leodis logo

Leeds City Council

Open archives compliant site

Supported by BIG Lottery Fund

Enrich UK Lottery Fund

Chapel Allerton Social Institute, Well Lane

Add a comment to this photograph
Please note: Please enter your comments about this photograph in the form below. Once approved your comments will appear after the photograph description. To allow your e-mail address to be displayed please tick the box.  If you have already submitted comments without displaying your e-mail and you wish to alter this please contact us.

Name *:

Comment *:

My email:

Display my email:


Chapel Allerton Social Institute, Well Lane
March 1980. View shows the entrance to Chapel Allerton Social Institute situated on Well Lane, with a small yard in front. The building is derelict and due to be demolished shortly. This teetotal establishment started out as the British Workman Memorial Hall in the late 1800s and continued with this name until around the 1960s.

User Comments:

Andrew Mitchell

I lived at the Club from 1952 to about 1969. It was in SLIGHTLY better condition when I lived there.. To the left is the main snooker room, and to the right is what was called THE WHIST ROOM, where people came to " amazingly " play cards. The room was also used for Jumble Sales.




This photograph cannot be purchased due to copyright restrictions.