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Here's some local heritage for you: the very first edition of the Herald, from 1868. John Harper was just a boy.
Here's another Herald eagle-eye quiz. Where in Tamworth would you find these little fellows?
And the answer is: the one and only Terry Dix
Come on!Does no-one recognise this old pic of a VERY well-known local man?Maybe if you drew a big moustache on it?
OK.. last one for today. Who does this belong to, and what is it?
And the answer is.... The Phil Dix Centre, in Corporation Street
Right then, time for another Tamworth eagle-eye quiz. Where in our town would you find this... no prizes, just for fun
My favourite ever Herald archive pic:Right: local man Dennis Kirtland, left: Someone who looked just like him
Here's another great pic from @Ultrasoundfest by the Herald's Tony Swift. loads more in tomorrow's paper
OK, another Herald Tamworth eagle-eye quiz. Where in Tamworth would you find this door?
Ok, here she is with her sister... anyone got it yet?
OK, here she is with her sister. Anyone got it yet?
Where in Tamworth might you find this young lady?
Where in Tamworth might you find this young lady? Just for fun, no prizes....
OK, eagle eyes, here's a harder one - where and what in Tamworth is this? Just for fun - no prizes!
As promised, here’s another great shot from @Ultrasoundfest, by our man Tony Swift. Loads more pics in this week’s Herald
My favourite shot from the archive. Alrewas entertainer Dennis Kirtland (right) with comedy legend Terry-Thomas.
Here’s a little quiz for eagle-eyed Tammies – where is this? I’ll give the answer later
As promised, here's a shot from @ultrasoundfest - loads more pics in this week's Herald
Here's the #villa old stars team that played against Bolehall at the weekend.How many can you name? #astonvilla
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