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Location - Leeds & District

Seacroft Village Green, game of cricket (Seacroft) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1959. Image shows two young brothers from the Thompson family enjoying a game of cricket on Seacroft village green. In the background, left, the Cricketer's Arms public house is visible. Behind the pub the stone built properties are numbered 4, The Green. Over the wall on the right the buildings belong to Seacroft Grange County Primary School, off York Road. Various period cars can be seen in the car park.
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The Green, Cricketer's Arms (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Colour imageSummer 2010. View looking north-west across Seacroft Green from the direction of York Road. The Cricketer's Arms public house is on the right. This Grade II listed building, dating back to the mid 19th century, is mostly hidden behind a massive England flag which covers the walls of both the cottages which joined together to form the pub. The flag was presumably up for the occasion of the Football World Cup, which took place in South Africa in June-July 2010. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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The Green, from York Road (Seacroft)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking across The Green from York Road. Originally the village green of Seacroft village, it is noted as being one of the oldest in the country still in existence today. It is now mainly used as a cricket pitch. The Cricketer's Arms public house is seen at the far side of The Green, with the block of high-rise flats Queensview behind it. To the right is Seacroft Grange, also known as Tottie Hall, which was at one time occupied by Seacroft Primary School but was probably at the time an Adult Education Centre. Taken between 1975 and 1995.
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