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Probably by Calder Civic Trust in either Hebden Bridge or Mytholmroyd.

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Honest John's mill at Hawksclough, Mytholmroyd.

Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the…

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Landscaping by the Civic Trust with David Fletcher on the right. The buildings, including Bridge Gale Mill on the left, long demolished to make way for the St Pol Car Park and riverside walkway.

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David Fletcher 1968 anuual clean up of Hebden Water through Hebden Bridge.

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Landscaping by the Civic Trust at Whitely Arches. Robert Helliwell, David Fletcher and Phillip longbottom

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Calder Civic Trust annual river clean-up in Hebden Bridge. Can you identify any of these young volunteers?

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"Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, just a stone's throw from the Post Office and the two village pubs." (Visitcalderdale.com)

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"Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, just a stone's throw from the Post Office and the two village pubs." (Visitcalderdale.com)

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Above Hebden Bridge near Mount Skip. Early 1970s. the Civic Trust. highlighting environmental issues.

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Former toffee works, then caravan factory. Early 1970s. Civic Trust, Our Man at Large - highlighting environmental issues.

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Location unknown, but workers are Heidi Fletcher and Philip Round.

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Centre left Walkleys Clog Factory and on the right the path running down to re-join the Rochdale Canal tow-path

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Location unknown, but workers are R. Helliwell and Philip Round.
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