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Search Aspect ( Trinity Methodist Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Building Blocks Nursery and Playgroup, Maude Avenue (Beeston) (1 comment)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of the new Building Blocks Nursery and Playgroup, located in Maude Avenue. The nursery caters for up to 16 children from birth to under three years old, and the playgroup has places for twenty. Building Blocks is part of the 'Faith Together in Leeds 11' charity, established in June 2000. The nursery/playgroup began life at Trinity Methodist Church in Tempest Road. The new premises opened in September 2003 and is now an important part of the community.
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Guiseley Methodist Church, Oxford Road (Guiseley)
Colour image2004. Image shows Guiseley Methodist Church located in Oxford Road and dating from 1985. It replaced the gothic style Trinity Methodist Church built in 1896 and the 1927 schoolrooms. In 1877 another Methodist Chapel, known as Providence, was built in Otley Road on the site now occupied by Morrisons Supermarket. Trinity Church and the Providence Chapel joined together in 1966 and occupied the Trinity buildings until they were demolished in 1985. The modern building, seen in this image, opened on 5th March 1985.
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Tempest Road, Holy Spirit Church Hall (Beeston)
Colour image1989. View of Tempest Road showing the Church Hall of the Church of the Holy Spirit, at the junction with Maud Avenue. The building on the right is the Trinity Methodist Church. In the background is a shop at no.111 Lodge Lane, by the corner with Stratford Terrace, on which the terraced houses leading off in the centre are situated.
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Tempest Road, Trinity United Methodist Church (Beeston) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Trinity United Methodist Church at the junction of Tempest Road with Trentham Street. The Church was built to accommodate 550 people and was part of the South Leeds circuit of 11 United Methodist Churches.
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