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a life in architecture

One day towards the end of the 1940s, 'a small urchin on a new bike' was cycling along the still-cobbled streets of Huddersfield. The sound of beautiful music magnetised him and he followed it until it led him through an open door and up an imposing flight of stairs, where he found himself eavesdropping on a rehearsal for Handel's 'Messiah'. That early experience sowed two seeds which were later to flourish in the life of Keith Hellawell, uk Anti-Drugs Co-Ordinator: a love of music ...

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