In this image (below) of a machine gun section within the unit (33rd West Riding (Skipton) Battn.) which defended this area of North Yorkshire,
the man standing fourth from the right in the back row is Cpl. W. Norman Slingsby. He lost his life whilst on duty
with the Home Guard on 15th October 1942 at the age of 36. He was involved, together with Sgt. Lofthouse (seen here next to Cpl. Slingsby, fourth left), in a road accident at Glusburn. He is buried in the churchyard at Kildwick (St. Andrew), his resting place marked with a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone.
The photograph is believed to have been taken in the White Lion car park, Kildwick.