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[1]Civic Hall, Nelson Mandela makes a speech (City Centre)
Civic Hall, Nelson Mandela makes a speech30th April 2001. Image taken in the Council Chamber of the Civic Hall where Nelson Mandela, the former South African President, has risen to make a speech. Seated to his left is the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Bernard Atha and beside the Lord Mayor is the Chief Executive of Leeds City Council, Paul Rogerson. The lady in cream on the right is the Lady Mayoress of Leeds, Susan Pitter. For many years she had helped organise Leeds West Indian Carnival.
[2]Nelson Mandela arrives at the Civic Hall (City Centre)
Nelson Mandela arrives at the Civic Hall30th April 2001. View of Nelson Mandela as he arrives at the Civic Hall on an official visit to Leeds. Greeting the former South African President are, from left to right, the Lady Mayoress of Leeds, Susan Pitter, who for many years helped to organise the Leeds West Indian Carnival, the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Bernard Atha, and the Leader of Leeds City Council, Councillor Brian Walker.
[3]Nelson Mandela arrives at the Civic Hall (City Centre)
Nelson Mandela arrives at the Civic Hall30th April 2001. View of Nelson Mandela, the former South African President, as he arrives at the Civic Hall on an official visit to Leeds. He is being greeted by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Bernard Atha. To the left is the Lady Mayoress, Susan Pitter, who for many years has been closely involved with the organisation of Leeds West Indian Carnival. On the right is the Leader of Leeds City Council, Councillor Brian Walker.
[4]Nelson Mandela arrives at the Civic Hall (City Centre)
Nelson Mandela arrives at the Civic Hall30th April 2001. Image shows Nelson Mandela shortly after his arrival at Leeds Civic Hall. He is seen towards the left, wearing a dark overcoat. To the right of him, with his back to the camera, is the Leader of Leeds City Council, Councillor Brian Walker. The lady in cream is the Lady Mayoress of Leeds, Susan Pitter, accompanying the Lord Mayor in red robes, Councillor Bernard Atha.
[5]Nelson Mandela in the Civic Hall (City Centre)
Nelson Mandela in the Civic Hall30th April 2001. Image taken in the Civic Hall, shows a young girl being presented to the former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. He was in Leeds to be made an Honorary Freeman of the City of Leeds. In the centre is the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Bernard Atha and on the far left, the Lady Mayoress, Susan Pitter, who had helped to organise the Leeds West Indian Carnival for many years. Far right is the Leader of Leeds City Council, Councillor Brian Walker.