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St. Gregory's Social Club, Swarcliffe Drive

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St. Gregory
2000. View from Swarcliffe Drive of the approach to St. Gregory's Social Club, a brick building with beer advertisements on the gable end. This building was the original church until the new church was completed in 1970. The driveway curves round to the right where St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church is situated. Part of Swarcliffe Drive is visible far left.

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The wooded area to the right is the Great Swarcliffe Plantation and just behind the club is the John Smeaton/Squinting Cat pub.

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Lynn Monaghan (as was)

I remember going to church here before the new one was built. There were big sliding doors at the front so that the altar could be closed off from the rest of the building. Mr Hyde used to do the readings during mass. First one reading at one side of the altar and then another reading at the other side. He had a lovely deep voice.

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