Huddersfield Junior Schools five-a-side winners in the annual contest in 1991 were St Patrick's, racing to a 5-1 victory over Scissett Middle School at Shelley High. Captains Marek Kubala of St Patrickýýýs (left) and Ben Best of Scissett are pictured with their teams and referees Alex Dewar (left) and Ian Stephenson. (tmc270111five)
Swimming medals were presented by Borough of Kirklees chairman Vince Horner to (from left) Debbie Joyce, Emma Parker, Ruth Thompson, Gemma Sugden, Heather Hudson and Jenny Fairbairn. Ruth was the star of the show, collecting four gold medals, winning the 11-12 years 200m butterfly, freestyle, breast-stroke and 400m freestyle events. (tmc270111swim)
Upperthong St John Church members raised ýý255 for Let's Learn To Talk Appeal, a charity raising cash for computer equipment for people with speech problems. 1991. Fundraisers inclued (from left) Ray Thompson, Suzanne Langrick, Diane Hickling, Sue Dawson, the Rev Michael Gartland, Bronwen Robinson and James Robinson.
Cub football teams five-a-side challenge, 1991. (tmc270111cubs)
St Patrick's Primary School pupils in Birkby raised ýý110 carol singing at the local Asda store. The money was split equally between the Candlelighters childrenýýýs cancer charity and Friends of the School. Pupils are handing a cheque to John Bowles of the Candlelighters (centre) and looking on are Patrick Conroy, (back, left), chairman of the Friends of the School, and parent David Pawson, who provided music for the carollers. (tmc270111carol)
Hepworth J and I school pupils collected clothes, shoes, sheets and blankets to pass on to the Christian African Relief Trust. Pictured (back row, from left) with some of their acquisitions are Thomas Dixon, Adam Mullan and Richard Basnett; middle row: Elizabeth Roberts, Claire Holmes and Sarah Greenhalgh; front: Amanda Dyson and Marc Cranage. (tmc270111africa)
A second-year maths group at Rawthorpe High School raised ýý30 for Oxfam when they completed a sponsored times-table test. Pupil Zia Uddin is pictured presenting the cheque to Oxfam volunteer Jeff Whalley. (tmc270111oxfam)
Gilthwaites First School , Denby Dale got behind the Blue Peter Appeal for the children of Romania and raised ýý550 in 1991. (From left) Sara Devlin, Hannah Pearson and Paul Fowler are pictured with raffle tickets. (tmc270111gilt)
Kirkburton CE First School was one of several Kirklees schools to respond to the Blue Peter Appeal in 1991 to help Romanian children. These pupils raised ýý96 with a bring and buy sale. They are (from left) Rebecca Shirtliffe, Paul Brook, William Rogers, Anne Charlton, Claire Tinsley, Claire Houghton and Sophie Penning. (tmc270111kirk)
In 1991 an appeal was launched by Huddersfield Day Centre communications group to buy a ýý3,400 speech synthesiser, principally for cerebral palsy sufferer Rodger Nuttall of Honley, who had lost his speech. Day centre officer Connie Pearson shows one of the machines, with (from left, back row) Moira McNickle, Eileen Turton, Aine Woodhead and Collette Gantley; (front) Tracey Cromack, Rodger Nuttall and Janet Brooke. (tmc270111speech)
Angela Metcalf (right) with the Carlon Shuttles ladies' handicap silver salver. These four were badminton semi-finalists who battled it out for the trophy. From left they are Sue Dossor, Helen Leadbeater, Tracy Redfern and Lynn Knight. Helen Leadbeater was the eventual winner. (tmc270111)
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