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Results Found (17), Result Page (1 of 4)
Search Aspect ( St. Luke''s )
Location - Leeds & District

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Beeston Hill Parish Church A.F.C. (Beeston)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a young team from Beeston Hill Parish Church A.F.C. proudly posing with their cup. On the far right, seated on the front row, is a player with the surname Wheeler. The vicar, at the back, left, is the Reverend William Edward Smith, also known by his initials, W.E. He was at Beeston Hill Parish Church (St. Luke's) between 1918 and 1936.
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Beeston Hill Parish Church, A.F.C., 1932 cup winners (Beeston)
Black & White image1932. Team photo showing Beeston Hill Parish Church A.F.C. posing with the 1932 cup winners trophy. The proud winners are also joined by their 'mascot' on the front row, a small dog. "B.H.P.C. 1932 CUP WINNERS" is displayed on the leather football in the centre. On the back row, second from the right, is a young man named Jim Wheeler. Top row left is Richard Hopps, step father to Jim Wheeler and owner of the dog in the photograph. The player kneeling front right is Richard Hampshire. Between 1918 and 1936 the vicar of Beeston Hill Parish Church, also known as St. Luke's, was the Reverend William Edward Smith, often referred to as W.E. 1932 was the year of the church's Diamond Jubilee. It was consecrated on 18th January 1872 and the first service took place on 15th February of that year.
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Beeston Road, Beeston Hill, St. Luke's C of E Primary School (Beeston)
Black & White image2004. View of the nursery at Beeston Hill, St. Luke's C of E Primary School on Beeston Road, showing the outdoor play area with various play equipment to be seen.
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Beeston Road, Beeston Hill, St. Luke's Cof E Primary School (Beeston)
Black & White image2004. View of Beeston Hill, St. Luke's C of E Primary School on Beeston Road, surrounded by tall trees. This building replaced the old St. Luke's School on the corner of st. Luke's Grove and Back Malvern Road, which was demolished in the 1970s.
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North Street, St. Luke's Church (Leylands)
Black & White image23rd February 1930. St. Luke's Church, situated at the corner of Skinner Lane and North Street, was consecrated on October 4th 1841. Stone built designed by architects William Perkin and Elisha Backhouse. The vicar at this time, Rev. John Buchanan, included the Church of St. Thomas, Melbourne Street as part of his living.
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