Earl of Suffolk - Churchwarden Club - Suffolk Arms Hostelry - Malmesbury, Wiltshire
Michael Howard, Earl of Suffolk (centre) and other members of the Churchwarden Club with 17-inch long pipes at the 200-year-old Suffolk Arms hostelry at Malmesbury, Wiltshire. The 'churchwarden' pipes were found during renovations of an old chimney at the hostelry. Customers pay a shilling to become members of the Churchwarden Club, and their entrance fee entitles them to smoke the old pipes.
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Elizabeth Taylor with black eye
Wearing a plaster on her forehead and dark glasses to hide a black eye, Elizabeth Taylor sets out with her husband Richard Burton from the Dorchester Hotel, London. She recieved her bruises in an accident when she was playing with her children in the snow. * during a ski-ing holiday in Switzerland.
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Entertainment - Pipesmokers' Council Challenge - Jimmy Greaves - London
Pipe-smoking actress Tracey Childs joins fellow pipe fans (l-r) TV sports presenter Jimmy Greaves, actor Tony Anholt and property entrepreneur "Bungalow" Bill Wiggins in London's Covent Gardens. They are launching The Pipesmokers' Council's "Give It A Go" challenge for 1988. Along with Pipesmoker of the Year Ian Botham, the team will aim to dispel the old armchair and slippers image of pipe smoking by participating in unusual events such as sheep shearing, winch grinding and scurry driving.
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