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Methodist Chapel seen from Butterfield's Yard in Cross Hills

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Methodist Chapel seen from Butterfield
c1960s. Image shows the Methodist Chapel as seen from Butterfield's Yard in Cross Hills. Butterfield's was a fish, fruit and vegetable shop at number 11 Cross Hills. The Chapel, which occupied the corner of Well Lane with Leeds Road, was opened in 1867. For a time the Sunday school room was used as a dinning hall for local school children. The chapel closed on 3rd June 1961 when a final service was held. It was demolished in 1969.

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