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Brummells Night Club, Nunroyd Park.

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Brummells Night Club, Nunroyd Park.
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Undated. Image shows a boarded-up Brummells night club, located in Nunroyd Park, just off the A65. The stone built Victorian mansion has also been known as the Inn on the Park. The house was originally the home of mill owner, Jonathan Peate and was called Nunroyd House. On the census of 1891 he is listed as a Justice of the Peace for West Riding as well as a manufacturer and was living with his wife, Ruth, his niece, Sarah Elizabeth Rhodes and two domestic servants.

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Pete

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they should turn it into a youth club.

Date:
02-Nov-2010

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Peter Kelly

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Nunroyd House was last used as Brummells Night Club which closed inapproximately 2005. It has stood empty ever since, and was put up for sale in August 2011 by Leeds City Council. It has recently (March 2012) been the subject of a planning application for change of use to a Childrens Day Nursery (Application No: 12/01113/FU) Aireborough Civic Society have submitted comments on the planning application. Extract: "Nunroyd House is extremely important in the history of Yeadon and Guiseley. It was built for Jonathan Peate, JP (1837 – 1924) who was an important Philanthropist and owner of Nunroyd Mills (built 1868 , demolished 1987). He lived at Nunroyd House for many years and was buried in Yeadon Cemetery. He donated land & money for the benefit of the people of Yeadon & Guiseley including Yeadon Town Hall Square; also Kirk Lane Park (1907), and Nethermoor Park. He was also Chairman of Wharfedale Board of Guardians for 25 years. Local councillors and Aireborough Civic Society are in the process of recognising the importance of Jonathan Peate with a Blue Plaque."

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09-Jun-2012

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