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Farnley Hill Methodist Church, centenary celebrations

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Farnley Hill Methodist Church, centenary celebrations
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1997. Ladies dressed in Georgian-style costume are pictured at the fancy goods stall at Farnley Hill Methodist Church. The event is to mark the Bicentenary of the church, which first opened on 5th June 1797. This chapel was replaced in 1827 by the present day, Grade II listed building and it remains the oldest Methodist Church in Leeds. Farnley Hill Methodist Church is located in Stonebridge Lane.

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