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Clapgate Primary School, Library (Belle Isle)
Colour image16th June 1997 The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Linda Middleton, cuts the ribbon at the official opening of the new library at Clapgate Primary School on Cranmore Drive. The corridor walls are covered with posters and with children's art work. Clapgate Primary School dates from the 1950s; during the 1970s and 1980s it became Clapgate Middle School before reverting back to a primary school in the early 1990s.
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Clapgate Primary School, Library (Belle Isle)
Colour image16th June 1997 The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Linda Middleton, at the opening of the new library at Clapgate Primary School on Cranmore Drive, one of the many functions she presided over during her Mayoral term of office from 1997-98. Clapgate Primary School was built in the 1950s; it became Clapgate Middle School for a time in the 1970s and 1980s but reverted back to a primary during school reorganisation in the early 1990s.
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Cranmore Drive, Clapgate Primary School, Recyling Event (Belle Isle)
Colour imagec1997-98 The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Linda Middleton, at a recycling event outside Clapgate Primary School on Cranmore Drive, during her Mayoral year of 1997-98. The event is promoting new recycling bins for newspapers and magazines, plastic bottles etc. Cranmore and Raylands Community Centre can be seen on the right and a semi-detached house at no.33 Cranmore Drive on the left.
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