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Search Aspect ( Blenheim Walk )
Location - Leeds & District

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Blenheim Boys' School, Junior Rugby Team 1950 to 1951` (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageSummer 1951. Image shows the Junior Rugby Team 1950/51 of Blenheim Boys' School. They were runners-up in the Junior League and winners of the Adam's ward for the second year in succession. Back row, from left to right are; R. Gaskin, R. Graham, J. Knaggs, M. Torbe, M. Wensley, B. Pease and R. Wakefield. Middle row, from left to right, P. Burrows, G. Marwood, H. Spargo (Vice Captain), L. Brown (Captain), H. Nixon and J. Flint. Seated at the front are P. Smith, left, and M. Bradney, right. Blenheim Boys' School was located in Blenheim Walk.
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Blenheim Boys' School, Presentation of Awards (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White imageSummer 1951. Image shows Arthur Clues, the Australian International and Leeds Rugby League Player presenting the Adams' Award and House Sports Trophy to the Head Boy of Blenheim Boys' School and Captain of the school's rugby team, Derek Charlesworth. As well as Captain he was a City Player and a Yorkshire Trialist. Arthur Clues arrived at the school wearing a Leeds Rugby blazer and all the boys cheered as he entered the school hall to present the awards. Blenheim Boys' School was located in Blenhaim Walk.
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Blenheim Boys' School. Squadron Team 1950/51 (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageSummer 1951. Image shows members of the Blenheim Boys' School Squadron Team for the years 1950 to 1951. From left to right are Herbert Crowther, Tony Hewlett, Walter Rice and Ronnie Hall. The school swimming team enjoyed 'outstanding achievement' that season and 'defeated every challenge decisively'. Blenheim Boys' School was located in Blenheim Walk.
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Blenheim Council School, Maypole Dancing (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageMay 1947. Image shows one of the young boy and girl pupils of Blenheim Council School taking part in a Maypole dance. In 1947, the year the photograph was taken, Beatrice Vint was Mistress of the infants, William Mawson was Master of the boys and Kate May Rogers was Mistress of the girls. The school is located in Blenheim Walk and the houses in the background behind the high brick wall, are possibly in the Churchills.
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Blenheim County Secondary School (Woodhouse) (6 comments)
Black & White imageSummer 1955. Sketch by D. Lister depicting Blenheim County Secondary School located in Blenheim Walk. The school became a secondary modern school c1952. Alterations were made to the building in 1955 in order to erect new form rooms on the top floor and to transform the ground floor into wood and metal workshops. Previously, pupils had attended Quarry Mount centre to study these subjects. 'Inside sanitation' was also to be provided to improve facilities for the boys.
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