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Results Found (27), Result Page (1 of 6)
Search Aspect ( social club )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapel Street Social Club, junction with Chapel Street and Selby Road (Halton) (4 comments)
Colour image2000 Originally called Halton Institute, the foundation stone of Chapel Street Social Club was laid by Mrs George Lane Fox. The junction of Selby Road and Chapel Street, partially seen here was also the first terminus of the trams from Leeds, which opened on April 30th 1915.
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Church Lane, Kippax Ex-Service and Social Club (Kippax)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Church Lane seen from Leeds Road, showing the Kippax Ex-Service and Social Club in the centre.
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Dewsbury Road, Crescent Social Club (Beeston) (2 comments)
Black & White image10th May 1979. Side view of the Crescent Social Club, formerly the Crescent Cinema, on Dewsbury Road by the junction with Parkside Lane. A notice on the wall saying 'Mecca World, Crescent Social Club' gives opening times. Advertising hoardings can be seen for lager and for Silk Cut cigarettes. Two people waiting at a bus stop and there is a telephone box on the left. The building operated as a Cinema from 1921 until 1968 and is now Winston's health club.
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Dewsbury Road, Crescent Social Club (Beeston)
Black & White image10th May 1979. View of the Crescent Social Club, formerly the Crescent Cinema, at the junction of Dewsbury Road and Parkside Lane. Designed by architects C.C. Chadwick and William Watson, the building opened as a cinema on 1st August 1921 and closed on the 6th July 1968. It is now Winston's health and leisure centre.
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Domestic Street, Picture House (Holbeck) (20 comments)
Black & White image5th February 1980. View of Domestic Street showing the junction with Shafton Lane on the left and St. Matthew's Street on the right. Leeds & Holbeck Building Society is on the left. In the centre is the Silver Dollar Bingo and Social Club, formerly the Picture House Cinema. Designed by architect F.W. Rhodes of Upper Wortley, the cinema opened on 5th January 1916 with the film 'My Old Dutch' starring Albert Chevalier. The 900 seat cinema closed on 11th July 1962, the last film being ' 2 and 2 make six' starring George Chakiris.
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