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York Street Wesleyan Sunday School Band of Hope, Todmorden, 1869. AN 70082771

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The Mayor, Eunice Shaw, re-opened the club at the Black Swan in 1969. The Mayor played the ukulele

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Mayor Eunice Shaw with Mayor and Mayoress of Halifax. On left husband Bernard Shaw.

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Centre Mayor Eunice Shaw, to her right Mayor and Mayoress of Halifax, Alderman J. Liley and Mrs I Liley

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At the Maypole Inn, Warley at the start of the Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing Festival, 1983

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The Britannia Coco-nut Dancers of Bacup. The nut dance is most unusual and is performed either in a straight line or two lines of four with each of the dancers wearing wooden discs or nuts on their hands, and knees with a belly nut around the waist. …
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