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Background imageHero Collection: Moss, the dog. Moss the dog, owned by Mr Cledwyn Morgan of Ystradgynlais

Moss, the dog. Moss the dog, owned by Mr Cledwyn Morgan of Ystradgynlais, near Swansea, Wales, bears the distinction of being a double hero

Background imageHero Collection: Bobby Charlton, pictured during the Bolton Wanderers verses Manchester United match at

Bobby Charlton, pictured during the Bolton Wanderers verses Manchester United match at Burnden Park Stadium, Bolton, Lancashire. Bolton won the match by one goal to nil. Picture taken 17th March 1962

Background imageHero Collection: Bon Jovi, appearing at Tower Records, Argyle Street, Glasgow, Scotland

Bon Jovi, appearing at Tower Records, Argyle Street, Glasgow, Scotland. They played an acoustic set in the 2nd floor window to 5, 000 screaming fans below

Background imageHero Collection: Youngsters attending Broadstone Hall School, Reddish, Lancashire

Youngsters attending Broadstone Hall School, Reddish, Lancashire, always go to school earlier than they need to and for one reason only - a chat with a guy named Joe

Background imageHero Collection: Cheering sailors and Wrens of the Royal Navy line the entrance to Gladstone dock in

Cheering sailors and Wrens of the Royal Navy line the entrance to Gladstone dock in Bootle, Liverpool to celebrate the arrival of the U-boat destroyer Captain Frederick John Walker on board HMS Stork

Background imageHero Collection: Leeds United footballer Billy Bremner with his son Billy

Leeds United footballer Billy Bremner with his son Billy, who has a large poster of hero George Best on the bedroom wall at home November 1970

Background imageHero Collection: Bobby Charlton answers the telephone at home in Flixton, Manchester

Bobby Charlton answers the telephone at home in Flixton, Manchester, as he is helped by his three year old daughter Suzanne (right) and 15 month old Andrea (left)

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman with his wife Sally-Anne

British cyclist Chris Boardman with his wife Sally-Anne and their son Edward outside Wallasey Town Hall following his return home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal

Background imageHero Collection: Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading

Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading, recipient of the George Medal, with complete disregard for her own safety

Background imageHero Collection: Mr. John St Leger Hunter, a member of the Swansea G. P. O

Mr. John St Leger Hunter, a member of the Swansea G. P. O
Mr. John St Leger Hunter, a member of the Swansea G.P.O. who has been awarded the George medal for gallantry for his actions during a recent raid on Swansea. Circa 1941

Background imageHero Collection: Pop Music Fans Joy Lynch (aged 16) and Julie Franks (aged 15

Pop Music Fans Joy Lynch (aged 16) and Julie Franks (aged 15) (left to right NOT confirmed) pictured with their collection of books, posters

Background imageHero Collection: Tracey Newby (left) and her friend Wendy Riley (right) both aged 16 from Garston

Tracey Newby (left) and her friend Wendy Riley (right) both aged 16 from Garston, a suburb of Liverpool. Both are what are affectionately known as Brossettes, fans of the 1980s pop group Bros

Background imageHero Collection: Picture shows the Alsatian named Beast, who saved his family from death as flames ripped

Picture shows the Alsatian named Beast, who saved his family from death as flames ripped through their home. Ian and Sheila McCutcheon were asleep in their Gateshead home when Beast began whining

Background imageHero Collection: Wales versus England. The British Home Championship match played at Ninian Park

Wales versus England. The British Home Championship match played at Ninian Park, Cardiff, Wales. The final score was a 1 -1 draw. Dick Krzywicki scored for Wales in the 40th minute

Background imageHero Collection: Bobby Charlton leaving the pitch at Old Trafford with young fans rushing to shake his

Bobby Charlton leaving the pitch at Old Trafford with young fans rushing to shake his hand or pat him on the back after Manchester Uniteds last game of the season against Leicester

Background imageHero Collection: Tom Jones, (singer from Wales) arrives in Pontypridd, Glamorgan, South Wales

Tom Jones, (singer from Wales) arrives in Pontypridd, Glamorgan, South Wales, November 1998, for a concert and to visit his home town and to meet the fans

Background imageHero Collection: Liverpool footballer Roger Hunt at the clubs training ground

Liverpool footballer Roger Hunt at the clubs training ground, signing autographs for fans as he arrives, as he prepares for his testimonial game. 11th April 1972

Background imageHero Collection: Liverpool player Tommy Smith is welcomed back by the Kop at Anfield

Liverpool player Tommy Smith is welcomed back by the Kop at Anfield. 10th February 1973

Background imageHero Collection: Mr David Corbett and Pickles the dog watching the World Cup Final on a television screen

Mr David Corbett and Pickles the dog watching the World Cup Final on a television screen in a neighbours flat. 30th July 1966

Background imageHero Collection: The Olympic silver medal swimmer Martyn Woodroffe, 18 years old

The Olympic silver medal swimmer Martyn Woodroffe, 18 years old, who had his watch stolen during the Mexico City games, receiving a new watch from his friends and neighbours on the Pentrebane Estate

Background imageHero Collection: War - World War II - RAF - Battle of Britain 'Tin-Legs'

War - World War II - RAF - Battle of Britain "Tin-Legs"
War - World War II - RAF - Battle of Britain " Tin-Legs" Group Captain Douglas Bader pictured with a Hurricane fighter after officially opening the Swansea air show yesterday - 30th May 1976

Background imageHero Collection: England footballer Geoff Hurst signs an autograph for a young fan in plaster caste during

England footballer Geoff Hurst signs an autograph for a young fan in plaster caste during training at Roehampton November 1970

Background imageHero Collection: Fluffy, the dog. This little dog made a vain effort to save the two years old son

Fluffy, the dog. This little dog made a vain effort to save the two years old son of her master Mr William Ford of Luxborough, Somerset

Background imageHero Collection: Rover the dog. Owned by Mr J Greece, of Clumber Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire

Rover the dog. Owned by Mr J Greece, of Clumber Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire. To this dog, little Gladys Kent, aged eight years old, owes her life

Background imageHero Collection: Pedro the dog. Owned by Mr J Longwell, Helendale, Cumbernauld, near Glasgow

Pedro the dog. Owned by Mr J Longwell, Helendale, Cumbernauld, near Glasgow, Scotland. Little as his is, Pedro saved the life of a youth who was being savagely attacked by an infuriated horse

Background imageHero Collection: Chum, the dog. Story : Mrs F Hadden and family, of Somers Road, Southsea

Chum, the dog. Story : Mrs F Hadden and family, of Somers Road, Southsea, Hampshire, owe their lives to this dog. Chum awakened the family when the house was on fire

Background imageHero Collection: Moffat Treasure, the dog. Moffat Treasure is an old English sheep dog

Moffat Treasure, the dog. Moffat Treasure is an old English sheep dog, owned by Mrs M A Jinks, of Herbert Gardens, London, NW10

Background imageHero Collection: Bob, the dog. Story: A terrier which, with his master, Mr Joseph Hyde

Bob, the dog. Story: A terrier which, with his master, Mr Joseph Hyde, of Avenue Road, Brigadier Hill, Enfield, Middlesex, went to the rescue of a boy, Ernest Hobourn

Background imageHero Collection: Tinker the dog. Story is : Mr Edgar F Lyne and family

Tinker the dog. Story is : Mr Edgar F Lyne and family, late of The Queens Head, Marsham Street, Westminster, London, owe their lives to Tinker the dog

Background imageHero Collection: Prince, the dog. Awarded a Daily Mirror Gugnunc Collar for Brave Dogs Owned by Mr

Prince, the dog. Awarded a Daily Mirror Gugnunc Collar for Brave Dogs Owned by Mr B Bright, of Cantelupe Road, East Grinstead, Sussex. Story : Little Hilda Bright owes her life to this dog

Background imageHero Collection: Bobby Charlton, Manchester United Footballer, has a cup of tea at the Civic reception in

Bobby Charlton, Manchester United Footballer, has a cup of tea at the Civic reception in the Manchester Town Hall, as fans wait patiently for him to give them his autograph

Background imageHero Collection: Pop Music Fans Debbie Wright (left) and Kim McCullogh (right

Pop Music Fans Debbie Wright (left) and Kim McCullogh (right) surrounded by their collection of books, badge and posters of their favourite pop group The Bay City Rollers

Background imageHero Collection: Davy Jones who saved a man from the Tees River. 1975

Davy Jones who saved a man from the Tees River. 1975

Background imageHero Collection: Bobby Charlton, footballer, pictured circa January 1958 He signed for Manchester

Bobby Charlton, footballer, pictured circa January 1958 He signed for Manchester United Youth Team in 1953, aged 15. He went on to appear for the first team in 1956 until he left in 1973

Background imageHero Collection: Wales verses England. The British Home Championship match played at Ninian Park

Wales verses England. The British Home Championship match played at Ninian Park, Cardiff, Wales. The final score was a 1 -1 draw. Dick Krzywicki scored for Wales in the 40th minute

Background imageHero Collection: Wimbledon Football Club, training ahead of next months FA Cup Final

Wimbledon Football Club, training ahead of next months FA Cup Final. Wimbledon would go on to beat Liverpool 1-0 in the final at Wembley on 14th May 1988

Background imageHero Collection: Bobby Charlton, of Manchester United, meets young fan Leslie Ripley of Barking

Bobby Charlton, of Manchester United, meets young fan Leslie Ripley of Barking, East London. 13 year old Leslie went to his first football match today

Background imageHero Collection: Pickles the dog, a Mixed Breed Collie, who found the missing World Cup last night

Pickles the dog, a Mixed Breed Collie, who found the missing World Cup last night (27th March), pictured the morning after, playing with a football, and demonstrating his footballing skills

Background imageHero Collection: Liverpool footballer Phil Thompson surrounded by youngsters. Dated: 26th May 1981

Liverpool footballer Phil Thompson surrounded by youngsters. Dated: 26th May 1981

Background imageHero Collection: Liverpool manager Bill Shankly is mobbed by emotional Liverpool fans as they embrace him

Liverpool manager Bill Shankly is mobbed by emotional Liverpool fans as they embrace him on the pitch following their victory over Leeds United in the Charity Shield match at Wembley

Background imageHero Collection: Liverpools David Fairclough celebrates scoring in the 84th minute in the European

Liverpools David Fairclough celebrates scoring in the 84th minute in the European Cup third round match against St Etienne at Anfield. Liverpool won the match three goals to one. 16th March 1977

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman poses in front of the Royal Liver Building in Liverpool

British cyclist Chris Boardman poses in front of the Royal Liver Building in Liverpool following his return home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great Britain

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman on the pitch at Prenton Park

British cyclist Chris Boardman on the pitch at Prenton Park, home ground of Tranmere Rovers, following his return home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great

Background imageHero Collection: A street party held for British cyclist Chris Boardman following his return home from

A street party held for British cyclist Chris Boardman following his return home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great Britain. 13th August 1992

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman poses on arrival at Heathrow Airport as he returns home

British cyclist Chris Boardman poses on arrival at Heathrow Airport as he returns home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great Britain

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman on arrival at Manchester airport as he returns home

British cyclist Chris Boardman on arrival at Manchester airport as he returns home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great Britain

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman poses with his family on arrival at Manchester airport as

British cyclist Chris Boardman poses with his family on arrival at Manchester airport as he returns home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great Britain

Background imageHero Collection: British cyclist Chris Boardman poses with his family on arrival at Manchester airport as

British cyclist Chris Boardman poses with his family on arrival at Manchester airport as he returns home from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he won a gold medal for Great Britain



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