BOYCOTT, BOND AND BELLRINGERS - MEMORIES FROM OCTOBERS PAST

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Geoffrey Boycott turns his hand to golf in October 1975 while John Le Mesurier, the chauffeur in Casino Royale, takes a break in filming in Grassington in 1966 in this week’s nostalgia special from The Yorkshire Post.

Other pictures from October over the years include the Almonbury bellringers rehearsing in the school hall in 1980, William Hugill, storekeeper, turning cheeses at the Wensleydale cheese factory at Hawes in 1955 and Dusty Springfield at Wakefield Theatre Club in 1968. Do these pictures spark memories? If so email hannah.start@jpress.co.uk or share your own pictures of years gone by.

Geoffrey Boycott turns his hand to golf in October 1975.

Geoffrey Boycott turns his hand to golf in October 1975.

John Le Mesurier, the chauffeur in Casino Royale, pictured on the moors above Grassington during a break in filming in 1966.

John Le Mesurier, the chauffeur in Casino Royale, pictured on the moors above Grassington during a break in filming in 1966.

The Almonbury bellringers rehearse in the school hall in 1980.

The Almonbury bellringers rehearse in the school hall in 1980.

William Hugill, storekeeper, turning cheeses at the Wensleydale cheese factory at Hawes in 1955.

William Hugill, storekeeper, turning cheeses at the Wensleydale cheese factory at Hawes in 1955.

Dusty Springfield at Wakefield Theatre Club in 1968.

Dusty Springfield at Wakefield Theatre Club in 1968.