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Search Aspect ( Wetherby Weir )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Flower Festival (Wetherby)
Colour image4th July 1986 A flower display arranged for the church flower festival in 1986. It represents the successful restoration of the weir by the Wetherby Weir Preservation Trust. The work is symbolised by tools and there are stones from the river bed and the site of the weir.
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River Wharfe, and Weir (Wetherby)
Black & White imageDecember 1981 View of the River Wharfe showing a breach in the weir. The condition of the weir was causing concern among members of the Town Council and local residents at this time. This led to the formation of a Preservation Trust and the restoration of the weir was undertaken in 1982.
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River Wharfe, breach in weir (Wetherby)
Black & White imageDecember 1981 View of the River Wharfe with Wetherby Bridge in the background. In the foreground the breach in the weir is evident and in urgent need of restoration. Work began in 1982 organised by the newly formed Preservation Trust. It was completed in about six months.
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River Wharfe, breach in Weir (Wetherby)
Colour image1982 This image shows the River Wharfe in flood and the breach in the weir is evident. It was during 1982 that a Preservation Trust was formed to restore the weir as there were serious concerns regarding further damage, perhaps irrepairable, in the advent of another hard winter.
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River Wharfe, breach in weir (Wetherby)
Colour imageMay 1982 View of the River Wharfe showing water pouring through the breach in the weir. The state of the weir had caused consternation amongst local people and it led to the formation of a Preservation Trust. Work began on the restoration of the weir in the summer of 1982.
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