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Search Aspect ( Parochial Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapel Street, Excel House (Halton)
Colour image7th September 2000 Excel House on the right hand side of Chapel Street looking North East. This was formerly the Halton Parochial Hall. It is now the premises of Excel Flooring (Leeds). On the tarmac forecourt to the right is a forklift truck.
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Cleared land near St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageJuly 1964. View across cleared land to St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, partially seen, far left, and the Parochial Hall (with decorative gable). Right of centre is the convent and at the right edge St. Mary's Church Sunday School building. Building was to commence on the Agnes Stewart C. of E. High School on this site.
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Holy Trinity Church, Meanwood Parish Church, off Church Lane (Meanwood) (1 comment)
Colour imageFebruary 1988. View of Holy Trinity Church, Meanwood Parish Church, located off Church Lane. This is taken from the vicinity of Meanwood Church Parochial Hall, looking over a stone wall and across the churchyard. The clock, on three sides of the spire, dates from 1850 and was made by E.J. Dent of London to a design by Edmund Beckett Denison. The church was consecrated on 6th October 1849. It was founded by the Misses Mary and Elizabeth Beckett of Meanwood Park in memory of their brother, Christopher Beckett esq.
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Land clearance at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageMay/June 1964. Image shows land clearance at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, seen at the left edge. Also seen is the Parochial Hall, centre, with the convent to the right of it. St. Mary's Church Sunday School on St. Mary's Lane is at the right edge. The land in the foreground became the site of Agnes Stewart C. of E. High School.
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Nutting Grove Terrace no. 2 (Farnley) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th March 1965. To the left of this view is number 2 Nutting Grove Terrace, Phyllis Daniel's Confectioners. The narrow projection to the right is number 4 Nutting Grove. On the right edge is part of St Michael's Parish Room Parochial Hall.
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