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Framed Print : Fighting to keep Britain beautiful are Holmfirth High School pupils (from left)

Fighting to keep Britain beautiful are Holmfirth High School pupils (from left)



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Fighting to keep Britain beautiful are Holmfirth High School pupils (from left)

Fighting to keep Britain beautiful are Holmfirth High School pupils (from left), Ben Steele, Jonathan Trollope, Robert Goddard, Simon Thompson, Penny Gibbins and Lorna Rees. Holme Valley Civic Society organised the clean-up, at Hays Wood, Thongsbridge, near Woodland estate. They cleared away a skipful of rubbish, including a bedstead and parts of cars. The work took a whole day, and organiser Mr Brian Cropper, of the Civic Society executive committee, estimated there was another four or five skipfuls of rubbish in the wood. He said he hoped to set up another clearing session soon. 20th June 1985

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Huddersfield Examiner Archive
Mirrorpix
United Kingdom

Media ID 21694238

© Mirrorpix

Clean Environment Nature Rubbish Skip Teenagers Woodland Tidy Tidying


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Bring a piece of local history into your home with this stunning framed print from Media Storehouse's collection by Memory Lane Prints. Featuring the inspiring image of Holmfirth High School pupils, Ben Steele, Jonathan Trollope, Robert Goddard, Simon Thompson, Penny Gibbins, and Lorna Rees, who are shown 'Fighting to keep Britain beautiful.' This timeless photograph captures the spirit of community and determination. The high-quality print is beautifully framed, adding an elegant touch to any room. Order yours today and be inspired by the courage and dedication of these young individuals.

Premium Paradise Wooden Range A2 Premium Poster Frame (62x45cm) with A3 Poster (42x30cm) and mounted behind a white matt board to make your photo really stand out. FSC Certified and Rainforest Alliance Certified for environmental, social, and economic sustainably. High transparency tempered glass window with a smooth finished frame. Great for filling empty walls, decorating blank spaces, or creating eye-catching gallery walls. Frames arrive ready to hang. Sent with secure, protective packaging. Smooth wooden veneer mimics the real wood look and feel with ultra-durable scratch resistance tempered glass.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 40.4cm x 40.4cm (15.9" x 15.9")

Estimated Product Size is 62cm x 44.6cm (24.4" x 17.6")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this photo print, we see a group of determined Holmfirth High School pupils fighting to keep Britain beautiful. From left to right, Ben Steele, Jonathan Trollope, Robert Goddard, Simon Thompson, Penny Gibbins and Lorna Rees stand united in their mission. The Holme Valley Civic Society organized a clean-up at Hays Wood in Thongsbridge near the Woodland estate. With unwavering dedication, these teenagers cleared away an astonishing amount of rubbish that had been carelessly discarded. Among the items they found were a bedstead and various car parts. It was no small task as it took them an entire day to complete the cleanup. Brian Cropper, a member of the Civic Society executive committee and organizer of this event, estimated that there was still four or five skipfuls worth of rubbish remaining in the wood. Undeterred by this daunting prospect, he expressed his hope for another clearing session in the near future. This powerful image captures not only their hard work but also their commitment to preserving nature and protecting our environment. These young individuals are shining examples of responsible citizenship and serve as an inspiration for others to follow suit. Taken on June 20th in 1985 during the vibrant era of the 1980s, this photograph is a testament to youth activism and community spirit. Let us remember their efforts as we strive towards creating a cleaner and more sustainable world for generations to come.

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