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ISSUE 10 CONTENTS
Hot off the Press!
The run-up to Christmas is proving even busier than usual. Just as this issue went to press our first book "Alice's Album - the Story of a Hebden Bridge Photographer's Studio" was published.
We're also proud to announce that the Longstaff Collection exhibition, the first for some time, opens at the Artsmill Gallery, Linden Mill, Hebden Bridge, on December 8, running until January 23. The Artsmill staff led by David Wright have done us proud!
This really is a bumper issue: Donald B. Crossley solves an intriguing mystery surrounding one of Ted Hughes' most poignant poems, Derek Riley recalls how Japanese chick sexers revealed their secerets - and if you are an Utley (or Uttley) - you'll be especially fascinated by Brian Uttley's discoveries about your Saxon ancestor!
The article on world-renowned photographer Martin Parr, who started his career in Hebden Bridge, will now feature in our spring issue together with news of our next special project - the "Milltown Memories" calendar for 2006.
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Read the full story in Milltown Memories, issue 10. If this or other stories stirs a memory, we'd be happy to know - send us your memories and comments.