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The 12-metre tall Herring Eater, a bronze figure by American sculptor Tom Otterness, which forms part of the outdoor sculpture garden in Scheveningen. Picture: Nadia Jefferson-Brown

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Jeremy Bamber with then girlfriend Julie Mugford at the funeral of three members of his family

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Passing on the baton: Outgoing Civic Trust director Peter Brown (left) and incoming chief executive David Fraser

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Graham and Julie West today. Julie won our Bride of the Year competition in 1990  Picture: David Harrison

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York Explore Library archivist Jenny McGarvey. Picture: Matt Clark

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One of Kane Cunningham's seascapes

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Joey Leyland, Matt Philpot and Ailish Byford jamming at the Jam Factory. Picture: Matt Clark

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An old photograph of the Robinson family butchers shop on Walmgate

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Head gardener Alison Pringle planting the new edible garden

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New market manager Chris Price at the Shambles Market

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Maxine and her gang of teenage "code breakers" at The GR8escape in York

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York cookery writer Sam Stern outside Cafe Concerto, one of his favourite cafes in the city  Picture: David Harrison

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A Steam train sets off from Grosmont on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Picture: Matt Clark

Riding on board with the railway bobbies

Flixton Wold Oil on canvas by Peter Watson

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Huntington head John Tomsett outside his school

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Tracey Thorn at the Crown Hotel, Harrogate

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Field supervisor Andy Cochrane supervises volunteers repairing the boardwalk at Wheldrake Ings with volunteers. Photo: Nigel Holland

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Tutor Natalie Bell leads a baby-signing class in York             Pictures: David Harrison

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Award-winners Steve Dyson, left, and Gordon Howell

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Artist's impression of how the mine head might look

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Frederick Bunday is pictured fifth from the left in this photograph taken in February 1939. He was the only survivor

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THEN AND NOW: Jeremy and Vivien Cassel 25 years apart outside The Grange Hotel, York, which is celebrating its quarter century

25 years of home at the Grange

JUNCTION: The junction of Tanner Moat, Rougier Street and Museum Street in about 1955, showing Botterills horse repository Photo courtesy of York city archives

OLD PHOTOS: Parking space for horses, anyone?

Jack and his Merry Men, some of the men who helped to build Tang Hall, photographed in 1929. Photo: Tang Hall local history group

OLD PHOTOS: Memories from Tang Hall and York's east side

Canon Lee School pupils hitch a ride on the Army's six seat bike during Inspirations 2015 at the Yorkshire Air Museum

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Rachel Wilkes with giant poppies at her flower plot just outside York. Pictures by Nigel Holland

British flowers in full bloom at York farm

The team from York CAB

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Love Arts Festival's night of eight acts on Wednesday at The Fleeting Arms

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The Duke and Duchess of York are descending the steps of the County Hospital, with the Archbishop of York behind

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Musicians and performers involved with the Arts Barge project. L-R: Anna Lewis, Jane Veysey, Ben Parker (back left), Hannah West (front centre), Mike Kenny (back right) and Kate Lohan

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Maxine Gordon with John Harris at York Croquet Club Picture: Harry Atkinson

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Jane Fiddick examines a dolls' house

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Former Huntington School head Chris Bridge with the Halifax bomber that helped inspire his debut novel

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George Hudson at the height of his success

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Graeme Green with Col Fiennes Miller's Waterloo cavalry sword at the York Army Museum

Waterloo remembered at York's Army Museum

RULING PAIR; Chris SDteward, left, and Keith Aspden outside the city council's West Offices HQ. Photo: Chris Day

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Michelle Chung, from 5 Senses, Spa which has moved to the Mount Royale Hotel Picture: Anna Gowthorpe

Senses working overtime at York's Thai spa

Pickering station foreman Glen Simpson. Picture: Matt Clark

The volunteers helping to keep Ryedale running

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