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All Saints Avenue, All Saints Terrace (Richmond Hill) (5 comments)
Black & White image29th July 1963 Image shows on the far left a small boy stood at the corner of All Saints Street and All Saints Avenue where the gable end of a row of back-to-back terraced houses are visible, numbers 3 to 7 All Saints Terrace. The houses are split between numbers 4 and 5 by a shared outside toilet yard.
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All Saints Church Choir (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image1962. Image shows members of All Saints Church Choir, photographed in 1962. On the front row is the Vicar of All Saints, the Reverend Bernard B. Russell. Seated to the left of him is the Organist and Choirmaster, Mr. George H. Underwood. Mr. Underwood had been the organist at All Saints Church since 1937. He moved away from the Leeds area in 1962 when he retired to Rolleston-on-Dove in Staffordshire after over 25 years service to the church. His long service also included his membership of the Parish Church Council and management of the Day Schools. Some choir members are identified as follows: On the back row, from left to right, are Bill Hudson, Mr. Stirracher, Clive Shevins, ? Musgrave, Michael Russell and Eddie Shevins. On the middle row, first from the left is Martin Russell. Second in from the right on the middle row is Paul Hudson. The boy seated beside Reverend Russell is Stephen Russell. Any other identifications welcomed.
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All Saints Church, Garden Fete (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White image5th July 1941. Image taken on the afternoon of a Garden Fete held at All Saints Church in Richmond Hill. At 3.00 pm 'Sir Willie Boreham' was to assist in unveiling a statue dedicated to the 'Youth's Work in the Parish' followed by a short cricket match between 'Wardens and Firewatchers' and the 'Luftwaffe and other unmentionables'. There was also Clock Golf, Bowl Darts, races and competitions and refreshments served, including cups of tea and ice creams. Admission was charged at 4d for adults and 2d for children and the money raised was to go to the upkeep and maintenance of the Parish. In the image a small stage has been erected and some people are wearing fancy dress. The 'lady' in the plumed hat holding flowers, seated behind the boy in shorts, is actually teenager, Harry Crane who lived in Ascot Terrace. He was born in 1925 and became the lead choirboy of All Saints Church. The Vicar, seated, is possibly Reverend Harry Elliott, who wrote an article on the Garden Fete in the Parish magazine. The other vicar of All Saints Church at this time was the Reverend Philip Simpson.
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All Saints Church, interior (Richmond Hill) (8 comments)
Black & White image1950. View showing interior of All Saints Church. Built in 1850 by Hedley and Mallinson.
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All Saints Church, interior, Postcard (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing interior of All Saints Church.
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