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Background imageKirklees Collection: Call of the wild... pupils of Stile Common Junior School performed a musical extravaganza

Call of the wild... pupils of Stile Common Junior School performed a musical extravaganza at Newsome High School to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund

Background imageKirklees Collection: Interviewer Anne Mountfield with youngsters destined to appear on TV

Interviewer Anne Mountfield with youngsters destined to appear on TV. A BBC film crew spent two days at Moor End High School, Crosland Moor

Background imageKirklees Collection: Honley Show. A bird in the hand... Margaret Mottram, of the Thurlstone Owl Sanctuary

Honley Show. A bird in the hand... Margaret Mottram, of the Thurlstone Owl Sanctuary, shows a young tawny owl to Adam and Ben Whitehead, of Golcar. 11th June 1988

Background imageKirklees Collection: Nina Hossain is pictured in conference with her team of pupils

Nina Hossain is pictured in conference with her team of pupils and staff from Newsome High School who turned journalist for the day to publish their own newspaper

Background imageKirklees Collection: Champagne-style shopping - Mrs Winifred Haigh and her husband Jack (left

Champagne-style shopping - Mrs Winifred Haigh and her husband Jack (left) were the first of 50 customers presented with free bottles of champagne after spending £ 200 or more at Huddersfields

Background imageKirklees Collection: Wembley, here we come! On parade outside Deighton Sports Centre are members of Outlane

Wembley, here we come! On parade outside Deighton Sports Centre are members of Outlane Marching Ambassadors, one of three youth bands from Yorkshire who have won their way to the British

Background imageKirklees Collection: Publicans of the Hare and Hounds, Marsden, Brian and Jean Tillotson (centre)

Publicans of the Hare and Hounds, Marsden, Brian and Jean Tillotson (centre), help the children and parents celebrate the Duke and Duchess of Yorks marriage. 23rd July 1986

Background imageKirklees Collection: Residents of Fenay Lea Drive, Waterloo, enjoy themselves in spite of the weather

Residents of Fenay Lea Drive, Waterloo, enjoy themselves in spite of the weather, to celebrate the Duke and Duchess of Yorks marriage. 23rd July 1986

Background imageKirklees Collection: Even the rain couldn t dampen the royal wedding fever as people took to the streets

Even the rain couldn t dampen the royal wedding fever as people took to the streets to celebrate the Duke and Duchess of Yorks marriage

Background imageKirklees Collection: Food, glorious food helps the street party at Browning Road, Sheepridge, go with a swing

Food, glorious food helps the street party at Browning Road, Sheepridge, go with a swing. Celebrations for the wedding of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah Ferguson. 23rd July 1986

Background imageKirklees Collection: Essex joined the Yorkshire-Lancashire waterway at Marsden yesterday

Essex joined the Yorkshire-Lancashire waterway at Marsden yesterday. Pop star, actor and patron of Huddersfield Canal Society David Essex was at Tunnel End Canal

Background imageKirklees Collection: Some 200 Sea Cadets from all over West Yorkshire paraded through Huddersfield as part of

Some 200 Sea Cadets from all over West Yorkshire paraded through Huddersfield as part of the celebrations for Trafalgar Day, Some 25 Huddersfield cadets took part in the event

Background imageKirklees Collection: Competitors for the great Lawn Mower Grand Prix line-up on the

Competitors for the great Lawn Mower Grand Prix line-up on the Sands Hatch starting grid, waiting for Holmfirth Round Table chairman Mr Trevor Coldwell to drop the chequered flag

Background imageKirklees Collection: The retiring president of Huddersfield Womens Luncheon Club, Mrs Jean Gee (left)

The retiring president of Huddersfield Womens Luncheon Club, Mrs Jean Gee (left), hands over the badge of office to successor Mrs Eileen Broadbent

Background imageKirklees Collection: Piles of paper, these pupils from Almondbury High School have been helping to collect six

Piles of paper, these pupils from Almondbury High School have been helping to collect six tons of paper for recycling as part of a major scheme

Background imageKirklees Collection: Kirkburton Karate Club had success at the Northern Championships in Sheffield with second

Kirkburton Karate Club had success at the Northern Championships in Sheffield with second and third places in individual competition and a second place in a team event

Background imageKirklees Collection: Paddocks Limelight Majorette Show Troupe scooped two top prizes at the recent 6th

Paddocks Limelight Majorette Show Troupe scooped two top prizes at the recent 6th Universal Carnival Championships, at Bridlington

Background imageKirklees Collection: Brown Owl Mrs Kathleen Charlesworth has said goodbye to the 3rd (Kirkburton West

Brown Owl Mrs Kathleen Charlesworth has said goodbye to the 3rd (Kirkburton West) Lepton Methodist Brownies after 16 years

Background imageKirklees Collection: Zoe Cook (left) and Sarah Bull were star performers when six pupils of the Pam Strickland

Zoe Cook (left) and Sarah Bull were star performers when six pupils of the Pam Strickland and Adele Taylor school of dancing went on a weeks holiday to Kent to brush up on their ballet, tap

Background imageKirklees Collection: Holly Bank School headteacher Mr Trevor Hodkinson accepts this £

Holly Bank School headteacher Mr Trevor Hodkinson accepts this £; 70 cheque from children in Norristhorpe Avenue, Liversedge

Background imageKirklees 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 imageKirklees 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 imageKirklees 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 imageKirklees 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 imageKirklees 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 imageKirklees Collection: The Variety Club of Great Britain - the celebrities

The Variety Club of Great Britain - the celebrities charity organization - has presented a minibus to Nortonthorpe Hall School, Scissett

Background imageKirklees Collection: Caring for the environment... Three schools in Rawthorpe combined together to spend a day

Caring for the environment... Three schools in Rawthorpe combined together to spend a day on " litter alert" Rawthorpe Infant

Background imageKirklees Collection: Pond dipping... pupils of Sheepridges Ashbrow Junior School (from left

Pond dipping... pupils of Sheepridges Ashbrow Junior School (from left) Marcus Bennett, Jason Swales, Sabrina Barrett and Matthew Crowther discover life at the bottom of Meltham Mills dam

Background imageKirklees Collection: Honley High School won two top awards at the National festival of Music for Youth in

Honley High School won two top awards at the National festival of Music for Youth in London. Assistant music teacher Miss Felicity Storer is pictured with some of the youngsters who took part

Background imageKirklees Collection: Headmaster Mr Peter Middleton (pictured), of Meltham CofE Primary School

Headmaster Mr Peter Middleton (pictured), of Meltham CofE Primary School, presented Gold Arrows - the top awards for Cubs - to these youngsters from the area

Background imageKirklees Collection: Dining in style... retiring dinner lady Mrs Edna Maloney gets the VIP treatment during

Dining in style... retiring dinner lady Mrs Edna Maloney gets the VIP treatment during her last lunch hour at Berry Brow Infants and Nursery School

Background imageKirklees Collection: Working with Welephant... West Yorkshire Fire Service

Working with Welephant... West Yorkshire Fire Services safety conscious friend visited Rowley Hill playgroup. The visit was arranged by care trainee Clair Hannam

Background imageKirklees Collection: Singing fireman Graham Walker, gave hundreds of schoolchildren fire prevention

Singing fireman Graham Walker, gave hundreds of schoolchildren fire prevention instruction of a different kind at Huddersfield Town Hall today

Background imageKirklees Collection: Nicholas is rigged out by singing fireman Graham Walker

Nicholas is rigged out by singing fireman Graham Walker, who gave hundreds of schoolchildren fire prevention instruction of a different kind at Huddersfield Town Hall today

Background imageKirklees Collection: Sisters Joanne (left) and Deborah Clark were two of many youngsters who tried their hand

Sisters Joanne (left) and Deborah Clark were two of many youngsters who tried their hand at screen printing at Huddersfield Art Gallery

Background imageKirklees Collection: It was a day full of noise, action, music and fun. Kirklees traditional summer

It was a day full of noise, action, music and fun. Kirklees traditional summer entertainments came to a colourful conclusion with the Gala Day in Greenhead Park

Background imageKirklees Collection: This cheerful group of toddlers from Quarry Hill playgroup found a new friend in Mr

This cheerful group of toddlers from Quarry Hill playgroup found a new friend in Mr George Sykes, a resident of The Homestead, Almondbury

Background imageKirklees Collection: Any Questions? team including Menzies Campbell, Enoch Powell, Edwina Curry

Any Questions? team including Menzies Campbell, Enoch Powell, Edwina Curry, Gerald Kaufman and Jonathan Dimbleby. Slaithwaite, 13th December 1991

Background imageKirklees Collection: Novelist Stan Barstow visited Old Bank First School, Mirfield, to talk about his work

Novelist Stan Barstow visited Old Bank First School, Mirfield, to talk about his work. The visit was organised by local childrens writer Bill Forde

Background imageKirklees Collection: Rag time... Huddersfield Polytechnic students at the start of a town centre bath

Rag time... Huddersfield Polytechnic students at the start of a town centre bath and bed push for charity. Various modes of transport wound their way from St Georges Square down to the Queensgate

Background imageKirklees Collection: This giant tuna weighing more than 700lb, landed at Huddersfields Market Hall

This giant tuna weighing more than 700lb, landed at Huddersfields Market Hall. Mr Richard Gafney, a manager of Winn s, shows the king-sized catch

Background imageKirklees Collection: Six-year-olds Asif Mohammed (left) and Gareth Middleton made this model boat from wood

Six-year-olds Asif Mohammed (left) and Gareth Middleton made this model boat from wood. Part of science work which will feature more strongly in the new national curriculum

Background imageKirklees Collection: Three witches from Brockholes Junior and Infants School

Three witches from Brockholes Junior and Infants School, alias headteacher Sue Rothery (Centre) with Alexis Wright, six, (left) and Gemma Tipling, eight

Background imageKirklees Collection: The drive leading up to Scissett Middle School will be ablaze with golden colour next

The drive leading up to Scissett Middle School will be ablaze with golden colour next spring, thanks to the efforts of pupils

Background imageKirklees Collection: Corn-dolly maker Mrs Marie Jolliff shows Alex Krzesinski (centre

Corn-dolly maker Mrs Marie Jolliff shows Alex Krzesinski (centre) and Joseph Oliver the art at an Earth Magic event at Tolson Museum. 26th October 1989

Background imageKirklees Collection: Children and staff at Linthwaite Church School dressed up as their favourite children

Children and staff at Linthwaite Church School dressed up as their favourite childrens book characters to mark the end of the schools book week

Background imageKirklees Collection: A team of volunteers made sure that was where all the rubbish went during a clean -up of

A team of volunteers made sure that was where all the rubbish went during a clean -up of the churchyard at Thurstonland. The two-day event was organised by St Thomass Parochial Church Council

Background imageKirklees Collection: The Body Shop founder Anita Roddick (centre) opens Huddersfield

The Body Shop founder Anita Roddick (centre) opens Huddersfields new branch of the chain, which specialises in naturally-based toiletries and cosmetics. She is seen surrounded by staff



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