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Chapeltown Road, Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel

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Chapeltown Road, Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel
Description:
18th November 1952. View of Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel Sunday School looking from Chapeltown Road. The Chapel fronted onto Roscoe Road. The building is stone-built with an ornate arched leaded window, which has a flower motif at the top. The chapel (to the left of the Sunday School building) was begun in 1882.

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Name:
Sylvia Richardson nee Cutler.

Comment:
I used to go to Sunday school here and also the Brownies.Although we were C of E,my mother did not want us crossing the main road to St.Clement's church so sent us here instead.Thi would have been in the mid fifties.

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B S Mason

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I used to go to Sunday School here. Also the Junior Arm of the Boys Brigade,The Life Boys. I walked here from my home in Stanhope Place

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Joan Grifferty nee Catlow

Comment:
I used to go to sunday school at this church from 1956 and also was in the brownies.

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Name:
Angela Wilson (nee Ward)

Comment:
I also attended Roscoe Methodist Sunday School in the mid 50s and Brownies we lived at the back of the church in Rownsely St loved sunday school

Date:
20-Nov-2008

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wilsona04@leedslearning.net

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Name:
Jack Mclellan

Comment:
I played cops and robbers in and around the church and climbed on the wall in the late 50,s and early 60,s I went to st clements as a choir boy and lived in tramway st. Patrick Mcdermot sold me my first bike for 14 shillings which I earned by washing cars and chopping wood.

Date:
24-Dec-2009

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jack@homemail19.wanadoo.co.uk

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Name:
Susan Malone(nee Green)

Comment:
I too used to go to sunday school here.My sister and brother and my self were all christened here.Our Grandad and Grandma were caretakers here for many years.It holds many memories for us.Not sure of the year when it was knocked down.

Date:
10-Mar-2010

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Name:
D farrell

Comment:
My late mum used to have a lot to do with the boys brigade. Her name would have been Nora Horsefall,or Farrell married name don't no if any body Reconises the Name or it may have been another boys club in the area.

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15-Mar-2016

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