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Bi-centenary Whit Sing, 1979

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The unveiling ceremony on 2 July 1922. 75 men from ther town were lost in the First World War.

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Concert and family fun day, with a bouncy castle for the children.

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Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, 9th August 1902. Reverse of a medal made for celebrations in Hebden Bridge.

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Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, 12th May 1937. Reverse of a medal made for celebrations in Hebden Bridge.

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Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, 9th August 1902. Reverse of a medal made for celebrations in Hebden Bridge.

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Robert Raike founded the first Sunday School in 1780. To celebrate its centenary, it appears that this medal was struck for general use and the name of Chapel/Church stamped onto it. This example is from Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel, Hebden Bridge. …

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King George V & Queen Mary. June 22nd 1911. Reverse of a medal struck by Fattorini, Bradford for Hebden Bridge celebrations.

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King George V & Queen Mary. June 22nd 1911. Obverse of medal struck by Fattorini, Bradford for Hebden Bridge celebrations.

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Knur & Spell is a local game believed to have originated in Yorkshire in the C14th.

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Taken from "Clough Mill" which was at the bottom of Midgley Road, Mytholmroyd, looking towards County Bridge. Demonstrations were the forerunner of Mytholmroyd Gala.

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Roomfield Baptist on left. Der Street on right

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Todmorden bus No. 3 first registered in 1920.

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Todmorden bus No. 3 first registered in 1920.

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Todmorden Corporation SG11 bus WU4693, chassis No; 13579, Fleet number 34 was new in My 1926. It was one of the first in the fleet to have pneumatic tyres. Sadly the driver, Mr Marshall was killed when it crashed and came to rest outside the…

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1898 Todmorden Christmas Card

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Todmorden Corporation SG11 bus WU4693, chassis No; 13579, Fleet number 34 was new in My 1926. It was one of the first in the fleet to have pneumatic tyres. Sadly the driver, Mr Marshall was killed when it crashed and came to rest outside the…

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Promoting Calderdale

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Exhibition stand

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Queen Victoria's Jubilee Celebration, 1897. AN 32939784
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