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The exhibition tells Duncan’s story from his Black Country roots to appearances with Manchester United and England. All part of a wider tribute programme organised to mark the 60th anniversary of the Munich Air Crash

Jim Cadman, organised the tribute along with volunteer helpers

“Back in 2001, we launched a book entitled Duncan Edwards – The Full Report on what would have been his 65th birthday.

"Duncan’s mother Sarah Ann gave us access to family photos and memorabilia as well as valuable information about his early life

“Sarah and her family were VIP guests at a gala dinner and she said to me ‘Can you make sure that folks in the Black Country never forget my Duncan?’

“The people of Dudley and the wider Black Country have a past to be proud of and Duncan’s achievements are an integral part of that, which is why we are determined to keep the promise we made to his mother 16 years ago.”

Archives and Local History Centre is located on the Tipton Road, Dudley DY1 4SQ - Admission to the exhibition, which runs until March 30, is free.