiting for shots while Meltham Under-11 team lines up. Eight-year-old Robert Yarker arranged for the team, which he trains with

Background image00625 Collection: We are the champions... Scholes Junior and Infants School under-nine rugby team won

We are the champions... Scholes Junior and Infants School under-nine rugby team won a mini-competition organised by Underbank Rugby League Club

Background image00625 Collection: Bamber Gascoigne, TV personality and his wife at home in Notting Hill

Bamber Gascoigne, TV personality and his wife at home in Notting Hill. 29th September 1966

Background image00625 Collection: Precious pennies... Michael Dempsey adds one more coin to a chain of cash that went

Precious pennies... Michael Dempsey adds one more coin to a chain of cash that went across Hepworth to celebrate the villages feast

Background image00625 Collection: Sock it to them... Pupils at Ashbrow Junior School, who have been helping Romanian

Sock it to them... Pupils at Ashbrow Junior School, who have been helping Romanian orphans. Class six held a fun day with a variety of fund-raising events

Background image00625 Collection: Three-year-old Timothy Stephenson crammed 113 objects in a matchbox to beat other members

Three-year-old Timothy Stephenson crammed 113 objects in a matchbox to beat other members of Quarry Hill pre-school Playgroup, pictured, in a competition to raise funds

Background image00625 Collection: Flying the flag... thats what Netherton Moor Cub pack is doing to celebrate

Flying the flag... thats what Netherton Moor Cub pack is doing to celebrate the movements 75th birthday - and seen with the groups flag are (front)

Background image00625 Collection: Junior health freaks!... Pupils of Kirkroyds Infants school took part in a sponsored

Junior health freaks!... Pupils of Kirkroyds Infants school took part in a sponsored bounce as part of an organised Health Day

Background image00625 Collection: These Huddersfield Cubs made sure their commemorative flag was going places by flying it

These Huddersfield Cubs made sure their commemorative flag was going places by flying it high up on a double-decker bus. The Woodhouse pack took up a challenge to design

Background image00625 Collection: Playaway... pictured are some of the 20 children from all over Kirklees who enjoyed a

Playaway... pictured are some of the 20 children from all over Kirklees who enjoyed a play day at Mount Pleasant Sports Centre, Lockwood, organised by Helen Robinson

Background image00625 Collection: Dragon Slayers at Bradley Junior School put on a production of a traditional English play

Dragon Slayers at Bradley Junior School put on a production of a traditional English play. The Pace-Egg play, which tells the story of St George and the dragon, dates back to the 17th century

Background image00625 Collection: Captain beaky... the more-than-life-sized puffin swooped into the Children

Captain beaky... the more-than-life-sized puffin swooped into the Childrens Bookshop at Lindley to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Puffin company, which publishes childrens books

Background image00625 Collection: The Medieval street called the Shambles, in York, North Yorkshire. January 1939

The Medieval street called the Shambles, in York, North Yorkshire. January 1939

Background image00625 Collection: Cash for the Kurds... Students taking the certificate in pre-vocational education at

Cash for the Kurds... Students taking the certificate in pre-vocational education at Huddersfield Technical College have raised £ 100 for the Save the Children Fund Kurdish Children Appeal

Background image00625 Collection: A member of the Royal Army Physical Training Corps gives Mr Jacob Epstein

A member of the Royal Army Physical Training Corps gives Mr Jacob Epstein, the famous sculptor, a private in the Jewish battalion of the Royal Fusiliers basic training in the use of the bayonet

Background image00625 Collection: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother leaving Readheads shipyard, South Shields

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother leaving Readheads shipyard, South Shields, 8th April 1943

Background image00625 Collection: Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth watch a welding process in a Tyneside

Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth watch a welding process in a Tyneside ship repairing yard, during their surprise visit to the North East. 19th June 1941

Background image00625 Collection: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother talking to a shipyard worker

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother talking to a shipyard worker, during her visit to the North, 9th April 1943

Background image00625 Collection: Bamber Gascoigne, TV personality, portrait at home. 1st November 1966

Bamber Gascoigne, TV personality, portrait at home. 1st November 1966

Background image00625 Collection: Stockton Riverside Festival 1994, an annual outdoor arts festival in Stockton-on-Tees

Stockton Riverside Festival 1994, an annual outdoor arts festival in Stockton-on-Tees, England. 1st July 1994. Preparations ahead of festival

Background image00625 Collection: Frank Brennan was a tough centre half who moved to Newcastle United from Airdrieonians

Frank Brennan was a tough centre half who moved to Newcastle United from Airdrieonians for 7, 500 in 1946. He made his debut for the club against Millwall in August 1946

Background image00625 Collection: Just a small portion of the massive new Woolco store at Washington New Town - the tyre

Just a small portion of the massive new Woolco store at Washington New Town - the tyre service station. 27th May 1973

Background image00625 Collection: Baby Stephanie Higgins (shown on photograph) died on a operating table

Baby Stephanie Higgins (shown on photograph) died on a operating table, her mother blames it on a hormone pregnancy test. 17th February 1980

Background image00625 Collection: Tomorrow, North Housing Groups first new build

Tomorrow, North Housing Groups first new build scheme will be completed at Blackfell, Washington New Town. The occasion will be marked at 2.30pm by a tree planting ceremony

Background image00625 Collection: Quite a Key of the door party was in store for Roy

Quite a Key of the door party was in store for Roy and Evelyn Gilbert when they went round their new home yesterday. As a result of the terraced house in Raby Road, Ox Close, Washington, being 10

Background image00625 Collection: New homes and childrens play area at Glebe Village, Washington. 26th January 1977

New homes and childrens play area at Glebe Village, Washington. 26th January 1977

Background image00625 Collection: GOAL - Ian Stewart volleys home Newcastles first last night. 16th April 1986

GOAL - Ian Stewart volleys home Newcastles first last night. 16th April 1986

Background image00625 Collection: Split level housing at Donwell Village, Washington. 3rd May 1972

Split level housing at Donwell Village, Washington. 3rd May 1972

Background image00625 Collection: A specially designed coal-fired boiler house servicing 673 flats in Edith Avenue Estate

A specially designed coal-fired boiler house servicing 673 flats in Edith Avenue Estate, Washington New Town. It supplies central heating and hot water through three boilers using 3

Background image00625 Collection: Building new homes at Washington New Town. The industry needs much more activity of this

Building new homes at Washington New Town. The industry needs much more activity of this sort. 14th June 1978

Background image00625 Collection: Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders with his team, receives the Evening Mail Sports

Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders with his team, receives the Evening Mail Sports Personality of the Month award from April

Background image00625 Collection: Mrs Elsie Hedley, pictured outside her space age home in Thetford

Mrs Elsie Hedley, pictured outside her space age home in Thetford, Glebe Village, Washington. The homes, designed with the intention of keeping energy consumption to a minimum

Background image00625 Collection: QPR winger Ian Stewart signed a two-year contract with Newcastle United today after

QPR winger Ian Stewart signed a two-year contract with Newcastle United today after acting manager Willie McFaul had clinched a £ 150, 000 deal

Background image00625 Collection: Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders with the Manager of the Year trophy. Circa August 1981

Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders with the Manager of the Year trophy. Circa August 1981

Background image00625 Collection: Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders and Captain Denis Mortimer celebrating with champagne

Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders and Captain Denis Mortimer celebrating with champagne after the match against Arsenal. Though they lost 2-0 to Arsenal, they won the League Championship Trophy

Background image00625 Collection: Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders celebrating Aston Villa winning the League Cup Final

Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders celebrating Aston Villa winning the League Cup Final, throwing champagne into the crowd. 2nd March 1975

Background image00625 Collection: Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders, kitted out in training gear

Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders, kitted out in training gear, prepares to board the team coach taking his Aston Villa players on their first day of training

Background image00625 Collection: Playwright and author Elaine Morgan. Elaine, who lives in Mountain Ash

Playwright and author Elaine Morgan. Elaine, who lives in Mountain Ash, will give a lecture entitled Women and Society, during the BBC Wales Radio 4 27th Annual Lecture

Background image00625 Collection: Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders with the League Championship Trophy

Aston Villa Manager Ron Saunders with the League Championship Trophy, showing it to supporters in Birmingham City Centre. 3rd May 1981



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