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Location - Leeds & District

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Grange Park, training stables, Aerial view (Wetherby) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Grange Park showing the layout of the stables. The stables and 201 acre park were sold at auction in November 1984 by the executors of Donald F. Oates. The auction was held at Wetherby Town Hall and the purchaser was the chairman of the Agricultural Society, David Hudson. Work began on the renovation of the training stables including 40 boxes. They were leased to Richard Whittaker of Scarcroft, a well known racehorse trainer, in 1985. The Wetherby Grange Stables are situated on the banks of the River Wharfe not far from the new bridge constructed in 1985, part of the Wetherby By-Pass.
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Market Place, Town Hall (Wetherby)
Black & White image1988 View of the Market Place looking towards Wetherby Town Hall. This classical-style Grade II listed building dates from 1845, when the foundation stone was laid by Alexander Brown of Wetherby Grange; it was built on the site of the old Courthouse and adjacent Chapel of Ease. Its cost of £1,300 was raised by public subscription. The Town Hall has had various uses over the years including a county court, assembly room, reading room, a small prison and initially the church school. To the right of the photo are Johnson's greengrocers, the Gas showroom, Lloyds Bank and The Black Bull public house.
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St Oswald's Church (Collingham) (1 comment)
Colour image2003 St Oswald's Parish Church, Church Lane, Collingham. This church was constructed around the remnants of an Anglo-Saxon building. The north aisle was built in 1200 with additions in the 13th and 14th centuries, the tower added in the 15th century. Restoration was carried out in 1840/41 and in 1870 by architect J.P. St. Aubyn. It was during the Victorian period that Saxon stones were discovered in walls on the south side. The clock and peal of 8 bells were the gift of Sir Nevill Gunter of Wetherby Grange, in memory of his parents.
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St. Oswald's Church (Collingham)
Black & White imageUndated. View of St. Oswald's Church built in the Norman and perpendicular styles. The clock was presented in 1907 by Col. Sir Robert Gunter, Bt, M.P. The church contains monumental tablets with Latin inscriptions dating from 1658 and dedicated to the Beilby and Micklethwaite families whose residence was the later named Wetherby Grange.
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Town Hall, Market Place (Wetherby)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a side view of the Town Hall in the centre of the Market Place. The photograph is likely to date from the early twentieth century. The building, which has change little over the years, was built on the site of the old Court House, The foundation stone was laid by Alexander Brown of Wetherby Grange on 11th June 1845. It was designed in the Classical style to include an assembly room,reading room and court room. The accommodation for the Church School 'a Perpetual Nursery for the Church in training up the Children in her principles and service' was provided on the ground floor.
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