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00658 Collection

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Background image00658 Collection: A service takes place at Guisborough Priory. 18th May 1975

A service takes place at Guisborough Priory. 18th May 1975

Background image00658 Collection: Guisborough Priory, North Yorkshire, circa 1963

Guisborough Priory, North Yorkshire, circa 1963

Background image00658 Collection: Miners wait outside of the Pavilion at Porthcawl, for the annual NUM South Wales miners

Miners wait outside of the Pavilion at Porthcawl, for the annual NUM South Wales miners conference, Porthcawl, Bridgend, South Wales, 1st May 1962

Background image00658 Collection: Church Street in Guisborough. Circa 1951

Church Street in Guisborough. Circa 1951

Background image00658 Collection: Norman Edwards, from Sutton Coldfield, aged 92. Former chairman

Norman Edwards, from Sutton Coldfield, aged 92. Former chairman and managing director of the Metropolitan Cammell Carriage and Wagon Co Ltd, is also a vereran of the First World War

Background image00658 Collection: People shopping in Guisborough. 20th April 1972

People shopping in Guisborough. 20th April 1972

Background image00658 Collection: This row of buildings in Westgate, Guisborough, North Yorkshire

This row of buildings in Westgate, Guisborough, North Yorkshire, from the stone built house on the right to the far Co-Operative shop have been added by the department of Environment to the towns

Background image00658 Collection: Cottages are being demolished in Northgate (pictured) and Patten Lane, Guisborough

Cottages are being demolished in Northgate (pictured) and Patten Lane, Guisborough. The old stone-built cottages, with their red pantile roofs and chimney stacks built of small bricks

Background image00658 Collection: Westgate, Guisborough High Street, North Yorkshire. 15th December 1977

Westgate, Guisborough High Street, North Yorkshire. 15th December 1977

Background image00658 Collection: Part of the history of Guisborough is being given new life

Part of the history of Guisborough is being given new life. The old-fashioned cobbles, are being relaid only a short distance from the towns market cross

Background image00658 Collection: Among up to the minute shopping facilities, Guisborough preserves its historic link

Among up to the minute shopping facilities, Guisborough preserves its historic link. 10th September 1962

Background image00658 Collection: Shops at Howlbeck Road, Guisborough. 1st October 1954

Shops at Howlbeck Road, Guisborough. 1st October 1954

Background image00658 Collection: Guisborough Market. 20th August 1968

Guisborough Market. 20th August 1968

Background image00658 Collection: A touch of the ancient among the modern at Guisborough is this packhorse-type bridge over

A touch of the ancient among the modern at Guisborough is this packhorse-type bridge over a stream near the Stump Cross housing development

Background image00658 Collection: Patten Lane, a stones throw from the The Market Cross, will be demolished as part of

Patten Lane, a stones throw from the The Market Cross, will be demolished as part of Guisborough Urban Councils scheme of housing development in the Northgate area, North Yorkshire. 20th January 1972

Background image00658 Collection: Westgate, Guisborough, North Yorkshire. 1st October 1954

Westgate, Guisborough, North Yorkshire. 1st October 1954

Background image00658 Collection: The five-year-old conservation area at Guisborough, of which Westgate (pictured

The five-year-old conservation area at Guisborough, of which Westgate (pictured) is the heart, North Yorkshire. 16th December 1977

Background image00658 Collection: Guisborough Parish Church, St Nicholas Church. 20th April 1972

Guisborough Parish Church, St Nicholas Church. 20th April 1972

Background image00658 Collection: Dennis Skinner MP of the Labour Party in his office at House of Commons, London 1997

Dennis Skinner MP of the Labour Party in his office at House of Commons, London 1997

Background image00658 Collection: Crowds listening to Maurice Cerullo, an American pentecostal televangelist during his

Crowds listening to Maurice Cerullo, an American pentecostal televangelist during his Mission to London at Earls Court, London. 21st June 1992

Background image00658 Collection: Maurice Cerullo, an American pentecostal televangelist during his

Maurice Cerullo, an American pentecostal televangelist during his Mission to London at Earls Court, London. 21st June 1992

Background image00658 Collection: There was sporting action to suit all tastes during the Kirklees Summer Festival at

There was sporting action to suit all tastes during the Kirklees Summer Festival at Greenhead Park. Captains Andrew Bissett (Upperthong) and Russell Evans (Lindley)

Background image00658 Collection: The dog with a waggiest tail, the friendliest face and best legs went on show at

The dog with a waggiest tail, the friendliest face and best legs went on show at Greenhead Park today for the annual Exemption Dog Show

Background image00658 Collection: A steady hand and a keen eye is needed in the potato and spoon race at Holme Valley

A steady hand and a keen eye is needed in the potato and spoon race at Holme Valley Sunday Schools sports day, with from left: Holly Scrimshaw, Sarah Bell, Ryan Morrie and Edward Williams

Background image00658 Collection: Three winners of Keep Britain Tidy competitions were rewarded for the litter free ideas

Three winners of Keep Britain Tidy competitions were rewarded for the litter free ideas when they visited Huddersfield fire station

Background image00658 Collection: The dolphins at Marineland, Morecambe, were on display toady as they worked with their

The dolphins at Marineland, Morecambe, were on display toady as they worked with their trainer Peter Williams. For an hour they played with a rubber ball

Background image00658 Collection: Sisters Susan (4) Hazel (3) McKinley of Leasowe, Wirral

Sisters Susan (4) Hazel (3) McKinley of Leasowe, Wirral, complete with Easter bonnets and a fistful of candyfloss on prom at New Brighton, Merseyside. 1st April 1959

Background image00658 Collection: Some 90 children ready to set off on a trip to Lightwater Valley

Some 90 children ready to set off on a trip to Lightwater Valley. The event was organized by Cambridge road baths and Huddersfield sports centre

Background image00658 Collection: This party of scouts, venture scouts and leaders from the 43rd Crosland Moor group left

This party of scouts, venture scouts and leaders from the 43rd Crosland Moor group left Huddersfield for a fortnights holiday in Belgium. The 19 strong group, under group leader Mr

Background image00658 Collection: These youngsters decided take the dogs for a walk-for cash

These youngsters decided take the dogs for a walk-for cash. A dozen youngsters took part in New Mill Sunday Schools sponsored dog walk-and with them was the Vicar, the Rev

Background image00658 Collection: It was dads turn to look after the kids while mum relaxed

It was dads turn to look after the kids while mum relaxed, and expert nappy changer here is Gerald Perkins (36) of Eccles, Manchester

Background image00658 Collection: Easter Monday holiday crowds at the entrance to Tower Grounds, New Brighton, Merseyside

Easter Monday holiday crowds at the entrance to Tower Grounds, New Brighton, Merseyside. 1st April 1959

Background image00658 Collection: They re off wheelchair competitors at the Junior Great North Run, , left to right

They re off wheelchair competitors at the Junior Great North Run, , left to right
They re off.. wheelchair competitors at the Junior Great North Run, , left to right, Lee Eckland, 14, Forest Hall, Marcus Waugh, 15, Castle Eden and Koiysor Choudbury, 14, from Tynemouth

Background image00658 Collection: These children from Aldonley, Almondbury, enjoyed a 'play day'

These children from Aldonley, Almondbury, enjoyed a "play day"
These children from Aldonley, Almondbury, enjoyed a " play day" -courtesy of the National Childrens Centre, currently touring the Huddersfield area during the summer holidays

Background image00658 Collection: Setting off on a sponsored walk from Rodger Lane are youngsters

Setting off on a sponsored walk from Rodger Lane are youngsters and residents of the Ashenhurst area of Newsome. Money raised from the walk will go to the local tenants association

Background image00658 Collection: Showing some of the goods at a charity jumble sale on Saturday are (from left

Showing some of the goods at a charity jumble sale on Saturday are (from left) Elizabeth Waite, Janine Brown, Catherine McAleese and Lisa and Tracey Moore

Background image00658 Collection: The manager of Royds Hall sports centre, Mr. Gary Charlesworth (left

The manager of Royds Hall sports centre, Mr. Gary Charlesworth (left) with winners of the treasure hunt, held as part of the summer play scheme. Mr

Background image00658 Collection: A sea of faces at the mass start of the Junior Great North Run in Gateshead

A sea of faces at the mass start of the Junior Great North Run in Gateshead. 20th June 1987

Background image00658 Collection: A worker on a hop farm in Sussex. Circa 1935

A worker on a hop farm in Sussex. Circa 1935

Background image00658 Collection: Librarian Mrs. Enid Blackburn reads to some of the children who attended a story time

Librarian Mrs. Enid Blackburn reads to some of the children who attended a story time event at Slaithwaithe library. " Seaside holiday" was the theme of the event

Background image00658 Collection: More than 30 young golf fanatics took part in a fun day for beginners at Marsden

More than 30 young golf fanatics took part in a fun day for beginners at Marsden yesterday. The organiser, Ceddie Beaumont, is pictured (front left) with the youngest player

Background image00658 Collection: Playing the 'planet game'at a rain soaked Brighouse Fun Day were (from left

Playing the "planet game"at a rain soaked Brighouse Fun Day were (from left
Playing the " planet game" at a rain soaked Brighouse Fun Day were (from left) Craig Leitch, Emily Stevenson and Joanna Dawson

Background image00658 Collection: Ready for take off-these youngsters were among a group of some 25 children flying home

Ready for take off-these youngsters were among a group of some 25 children flying home made kites at Castle Hill as part of a play scheme organized by the National Childrens Centre of Longroyd

Background image00658 Collection: Workers on stilts stringing hop poles in Sussex. Circa 1935

Workers on stilts stringing hop poles in Sussex. Circa 1935

Background image00658 Collection: Clowning about... The circus came to town yesterday, at least it seemed so when clowns

Clowning about... The circus came to town yesterday, at least it seemed so when clowns, tightrope walkers and flying trapeze artists turned up at Colne Valley High School

Background image00658 Collection: Lee-on-Solent golf course, Hampshire. 3rd September 1961

Lee-on-Solent golf course, Hampshire. 3rd September 1961

Background image00658 Collection: Holiday makers enjoy the Swimming and Paddling Pools at Trecco Bay, Porthcawl, Bridgend

Holiday makers enjoy the Swimming and Paddling Pools at Trecco Bay, Porthcawl, Bridgend, South Wales, 28th July 1979

Background image00658 Collection: Holiday makers enjoy the Swimming Pool at the Sun Centre, Trecco Bay, Porthcawl, Bridgend

Holiday makers enjoy the Swimming Pool at the Sun Centre, Trecco Bay, Porthcawl, Bridgend, South Wales, 21st July 1989



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