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Corporation Hotel

The Corporation Hotel was formerly known as Campfield House, and was a private home. It was owned by Leeds Corporation for about 100 years, and in 1941was leased to a brewery. It was one of the last houses to brew its own beer, and in its later days as a free house, the licensee was Mrs. Kezia Castelow, who ran the pub with her daughter. Miss Castelow had the distinction of being the only female brewer in Leeds. It was demolished in 1965, after the Town Planning and Improvements Committee asked for it to be removed from the List of Listed Buildings, claiming that it stood in the way of improvements to the area. Now the site of Harrison Potter sheltered housing at the top of Lovell Park. Other former pubs in the area included the Carlton Inn, Oatland Inn(?) and Alfred House.

Corporation Hotel
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