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Town Street, St. Peter's Parish Church

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Town Street, St. Peter
Undated. c.1901. View of St. Peter's Church, the parish church of Rawdon, situated on Town Street. Originally built in the 17th century by Francis Layton of Layton Hall as a chapel of the parish of Guiseley, the church was enlarged and much of it replaced in 1864 when Rawdon became a parish in its own right.

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kevin Mulligan

Having moved into the area from Wortley in 1980, my wife and I married in this lovely village church in 1986. Both our children Liam and Rea were Christened here, our daughter used to sing in the church choir in her youth and early teens. Our son Liam also got married her last year 6th June 2009. Both children also went to the Rawdon St Peters school associated with this Church.


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