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Cricket Ground, with original wooden pavilion

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Cricket Ground, with original wooden pavilion
Undated. View of the cricket ground located on the north side of Church Lane. In the background the original wooden pavilion is visible, which was painted in the traditional colours of green and white. The cricket ground was originally laid out by Job Barber, listed as a gardener of Barley Hill in the Whites' Directory of 1891. The first club was called the 'Club for Garforth Gentlemen.' It merged with Garforth Colliery Team when it began to be known as Garforth Cricket Club. In the background behind the pavilion are semi-detached houses on the Oak Estate. Council plans were approved for this estate in 1936. It was named the Oak Estate on 20th July 1938 and comprised 3 and 4 bedroomed homes.

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