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00625 Gallery

Choose from 59 pictures in our 00625 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Huddersfield Town goalie Steve Hardwick is ready and waiting for shots while Meltham Featured 00625 Image

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, to spend an hour scoring sponsored goals against Steve. He volunteered to tackle the event after hearing his mother, Jill talk about the Joyce Dunn appeal for an electric bed at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. Together with his pals in the team Robert, of Meltham, hopes to raise nearly £300 for the appeal, which was organised after Mrs Dunn was injured in a car accident in the village. Mrs Dunn's husband, Meltham Town Council member Alec Dunn, is also pictured. 9th June 1991

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Flying the flag... that's what Netherton Moor Cub pack is doing to celebrate Featured 00625 Image

Flying the flag... that's what Netherton Moor Cub pack is doing to celebrate

Flying the flag... that's what Netherton Moor Cub pack is doing to celebrate the movement's 75th birthday - and seen with the group's flag are (front, from left) nine-year-old twins Edward and James Broadbent and brothers Edward, 10 and Gareth Johns, eight. Also pictured are parents and Cub leaders Susan and Kevin Johns. Cubs across the country have been asked to design their own flag and then find unusual places to fly them. The Netherton flag is being flown from the Co-op building on New Street, one of the tallest in Huddersfield town centre. 24th June 1991

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Frank Brennan was a tough centre half who moved to Newcastle United from Airdrieonians Featured 00625 Image

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 and appeared on 351 occasions for the Magpies between 1946 and 1956.
Brennan moved into management after his playing retirement, initially with North Shields between 1956 and 1962, then in Singapore and Trinidad. He returned to North Shields in 1967 and helped them to victory in the 1969 FA Amateur Cup. He was appointed manager of Darlington in August 1971 but stayed in the post for only three months before joining South Shields in a coaching role in 1972.
(Picture) Frank Brennan manager of North Shields.
12th May 1972

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