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Search Aspect ( Garden of Rest )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bandstand in Garden of Rest (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1967. Midday concert in Garden of Rest. Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment. Outside the Art Gallery.
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Cookridge Street and Garden of Rest - Two views (City Centre)
Black & White image7th May 1938. Two views of Cookridge Street, looking across Garden of Rest. Both views show Town Hall in background and front of Art Gallery. Top view shows War Memorial to left of photo. Cars parked on street in both photos.
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Cookridge Street and The Headrow - Two views (City Centre)
Black & White image7th May 1938. Two views of the Garden of Rest from Cookridge Street. Top view has Town Hall in view, and the side of the Art Gallery. Bottom view shows the War Memorial, Headrow to the left of the photo. Cars parked along street in both photos.
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Garden of Rest in North Street. (Wetherby)
Colour image17th August 2005. Image shows the Garden of Rest in North Street, with flowerbeds planted out in summer bedding. Behind the lamp post with the hanging basket, work is being carried out on the entrance to the Horsefair Centre.
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Garden of Rest, North Street. (Wetherby)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the Garden of Rest in North Street. A blue plaque commemorates the old court house which stood on the site of the gardens.The blue plaque in the background, right, reads as follows: "This arch was originally over a passageway between two houses at West End (now Westgate) near the present library. Local tradition says that they were probably built by the descendants of Huguenot (Protestant) refugees from France. The French inscription stone reads 'Love thy neighbour as yourself, said the Evangelist' and was laid on the 19th January 1827".
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