National Brass Band Championships - Jack Miller and Helen Wheatley - Royal Albert Hall, London
Jack Miller, 12, of the Tullis Russell Mills Band, from Markinch, Fife, holds sheet music for Helen Wheatley, 15, of Fishponds British Legion Band, from Bristol, as she practices at the Royal Albert Hall, London. Jack and Helen were two of the youngest players in the National Brass Band Championships at the Albert Hall.
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Tennis - The British Junior Lawn Tennis Championships - The All England Club, Wimbledon
Identical twins taking part in the championship are Gwen (left) and Evelyn Armstrong, aged 16, from Kilmacolm near Glasgow. Gwen won her match against Miss H. Retter and Evelyn lost to Miss D. Oakley.
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National Brass Band Championships - British Railways Staff Association Brass Band - Royal Albert Hall, London
Bill Hurst (l), 58, uses his bass to crown cornet player, Nick Cowley, 11, to the frolicsome fanfares of tenor horn, Peter Grove, 15, partially obscured by the bass instrument of Bert Kerley (r), 69, outside the Royal Albert Hall, London. The quartet are members of the British Railways Staff Association Brass Band, from Swindon, Berkshire, and are competing in National Brass Band Championships at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
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