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Search Aspect (David Lloyd Leisure Club )
Location - Leeds & District

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David Lloyd Leisure Club, Opening Ceremony (Moortown)
Colour image16th October 1997 Councillor Linda Middleton, the Lord Mayor of Leeds, and George Graham, manager of Leeds United football club, cut the tape at the opening ceremony of the David Lloyd Leisure Club on Tongue Lane.
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David Lloyd Leisure Club, Opening Ceremony (Moortown)
Colour image16th October 1997 Councillor Linda Middleton, the Lord Mayor of Leeds, and George Graham, manager of Leeds United Football Club, unveil a plaque at the opening of the David Lloyd Leisure Club on Tongue Lane. Costing £7.5 million to build, this private club has tennis, badminton and squash courts, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a gymnasium and an aerobics studio.
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David Lloyd Leisure Club, Opening Ceremony (Moortown)
Colour image16th December 1997 Councillor Linda Middleton, Lord Mayor of Leeds, is pictured with Leeds United assistant manager David O'Leary at the opening ceremony of the David Lloyd Leisure Club on Tongue Lane.
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David Lloyd Leisure Club, Opening Ceremony (Moortown)
Colour image16th October 1997 Councillor Linda Middleton, Lord Mayor of Leeds, pictured with Leeds United manager George Graham during the opening ceremony of the David Lloyd Leisure Club on Tongue Lane.
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David Lloyd Leisure Club, Opening Ceremony (Moortown)
Colour image16th October 1997 Councillor Linda Middleton, Lord Mayor of Leeds, is pictured with Leeds United midfielder Rod Wallace at the opening ceremony of the David Lloyd Leisure Club on Tongue Lane, while team-mate Lucas Radebe is in the background.
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