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Lowtown (Pudsey) (1 comment)
Colour image1981. View of Lowtown in 1981 showing the National school on the right. This Pudsey Parish church school, built in 1843, incorporated the day school and Sunday schools. This view is looking towards the end of Lowtown and the junctions with Lane End, Swinnow Road and Crimbles Road (Kent Road).
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National School, Lowtown (Pudsey)
Colour image1981. Image shows the National School, the Pudsey Parish Church Day and Sunday Schools, built in Lowtown in 1843. It had places for 228 children residing in the Lowtown area. Simeon Rayner in his book 'The History of Pudsey' published in 1887 states that 'the education given was of a high character.' Nowadays, the right-hand side is a private dwelling, number 85 Lowtown, and number 85A, left, the old school hall, is occupied by Kindercare Ltd, a day nursery.
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Pudsey Parish Church (Pudsey)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Pudsey Parish Church, the church of St. Lawrence situated in Church Lane. It is built of stone in the Gothic style and dates from 1821.
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Pudsey Parish Church of St Lawrence, Church Lane (Pudsey) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, Front and left side view of church taken in the early 1900s.
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Pudsey Parish Church of St.Lawrence and St.Paul, Pudsey (Pudsey)
Colour imageC2000 View of Pudsey Parish Church, the Church of St. Lawrence, and St.Paul, located in Church Lane. The church was built in 1821 at the cost of £13,362 pounds, but has been renovated and altered over the years. It underwent a major renovation in 1907, under the direction of architects, Austin and Poley. The seating accommodation was extended to 2,000 sittings.
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