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Calverley Parish Church and School viewed from South Lodge, watercolour by Fred Swaine

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Calverley Parish Church and School viewed from South Lodge, watercolour by Fred Swaine
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Undated. View of Calverley Parish Church, St. Wilfrid's, and the church school, as painted in a watercolour by Fred Swaine (1858 - 1942) looking from South Lodge. Calverley Church of England School known as St. Wilfrid's School was originally located in the churchyard and was attended by Sir Walter Calverley in 1675. The school was re-built in 1840 and later in 1878. The building seen here opened on 10th June 1870, Whit Monday at a cost of £1600. Copyright Fred Swaine.

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