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People Who Help Us Photo Pack

People Who Help Us Photographs

About This Primary Resource

A comprehensive set of 28 photos of various ‘people who help us’ including police officers, fire fighters, doctors etc. All of the photos are taken from Flickr and are shared under the creative commons license.

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Comments

  1. ania

    Love the pictures. Very useful.

  2. vibui

    Beautiful phptos

  3. Rosie

    brilliant photos, can’t wait to use these tomorrow. Thank you.

  4. Keera

    Lovely choice of pictures, great to use as part of our collage.

  5. sammie

    Great choice, saved me a lot of time.

  6. ERIN

    Thank you so much!

  7. Tina

    Great choice saves a lot of time thanx

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