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Search Aspect ( Allerton Bywater Infants School )
Location - Leeds & District

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Vicars Terrace, Allerton Bywater Library and Community Centre (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Allerton Bywater Branch Library on Vicars Terrace. This building was opened in 2004, having been converted from the old Allerton Bywater Infants School, and houses a community centre, including childcare and training facilities, and a cafe as well as the library. It has become the focal point of the village and is part of the £60m Millennium Village Project which will transform the place into an eco-village with new environmentally friendly houses and industries.
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Vicars Terrace, Allerton Bywater Library and Community Centre (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Allerton Bywater Branch Library and Community Centre on Vicars Terrace, showing a car park in front. Formerly the home of Allerton Bywater Infants School, the building was converted to its present use in 2004.
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Vicars Terrace, Allerton Bywater Library and Community Centre (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Allerton Bywater Branch Library on Vicars Terrace, opened in April 2004 by local MP Colin Burgon. Formerly the premises of Allerton Bywater Infants School, the building also now houses a community centre, providing childcare and training facilities, as well as a cafe.
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Vicars Terrace, Allerton Bywater Library and Community Centre (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Allerton Bywater Branch Library and Community Centre, situated on Vicars Terrace in the former Allerton Bywater Infants School and opened in 2004. One of few historical buidings in the village, it appeared to be condemned at one time but was rescued by English Partnerships and renovated as part of the multi-million pound Milllenium Village Project to regenerate the community.
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