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Choose from 75 pictures in our 00702 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.


Cardiff Zoo owner Mr George Palmer, took his Bengal tigress Kali to the annual meeting of Featured 00702 Image

Cardiff Zoo owner Mr George Palmer, took his Bengal tigress Kali to the annual meeting of

Cardiff Zoo owner Mr George Palmer, took his Bengal tigress Kali to the annual meeting of Vale of Glamorgan Borough Council to publicise a request for financial backing. He was later fined ?20 by the town's magistrates and bound over in the sum of ?50 to keep the peace for a year. Identical twin brothers George and Hugh Palmer ran Barry Zoo, officially called Cardiff Zoo (Barry), but known locally as Barry Zoo. May 1977

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Forty French boys and girls aged between 9 - 11 from Boulogne are starting a Featured 00702 Image

Forty French boys and girls aged between 9 - 11 from Boulogne are starting a

Forty French boys and girls aged between 9 - 11 from Boulogne are starting a fortnight's schooling at Cannonbury Primary School, Islington, London, N1. They came with forty Islington children who stayed with them in Boulogne, and in whose homes they will stay now.
The exchange was the idea of Mrs Hilda Wurr headmistress of Cannonbury School where all the children are taught French from the age of 8.
In Boulogne the English children had tuition all in French at the Ecole Cary for boys and girls at the Ecole Frederic Sauvage. But now it is the turn of the French children to have their lessons in English in a double mixed class with English boys and girls.
Our Picture Shows: French school children enjoying their daily bottle of milk. 19th June 1967

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A Cleveland firm has proved a real sucker for Children in Need Featured 00702 Image

A Cleveland firm has proved a real sucker for Children in Need

A Cleveland firm has proved a real sucker for Children in Need! Youngsters and parents pitched in all day long for the appeal as the massive vacuum from a Billingham form swallowed up cash up to £1000. The high-powered vacuum, owned by Wistech Industrial Services, is used to clean waste from equipment at industrial plants. The firm pledged to match the figure pound for pound. Pictured by the vacuum in Gilkes Street, Middlesbrough are Brian McGough, Peter Medcalf and Michelle Wrench. 8th November 1989

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