|||Back Potternewton Lane, looking towards Methley Place (Chapel Allerton)
View shows Back Potternewton Lane looking up towards Methley Place. Potternewton Gardens are seen on the left, while buildings on the right face onto Potternewton Lane.
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|||Black Music Festival, Potternewton Park (Chapeltown)
|27th August 1989.
Image taken on Bank Holiday Sunday, 27th August 1989, at the Black Music Festival held annually in Potternewton Park. It is a free community event sponsored by Leeds City Council and is the biggest Black Music Festival in Europe. This was the fourth Leeds Reggae Concert and included musicians and performers from the Caribbean and the U.S.A. In this image Jamaican Dub poet, Ras Fikre, is performing to the crowds. As well as the more well known artists, the Festival is also a showcase for local talent.
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|||Blake Grove (Chapel Allerton) (6 comments)
|10th November 1937.
View of the business of H. Levine, Grocery Store on Blake Grove off Potternewton Lane.
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|||Blake Grove (Chapel Allerton)
|1st June 1939.
View of the business of H. Leveine, Grocery & Provisions on Blake Grove off Potternewton Lane.
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|||Blake Grove, Potternewton Lane, Rear View (Chapel Allerton) (1 comment)
This early 1950s image taken from Blake Grove, on the left is number 20 Blake Grove with numbers 4 and 5 Well House Square at the rear on the left. Here small garden plots are visible. On the right are the backs of numbers 56 to 60 Potternewton Lane, a row of through-by-light terraced houses. Buildings indicated by arrows on the left are owned by Max Caple while those on the right are owned by Gladys Calvert.
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