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Search Aspect (Carnival )
Location - Leeds & District

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Boroughgate, Carnival (Otley)
Black & White image18th June 1988 View of Boroughgate on Otley Carnival Day. The procession of decorated floats and walking groups makes its way through the town, watched by crowds of people lining the streets. The carnival has been an annual event since 1983. On the right, the former Presto supermarket is under offer.
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Bramley Carnival float (Bramley) (5 comments)
Colour imageJuly 1976, Colour photograph of a decorated float parading along Upper Town Street during the Bramley Carnival of 1976, with people lining the streets to watch. The carnival had been a regular event in the early part of the 20th century but the 1976 one was the first for many years. Buildings in the background numbered 216 - 218 are boarded up or have windows broken and are scheduled for demolition.
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Bramley Carnival, fairground (Bramley)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows fairground swings at a Bramley carnival sometime around the late 19th or early 20th century. The carnival was a regular event at the time, having first been held officially in 1892, and continued to be an important date in the town's calendar until around 1952. It was then abandoned for some time before being resurrected in 1976.
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Bramley Carnival, float (Bramley) (5 comments)
Colour imageJuly 1976. Colour photograph of Bramley Primary School's float in the Bramley Carnival of 1976. Teachers and pupils are dressed in Victorian costume and are depicting a Victorian school day. The carnival, which had not been held since the early part of the century, was resurrected in 1976 and has since become a regular event again. The float is part of a parade travelling along Upper Town Street; shops in the background, including Thompson's bakers and confectioners at no. 216, are boarded up and scheduled for demolition.
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Bramley Carnival, float (Bramley)
Black & White imageUndated. Image taken at a Bramley Carnival around the late 19th or early 20th century. A horse-drawn decorated float by Oliver Hudson and Son of Pudsey, manufacturers of wholesale and retail confectionery, is seen in the centre. The Carnival, believed to date back to around 1865, was first held officially in 1892.
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