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Bardsey Village Hall from Woodacre Lane (Bardsey) (1 comment)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of Bardsey Village Hall viewed from Woodacre Lane. The Hall shares a car park with Bardsey Tennis Club. A sign for the tennis club welcomes new members. It was founded in 1955 by Mr. T. Dickinson and nowadays there are over one hundred members with top teams in the region and a thriving junior section. The photograph was taken in the snow on Easter Sunday.
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Bardsey Village Hall, Woodacre Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of Bardsey Village Hall in Woodacre Lane on Easter Sunday morning after a snowfall. Many events and social activities take place here, and it is run and organised by the Village Hall Committee. The hall shares its car park with the nearby Bardsey tennis club.
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Bath Road, entrance to light industrial units at Midland Mills (Holbeck)
Colour image7th March 2008. Image shows the entrances to light industrial units beneath the viaduct arches taken from Bath Road. The units number from 70 on the left and are part of Midland Mills, also at the other side of the viaduct. Midland Mills has entrances on Water Lane and Silver Street. The mills were built by John Jubb and date from 1793. In their heyday they were the largest textile machinery manufacturers in the country. With the decline of the textile industry the mills closed in 1981, and have since been divided into small units for light industry. Plans for Holbeck Urban Village include renovating the mills, incorporating modern design while still retaining the character of the original building. The disused railway viaduct may become an elevated walkway leading into City Station.
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Beeston Village Store, Town Street (Beeston) (2 comments)
Colour image2005. View of Town Street showing the new £3 million development incorporating Beeston Village Store and the Beeston Village Medical Centre. The food store and other businesses, including an opticians, travel agents, and a Funeral Directors, are all part of Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society. St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church and Presbytery is visible left on Old Lane.
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Beeston Village Store, Town Street (Beeston) (5 comments)
Colour image2005. Image shows Beeston Village Store, a new multi-million pound development on Town Street. Local people are able to shop at the Co-operative food store and visit the Co-op pharmacy, travel agents and opticians. Beeston Co-op was the overall winner of the 2004 Leeds 'Best Supermarket for Fairtrade'. Far right is James Reed House, Beeston Village Medical Centre with arched roof. It brings together a wealth of medical services and expertise under one roof and was built in partnership with the N.H.S. Trust, South Leeds Primary Heath Care Trust and Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society.
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