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Search Aspect ( Grove Methodist Church )
Location - Leeds & District

Apperley Lane, The Queens (Rawdon)
Colour image1st January 2010. View of Apperley Lane at Apperley Bridge showing The Queens public house on the left, closed down and boarded up. Towards the right is Woodhouse Grove Methodist Church.
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Grove Methodist Church seen from Town Street (Horsforth)
Colour imageOctober 2003 A view of the Grove Methodist Church looking from Town Street. The Church was built on the site of the 18th century Manor House, Grove House, and grounds between New Street and Town Street in 1866-68. It was opened on 16th January, 1868 by the Rev. W. Morley Punshon. M.A. The Manse can be seen, left.
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Town Street looking north east (Horsforth)
Black & White imagec1965. View of Town Street looking north east. On the left is Drifut Shoe Repair Company, offering plimsols, sand shoes and baseball boots for sale, at number 13 Town Street. Dickinson's Modern Fisheries is at number 15 and Meadow's Grocery Store is at 17. Next, at 19, is V & a Stockhill's, hardware dealers. The white building with striped canopies is Harold Meek's for fish, fruit and flowers at number 21. Beyond is the small car park behind which Morrisons Supermarket has been built. There is a parking area on the right and the tree grows in the grounds of Grove Methodist Church.
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Town Street, Looking north east (Horsforth)
Black & White imagec1965. View of Town Street looking north-east showing shops and business premises. On the left, at number 3 Town Street there is the old, stone built Horsforth Post Office and 6 Laycock's confectioner's established in 1917. A sign for the Salvation Army is on the wall at first floor level at number 7. Dickinson's Modern Fisheries is at number 15, and next door, with sun blind, is Meadows Grocery Store. The white rendered building is the premises of Harold Meeks for fruit, fish and flowers. At the right edge is Ernest Wilson's and the trees are in the grounds of the Grove Methodist Church.
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Town Street, numbers 14 and 14a (Horsforth)
Black & White image23rd May 1979 View of Town Street showing stone built shop properties. At number 14a on the left is Travel Vega Tours, which appears to be empty. At number 14, right, Derek's Discount store can be seen. It is situated directly in front of and adjoining the Manse belongig to the Grove Methodist Church, also at the rear.
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