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Location - Leeds & District

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Calverley Parish Church and School viewed from South Lodge, watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley)
Colour imageUndated. View of Calverley Parish Church, St. Wilfrid's, and the church school, as painted in a watercolour by Fred Swaine (1858 - 1942) looking from South Lodge. Calverley Church of England School known as St. Wilfrid's School was originally located in the churchyard and was attended by Sir Walter Calverley in 1675. The school was re-built in 1840 and later in 1878. The building seen here opened on 10th June 1870, Whit Monday at a cost of £1600. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Calverley Parish Church of St. Wilfrid from Town Gate, Calverley (Calverley)
Colour image2000/2001 Image shows Calverley Parish Church of St.Wilfrid from Town Gate. The church with square tower dates from 1154. To the left of the church are numbers 1 and 3 Church House, near to the junction with Carr Road. This three storey, Grade 2 listed building was built in the mid-eighteenth century.
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Calverley Parish Church of St. Wilfrid, floodlit (Calverley)
Black & White image12th May 1937 View of the floodlit Church of St.Wilfrid in celebration of the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday 12th May 1937.
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Calverley Parish Church of St. Wilfrid, interior view (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated Interior view of Calverley Parish Church of St. Wilfrid before the restoration of 1870 took place under the incumbency of Rev.Alfred Brown, M.A. At this time the organ was located at the back of the gallery, which was constructed C 1844, in front of the Crooked Tower Arch. The organ was subsequently moved to the Calverley Chapel during the 1870 restoration. The gallery, seen here, was erected at the west end of the nave, adjoining the tower, in order to seat the school children. Girls sat to the left, and boys to the right, in pews dating from the 17th Century. The seating for the choir is visible below the organ. The gallery was removed and other extnsive alterations to the Church were carried out at a total cost of £4,000 in 1870.
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Calverley Parish Church of St.Wilfrid, interior view (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated Interior view of the Parish Church of St.Wilfrid showing the Chancel and the 15th Century 'Flamboyant' window. This style of Gothic Architecture was much used in France in the 15th and 16th Centuries. Note the tracery of flame-like forms, named from the French word 'flamboyer, to blaze.' On the right is the oak pulpit erected in memory of Samuel Redhead, vicar (1822-1845).
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