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Family living at Hulme Crescents, a housing development situated in the Hulme district of Featured 01031 Image

Family living at Hulme Crescents, a housing development situated in the Hulme district of

Family living at Hulme Crescents, a housing development situated in the Hulme district of Manchester, England, 9th November 1973. The scheme was the largest public housing development in Europe, encompassing 3,284 deck-access homes and capacity for over 13,000 people. It gained notoriety as one of the worst public housing schemes in British history and was marred by serious construction and design errors. The problems were so bad the large housing scheme was short-lived and demolition on The Crescents began in 1991 - just 19 years after it was constructed in 1972. Our picture shows, The Passman Family, Robert, Mary and daughter Jacqueline aged 16 months

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Linda Ramshaw aged 9, of Crookhill, County Durham, who has a holiday problem Featured 01031 Image

Linda Ramshaw aged 9, of Crookhill, County Durham, who has a holiday problem

Linda Ramshaw aged 9, of Crookhill, County Durham, who has a holiday problem. Linda is the owner of Tony, a pony and Roy, a 13 stone St. Bernard dog. She will leave her pony with her grandparents when she goes on holiday but insists that Roy goes with her, now the problem arises of finding accommodation that will take her 13 stone pet. 20th July 1962

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Six-year-old Tony Wood of Swanscombe, Kent, has a disability and is learning to walk Featured 01031 Image

Six-year-old Tony Wood of Swanscombe, Kent, has a disability and is learning to walk

Six-year-old Tony Wood of Swanscombe, Kent, has a disability and is learning to walk, and now he has a pal to go on his walks too. On the ATV programme Slater's Bazaar John Slater told viewers he wanted to find a home for a Beagle pup and invited viewers to give a reason why they should be chosen. His father, Harold Wood, wrote that his boy was only just learning to use his legs and thought a puppy trotting ahead would spur him on. Tony has named the pup Bimbo after the ambulance driver who takes him for treatment at Gravesend Hospital. 15th July 1957

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