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Search Aspect ( St. Michael''s Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Lane, St. Michael's Chuch and War Memorial (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View of St. Michael's Parish Church and its graveyard, situated on Church Lane. Pride of place in the graveyard goes to the War Memorial, seen in the foreground with wreaths of poppies laid in front. Among those commemorated are George Davies, Fred Williamson, Arthur Clayton, Frederick Cooke, John Lorriman, John Hoole, John Brook, Amos Harper, Alfred Green and Charles Miller. The present church here was built in 1881 but the site has been occupied by a place of worship since around 1160.
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Church Lane, St. Michael's Church (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View showing St. Michael's Parish Church and graveyard situated on Church Lane. The lych gate entrance is on the left and a noticeboard giving times of services on the right. This church was built in 1881, after a previous church on the site was demolished the year before. It is believed that a place of worship has existed on the site since around 1160.
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Church Lane, St. Michael's Church (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View of St. Michael's Church, the parish church of East Ardsley, and its surrounding graveyard, situated on Church Lane. The site has been occupied by a place of worship since around 1160. Originally a chapel of the parish of St. Mary, Woodkirk, the previous building had been altered and extended over the years before it was demolished in 1880. The Norman doorway survived to be incorporated into the present church, which was consecrated in November 1881.
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Church Lane, St. Michael's Church, noticeboard (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View of St. Michael's Church on Church Lane showing the noticeboard near the entrance to the grounds. Details of the vicar and wardens are given as well as times of services, including also times of those at St. Gabriel's and the Methodist Church.
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Church Lane, St. Michael's Church, rear view (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View of the rear of St. Michael's Church, the parish church of East Ardsley, situated on Church Lane. The view looks across the graveyard which is dominated by tall trees. St. Michael's was built in 1881 after the previous church on the site had fallen into disrepair; it is believed there has been a place of worship on the site since around 1160.
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