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Music - Louis Armstrong - Leeds Airport

American jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong at Leeds Airport. Playing the trumpet is seven year old Enrico Tomasso, whose father (with clarinet behind), played with Armstrong in the 1930s. Armstrong was on his way to Batley, Yorkshire, where he will appear for two weeks at the variety Club.

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Duchess presents Village Church for Village life Award

The Duchess of Cornwall (centre left) with members of St James the Great Church in Asklackby, Lincolnshire, (left to right) Sir Roy Strong, chris Gudgin, Denise Gudgin, John Goodall, Brian Wilkinson, Ian Grice, Hilary Wilkinson, Rev Anna Sorensen, and Julie Green, who were runners-up in the Village Church for Village life Award, in central London.

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Mountain Climbing - British Patagonian Expedition - Liverpool Street Station, London

Some of the seven member joint British Patagonian Expedition, the team of climbers who in January conquered the 10, 000ft 'unclimbable' fortress mountain in the Patagonian Andes of Chile, are picture at Liverpool Street Station on their arrival in London after disembarking at Tilbury. (l-r) Gordon Hibberd, 32 year old electrician from Barnsley, Mrs Niki Clough, John Gregory, 25 year old trainee quarry manager from Sheffield and Niki's husband Ian Clough, from Glencoe, leader of the expedition. Mr Gregory and Mr Hibberd and Dave Nicol made the final assault on the summit. Mrs Clough has come home with her right leg in plaster after breaking it descending Cuernos mountain.

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