5th September 2009.
View showing the construction of the Carnegie Pavilion at Headingley Cricket Ground, situated on Kirkstall Lane. The building is still in the relatively early stages of development, after work commenced in March 2009. This joint project between Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Metropolitan University covers as area of 4,000 square metres and cost £21 million to build. Opened by the Duke of Gloucestor on 21st July 2010, it operates during term time as LMU's school of tourism, hospitality and events management, converting to a cricket pavilion with press box for the summer. An advertisement for Seabrook's potato crisps is seen on the wall in front.
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