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Historic content cleaner Tina Hornsby in the library in 1997.
Mayor Dorothy Layton presents an award to Peter Gordon Smith in 1996.
Hall custodians Micheal Constantine and Alison Whitham before their upcoming wedding. Taken March 1997.
Brodsworth Hall Tea Rooms awarded for having good hygiene in 1997.
English Heritages regional horticulture officer Martin Coss examines the gardens in 1996.
Ronald Williams hands over the Goodwood cup to Peter Gordon Smith in 1996.
Tulips in bloom in the gardens of the hall in 1988.
Richard and Nicholas on an Easter egg hunt at the hall in 1998.
The 1997 Dupont A Bowls Team at the hall.
A reenactment at the hall in 1997.
Two ladies enjoying the garden with a cup of tea in 1999.