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The boyhood home of Ted Hughes, Poet Laureate from 1984 until his death in 1998.

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Blue plaque on the house in Aspinall Street, Mytholmroyd, where Ted Hughes was born.

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Formerly occupied by Broadbent Machine Tools. This mill reminded Donald of Ted Hughes' poem 'Under the world's Rim'.

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Formerly occupied by Broadbent Machine Tools. This mill reminded Donald of Ted Hughes' poem 'Under the world's Rim'.

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Ted is second row, dark jacket, 5th from right. Donald is 7th from right, wearing spectacles. Ted's sister Olwyn is in the third row down, sixth from the left.

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Image to illustrate Ted's words 'There come days to the hills'.

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Image to illustrate Ted's words 'There come days to the hills'.

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Ted described the Pennine sheep that he remembered as 'the sluttiest sheep in England'.

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Ted described the Pennine sheep that he remembered as 'the sluttiest sheep in England'.

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L to R: George Wilding, Lloyd Greenwood, Stanley Boocock and Nick Wilding. On the site of the ancient Briton's grave. Gabriel Wilding took the photograph.
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