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Farnley Hill Methodist Church, Bicentenary celebrations

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Farnley Hill Methodist Church, Bicentenary celebrations
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1997. In this image Bicentenary celebrations are underway at Farnley Hill Methodist Church. The original chapel opened in 1797 and present day church members have dressed in the costume of the late eighteenth century. Behind the couple, Eddie Owen and his wife, is a stall selling bric-a-brac. The earlier building was replaced in 1827 by the present Farnley Hill Methodist Church, and this building is now Grade II listed.

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Mr Eddie Ogden

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This is a photograph of me and my wife Kathleen taken about 1997, at the flower feastival.....happy memories

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11-Aug-2011

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