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00651 Photo Mug Collection

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Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A madrigal marathon has been set ting a few throats alight at a Cleveland comprehensive

A madrigal marathon has been set ting a few throats alight at a Cleveland comprehensive. But the fire in the choir at Thornabys Dene school was soothed by the thought that they were raising plenty of

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Pupils at Dene School, Thornaby are pictured helping to prepare the goods collected for

Pupils at Dene School, Thornaby are pictured helping to prepare the goods collected for the Polish appeal. for distribution in Clevelands twin town of Szczecin in North-West Poland. 19th March 1982

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Doctor Who, TV Series, Scene from story called 'The Chase', eighth series

Doctor Who, TV Series, Scene from story called "The Chase", eighth series
Doctor Who, TV Series, Scene from story called " The Chase", eighth series, season 2. Pictures show the confrontation between The Mechonoids

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: 14-year-old Jeremy Moorby will be supplying the music on the Dene School

14-year-old Jeremy Moorby will be supplying the music on the Dene Schools latest acquisition, an organ bought from Teeside Golf Club, at a musical evening in aid of the Stockton

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: The Berry Brown Liberal Club snooker team, Armitage Bridge, 14th February 1991

The Berry Brown Liberal Club snooker team, Armitage Bridge, 14th February 1991. Pictured are, Pete Dunford, Malcolm Heelely, Garry Burgin, Alan Muff, Sid Burhouse, Richard Preston and John Moore

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Retiring music teacher Miss Janet Beaumont takes the baton for the last time at the third

Retiring music teacher Miss Janet Beaumont takes the baton for the last time at the third annual music festival St Davids School, Marsh

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: St James s, Slaithwaithe, Brownies have joined the Stop Press hunt to find the oldest

St James s, Slaithwaithe, Brownies have joined the Stop Press hunt to find the oldest Brownie pack in the area. The Slaithwaithe pack

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A technicolour cast - children from Bradley CE Junior School staged two performances of

A technicolour cast - children from Bradley CE Junior School staged two performances of the musical Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: The 65th anniversary of scouting in the Holme Valley was celebrated at weekend camp

The 65th anniversary of scouting in the Holme Valley was celebrated at weekend camp. The Holme Valley District Go for 65 weekend camp was held at Sands recreation ground, Holmfirth

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Parting gift... Scott Jackson and Nicola Chomiak - and all the other pupils at West

Parting gift... Scott Jackson and Nicola Chomiak - and all the other pupils at West Slaithwaithe School - are pictured with their £ 150 cheque for Huddersfield Royal Infirmarys Laser Appeal

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A venture involving several hundred children has produced a multicoloured display of work

A venture involving several hundred children has produced a multicoloured display of work. Pupils from state schools - Rawthorpe High, Moldgreen Junior and Infants, Dalton Infants, Dalton Juniors

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Shine on... These cheeky Brownies couldn t resist waylaying Peter Boswell

Shine on... These cheeky Brownies couldn t resist waylaying Peter Boswell, of Moldgreen, to give his shoes a quick brush up on the first day of Brownie smile week

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Classy conservationists... Lindley Junior School pupils Stephanie Moorhouse

Classy conservationists... Lindley Junior School pupils Stephanie Moorhouse and Daniel Claydon receive £ 100 prize money from Janet Gourley, Yorkshire Banks Senior Marketing Liaison Officer

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: These young barrel boys and girls hope the money will come rolling in from a wacky

These young barrel boys and girls hope the money will come rolling in from a wacky weekend on the road. The venture scouts from St Patricks Coritani group are rolling out the barrel - from Grasmere

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Every little girls birthday is special - but this is one in the century

Every little girls birthday is special - but this is one in the century. Emma Atkinson, seven today, is celebrating a unique occasion

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Back in time... pupils, parents and friends of Upper Whitley School, Grange Moor

Back in time... pupils, parents and friends of Upper Whitley School, Grange Moor, with teacher Mrs. Cath Gledhill (left), get ready to make their pilgrimage to Clarke Hall, Wakefield

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Even a downpour failed to dampen the spirits of hundreds of youngsters in Newsome

Even a downpour failed to dampen the spirits of hundreds of youngsters in Newsome. They braved the rain to take part in a colourful procession to herald the start of the Newsome International

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Second year pupils from Fartown High School are put through their paces by Miss Tyra

Second year pupils from Fartown High School are put through their paces by Miss Tyra Mughal, of the South Asian Dance Workshop at Huddersfield Art Gallery

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A Huddersfield librarian has written a childrens musical which could become a vital

A Huddersfield librarian has written a childrens musical which could become a vital part of teaching in schools. Mrs. Louie Carrs story, The Beetle and the Bookworm

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Meeting the Mayor and Mayoress... Kirklees civic leaders Clr and Mrs

Meeting the Mayor and Mayoress... Kirklees civic leaders Clr and Mrs. Colin Watson show the mace to children at St Aidans Church of England First School, Skelmanthorpe

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Bobby Robson, news press conference, to officially present him to the media as new

Bobby Robson, news press conference, to officially present him to the media as new Newcastle United manager, pictured at St James Park, Friday 3rd September 1999

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Savile Row in Mayfair, Central London. Circa 1971

Savile Row in Mayfair, Central London. Circa 1971

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Sheep grazing on village streets in Goathland, North Yorkshire. September 1971

Sheep grazing on village streets in Goathland, North Yorkshire. September 1971

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: New Forth Road Bridge Under Construction. The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge in

New Forth Road Bridge Under Construction. The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge in east central Scotland. The bridge, opened in 1964, spans the Firth of Forth, connecting West Lothian

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Doctors tend a wounded soldier of the 81st West African Division in an improvised

Doctors tend a wounded soldier of the 81st West African Division in an improvised operating theatre in the Kaladan Valley, Burma. A parachute is used as a roof. 6th September 1944

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Flying high... Fun lovers at Kirklees Fun Festivals Kite Day at Salendine Nook High

Flying high... Fun lovers at Kirklees Fun Festivals Kite Day at Salendine Nook High School. The event - which was organized jointly by Kirklees

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A fitness challenge day Kirkburton Karate Club raised over £

A fitness challenge day Kirkburton Karate Club raised over £; 1000 for Huddersfield Royal Infirmarys special care baby unit

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: So What! I m a policeman, too! 5th November 1956. Nikita Khrushchev seen here at

So What! I m a policeman, too! 5th November 1956. Nikita Khrushchev seen here at driving a tank through the ruins of Budapest

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: When the children of class 6T at Shepley First School tackle a school project they do it

When the children of class 6T at Shepley First School tackle a school project they do it in style. Teacher Thelma Todd gave her nine and 10 year olds a task involving buildings

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Musicians in Honley High Schools senior orchestra came home the victorious from

Musicians in Honley High Schools senior orchestra came home the victorious from the National Festival of Music for Youth - after beating their own colleagues in the orchestra final

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999. Alan Shearer & Duncan Ferguson. Watching match from bench

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A converted needlework room at a Cleveland school has provided the ideal intimate setting

A converted needlework room at a Cleveland school has provided the ideal intimate setting for a drama studio. Drama students at Dene School, Thornaby

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 3-3 Wimbledon, Premier league match at St James Park, Saturday 21st August 1999

Newcastle 3-3 Wimbledon, Premier league match at St James Park, Saturday 21st August 1999. Alan Shearer, watches match from the bench

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Pupils at a Cleveland school were invited to singalong instead of chattering in the class

Pupils at a Cleveland school were invited to singalong instead of chattering in the class. Youngsters at Dene School were asked to communicate only in song in music lessons

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: A Cleveland school choir has given another top-class performance by sweeping the board at

A Cleveland school choir has given another top-class performance by sweeping the board at the Bournemouth Music Festival. The Dene School, Thornaby, won four separate choral classes

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Cleaners from Dene School, Thornaby, were armed with their mops

Cleaners from Dene School, Thornaby, were armed with their mops and brooms when they set off on the March of the Mops to raise money for the school choir Hungary fund

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Heart-op teacher June Mankin knew she was onto a winner when she asked athlete colleague

Heart-op teacher June Mankin knew she was onto a winner when she asked athlete colleague John Williams to run for her favourite charity

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Young musicians in the North-East are tuning up for auditions for a place in Europe

Young musicians in the North-East are tuning up for auditions for a place in Europes largest youth music festival. The National Festival of Music for Youth ail take place at the South Bank concert

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: The Evening Gazette weather forecast reigns okay. Thats the sunny conclusion geography

The Evening Gazette weather forecast reigns okay. Thats the sunny conclusion geography pupils at a Cleveland School have reached

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: The initiative of a group of Thornaby school children is now paying sweet dividends

The initiative of a group of Thornaby school children is now paying sweet dividends. Fourth Formers at the Dene School, Louise Whitehead, Chris Hawkes, Kindsay Porteous and Gurmeet Singh

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: The 65th anniversary of scouting in the Holme Valley was celebrated at weekend camp

The 65th anniversary of scouting in the Holme Valley was celebrated at weekend camp. The Holme Valley District Go for 65 weekend camp was held at Sands recreation ground, Holmfirth

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999. Alan Shearer, Substitute, Dugout

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999. Alan Shearer, Substitute

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999. Gary Speed

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999. Alan Shearer, Substitute, Dugout

Background image00651 Photo Mug Collection: Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park

Newcastle 1-2 Sunderland, Premier league match at St James Park, Wednesday 25th August 1999. Alan Shearer, Substitute, Dugout



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