Transport - Romany Waggon - York Museum
Felicity Redfern, 23, assistant at York Museum, is shown by Gipsy caravan painter Jim Berry, 58, how to renovate an 82-year-old Romany waggon, which will become a York Museum exhibit. Jim answered an appeal by the museum curator, Robert Patterson, to restore the caravan so it can be placed outside the Edwardian-style pub in 'Half Moon Court', the street built inside the museum. When the work is completed, Felicity will carry out future repairs to the museum caravan. The exhibit is a known as a top cottage type or 'Leeds Wagon'.
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Soccer - Littlewoods Pools Jackpot Winner - Joseph Nixon - Grosvenor House, London
"It's burning my fingers, " quipped comedian Benny Hill (l) when he presented a cheque for 131, 188 to 33-year-old Joseph Nixon (r), of Hemsworth, West Yorkshire, at Grosvenor House, London. Holding the cheque is Mr Nixon's 31-year-old London-born wife Anne. Mr Nixon achieved his jackpot win on Littlewood's second Treble Chance Pool.
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TV Programmes - Candid Camera - Jonathan Routh - London
Holding his bowler hat, television personality Jonathan Routh apologises to Air France receptionist Pat Taylor at Heathrow Airport for her seemingly 'unwilling' part in a recent 'Candid Camera' television programme. In the show millions of viewers saw Pat's car almost taken to pieces when she called, unsuspecting, at a garage for petrol. She claims to have given her permission for television transmission of the filmed incident, later regretting her decision. In consequence, Jonathan Routh thought a kind apology was in order.
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