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Search Aspect ( Victoria Park )
Location - Leeds & District

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Calverley Board School (Parkside School) from a watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley) (2 comments)
Colour imageUndated. This watercolour of Calverley Board School (later known as Parkside School) was painted from the artists bedroom window. From his home in Salisbury Street Fred Swaine was able to look across Victoria Park to the school. Salisbury Street was built in three phases in the 1890s and 1900s with the final phase in the middle added in 1910. The Board School was built at a cost of £4000 in 1900 to accommodate 264 children. Portman Street, where Fred Swaine once lived, runs between the buildings from the junction with Chapel Street, which cuts across from left to right. The roof in the foreground, left, belongs to the Cricket Pavillion in the park. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Chapel Street, entrance to Victoria Park (Calverley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View from Chapel Street of the entrance to Victoria Park, a small gateway in a stone wall. A path leads up through the park while alongside this running diagonally upwards across the middle is the boundary wall of the Primitive Methodist Chapel. This area now is a children's playground.
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Springfield Road, Victoria Park (Morley)
Colour imageUndated. View of the new housing development of Victoria Park at the end of Springfield Road, built by McLean Homes and described as "a collection of 4-bedroom detached family homes". Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Victoria Park from Carr Road (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated Image shows Victoria Park from a location close to Carr Road. It features the village War Memorial, facing the main entrance, in the form of a draped female cast in bronze. She is mounted on a plinth of Portland Stone and represents 'patriotism'. She holds a wreath in her right hand to commemorate the fallen. The memorial was designed by L.F.Roslyn, Esquire, R.B.S. of London. Victoria Park was opened in 1897 to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. It covers a site of 10 acres. The park is laid out with flower-beds, paths and seating and in the background, stone terraced homes in Salisbury Street are visible.
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West Specialist Inclusive Learning Centre, 4 Town Street, Stanningley (Stanningley)
Colour image2000/2001 View of West Specialist Inclusive Learning Centre, a community special school located at number 4 Town Street. It caters for around 140 pupils, including 40 sixth form places. Children and young people attending are aged between 2 and 19 years. The school operated on a split site, the milestone site, seen here, addressing the need of pupils with more complex learning difficulties and also housing the 6th form. Children with moderate learning difficulties were taught at the Victoria Park site, 3 miles away, situated in the grounds of Farnley Park High Schools in temporary accommodation. Some of the children here had emotional, behaviourial or social needs. This site was due to close in the summer of 2010 and an alternative site was to be found.
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