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Decade Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 55 pictures in our Decade collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Gallantry Awards - Pirbright, Surrey Featured Print

Gallantry Awards - Pirbright, Surrey

Members of the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards who received awards for gallantry on operations in the Western Aden Protectorate last year, pictured at Pirbright in Surrey. (l-r) Captain Simon Barnett of Alnwick (MBE), Company Sergeant Major Francis Pell of Wimbledon (BEM), Guardsman W Nicholson of Easington Colliery, Co Durham (MM), Lance-Sergeant Austin Connell of Rotherham (BEM), Second Lieutenant Richard Heywood of Ingoldisthorpe, King's Lynn (Queen's Commendation), Sergeant Peter Goddard of Kirby, Yorkshire (MM), Guardsman Colin Snape of Edlington, Doncaster (BEM), Sergeant Eric Hilling of Norwich (Queen's Commendation), and Second Lieutenant Robert Wardle of Painswick (Queen's Commendation).

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Television - 'Alice in Wonderland' Photocall - Albury Park, Surrey Featured Print

Television - "Alice in Wonderland" Photocall - Albury Park, Surrey

Thirteen-year-old schoolgirl Anne-Marie Mallik, of Puttenham, Surrey, who plays Alice in BCC Television's "Alice in Wonderland". She is pictured with some of the stars of the show - (l-r) Alison Leggatt, who plays the Queen, Wilfrid Brambell, as the White Rabbit, and Peter Sellers, as the King of Hearts. Filming began at Albury Park, home of the Duke of Northumberland, where the croquet party scenes was being shot.

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Human Interest - Hermit of Abbeydale - Sheffield, Yorkshire Featured Print

Human Interest - Hermit of Abbeydale - Sheffield, Yorkshire

Ernest Eyre, 61, is pictured outside the 12ft-by-9ft hut where he has lived alone for 11 years on a Sheffield Corporation estate. His time as the 'Hermit of Abbeydale' ends on Saturday, as the Corporation has ordered him to leave the hut, which he built from scrap wood and roofing felt with his own hands. Corporation officials have explained that the sanitation arrangements were not satisfactory. Mr Eyre, who is moving to an address on the other side of the city, said: "I lived the life of a hermit for eleven years, until three weeks ago. Now I have to get out, but I don't think I am sorry. I would like to live in a proper house again, with a carpet on the floor."

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