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The red Indians are on the march again... or at least members of the 1st Holme Valley Featured 00684 Image

The red Indians are on the march again... or at least members of the 1st Holme Valley

The red Indians are on the march again... or at least members of the 1st Holme Valley Torchlight Procession at the weekend. There were nearly 60 entries for this year's procession, including majorettes, brownies, cubs, guides, scouts and brass bands. There were also 30 floats, wagons and vintage cars. The cavalcade lead by special guests actor Bill Owen, who plays Compo, and producer Alan Bell, from the BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine - went from Holmfirth Drill Hall along the main road to Holmbridge. "It was the best procession we have had," said procession committee chairman Mr David Lewis. "It was out of this world." The floats all carried flaming torches supplied by Standard Fireworks and were decked out with fairy lights. Holmfirth and Meltham Lions made collections along the route, and raised a record £602.12. The profits will be distributed among youth groups and bands in the valley. 14th September 1986

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Two Huddersfield schoolboys, James Mosley (left) and Nathan Sykes Featured 00684 Image

Two Huddersfield schoolboys, James Mosley (left) and Nathan Sykes

Two Huddersfield schoolboys, James Mosley (left) and Nathan Sykes, will take part in Rugby League's mini War of the Roses at Headingly tomorrow. The match is an Under 12 curtain-raiser to the Rodstock county match between Yorkshire and Lancashire. James, from Rawthorpe High School, and Nathan from Royds Hall, will be used to the big match atmosphere for they were in the Huddersfield team which took part in the Under 11 curtain-raiser at Wembley last year. A former Royds Hall pupil taking part in the seniors match is Wigan Winger Henderson Gill, who will be making his Yorkshire debut. 13th September 1986

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A youngster who successfully underwent a heart operation has said 'thank you" Featured 00684 Image

A youngster who successfully underwent a heart operation has said "thank you"

A youngster who successfully underwent a heart operation has said "thank you" to surgeons at Killingbeck Hospital, Leeds. Joanne Bray, eight, and mother Sandra raised £70 for the hospital with a coffee day and raffle at their home at Honley. And Joanne is pictured with her savings account book - showing how much the money is raising interest for the hospital, too, until she can arrange to present it to staff. Joanne, a pupil at Honley Junior School, was admitted to the hospital at the end of June and eight days later had an operation to relieve a narrowing heart valve. And she became a television personality when she was filmed in the day-room for a Yorkshire TV documentary on the region's top hospital for treating health-related ailments. Her heart problem was diagnosed at a pre-School medical when she was five. She had been fitted with a device to prevent the valve narrowing, but recently it was found to be failing. Mrs Bray said, "The operation has been very successful and Joanne is able to do everything except competitive games. She enjoys dancing and attends ballet, tap and ballroom classes." 9th September 1986

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