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Search Aspect ( community centre )
Location - Leeds & District

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Gipton 'Family Allowance' Toy Faire, Wykebeck Community Centre (Gipton)
Black & White image6th December 1984. Image taken at the Wykebeck Community Centre during one of two 'Family Allowance' Toy Fairs. The other was held on the same day at the Henry Barran Centre. Local residents in possession of a Family Allowance book were able to buy new and quality second-hand toys as Christmas presents for their children. These were offered at a much cheaper price than in the shops, sometimes between only 10p and 25p. Many toys were donated to the committees and toy wholesalers gave substantial discounts. The Christmas Toy Bonanza was held annually.
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Holbeck Moor, St. Matthew's Community Centre and Holbeck Towers (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View looking across Holbeck Moor towards Holbeck Moor Road with St. Matthew's Community Centre in the former church on the left and the flats of Holbeck Towers on the right. The photo was taken in Spring 2010 shortly before the flats were demolished as part of an extensive regeneration scheme for the Holbeck and Beeston Hill areas. The former church, being a listed building, remains.
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Main Street, looking north (East Ardsley)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of Main Street looking north with properties on the left numbering approximately 59 to 67. The light coloured single storey building left of centre is East Ardsley Community Centre.
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New Farnley Community Centre and Library, Low Moor Side (Farnley)
Colour image1995. View of New Farnley Community Centre on Low Moor Side, which also houses New Farnley Branch Library.
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New Farnley Community Centre, Low Moor Side (Farnley) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows New Farnley Community Centre which is situated on Low Moor side. The community centre had been built in a corner of the playground of New Farnley School. The school opened in 1847, at this time the community Centre was used as a reading room, but also contained two billiard tables. New Farnley Community Centre is still open today.
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