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Location - Leeds & District

Dixon's Farm, Primrose Hill (Belle Isle)
Black & White imageUndated, Dixon's Farm was situated near Belle Isle Circus and had been known as Holy Waters. View shows several people standing outside the farmhouse to the left and a cow to the right. Primrose Hill was to the left of where Belle Isle Circus is now situated.
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Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Richardshaw Lane, Stanningley (Stanningley)
Colour image2000/2001 View of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses is located in Richardshaw Lane at the junction with Primrose Hill. This is a single storey, brick-built building.
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Lovell Park Road looking East (Little London)
Black & White imageUndated. View looks east from Little London Road, (across centre) to Sheepscar then Burmantofts. The high rise flats at the left edge are Lovell Park Towers in Camp Road. Primrose Hill High School is seen left of centre in the distance. Lovell Park Road crosses over Clay Pit Lane at this point. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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Primrose Hill Colliery, closure (Swillington) (6 comments)
Black & White image6th March 1970 Primrose Hill Colliery after closure, George Prince, the colliery manager C Shaw and training officer Jack Kielty had a drink with the miners who had worked their last shift. The previous week the pit had broken the record for production. Its closure was marked with barrels of free beer for the miners.
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Primrose Hill Primary School, Primrose Hill, Stanningley (Stanningley)
Colour image2000/2001 View of Primrose Hill Primary School situated in Primrose Hill. The first meeting of the Pudsey School Board was held on the 28th January 1875. A census was taken of the number of children in the district, with a view to making provision for their education. This meant a building programme of new schools including Primrose Hill. When it first opened it had places for 200 hundred pupils. By 1908 it could accommodate 389 boys and girls and 191 infants. On average the numbers were lower with only 222 children and 82 infants in regular attendance. Nowadays, the school has around 377 children on roll between the ages of 3 and 11 years.
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