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Church of the Epiphany (Gipton) (10 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This church is situated on Foundry Lane. It was designed by N.F. Cachemaille Day, the foundation stone was laid on 12th July 1937 by Elsie Burroughs. Her brother, Dr Edward Burroughs was Bishop of Ripon 1926 - 1934, the church was consecrated as a memorial to Dr Burroughs in May 1938. The Princess Royal and the Earl of Harewood attended the ceremony. The original church hall was destroyed by fire in 1959, a replacement opened in 1962. The view shows the interior of the Lady Chapel.
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Church of the Epiphany, new team of ministers (Gipton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageAutumn 1984. Posing for the camera is the new team of ministers for the Church of the Epiphany in Beech Lane. (1984). Seated, is the Reverend Stuart Burns from Nidderdale and standing, Reverend Neil Broadbent from Knaresborough. Also included in the picture is Catkin, the black cat, who moved into the vicarage with Reverend Burns. Reverend Broadbent resided at 312 Easterly Road.
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Epiphany Lunch Club Christmas Dinner (Gipton)
Black & White image14th December 1984. Image shows a group of ladies in party hats enjoying mince pies at the Epiphany Lunch Club Christmas Dinner held in the Epiphany Hall of the Church of the Epiphany in Beech Lane. The dinner was followed by a Christmas show including a Victorian drawing room party with traditonal Christmas songs. It was an opportunity for representatives of the Anglican, Methodist and Catholic churches to get together. The Epiphany Lunch Club was a weekly event, held each Friday. It provided a two-course meal, followed by tea and biscuits, for pensioners at a cost of 65p.
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