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Search Aspect (Grange Close )
Location - Leeds & District

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Adel Grange (Adel)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Front view of a large stone built house, Adel Grange, situated on Adel Grange Close. It is noted as being the home, between 1865 and 1922, of Isabella Ford, a reputed trade unionist, socialist, women's suffrage campaigner and peace activist. Born in 1855, she was the daughter of Quaker solicitor Robert Ford and his wife Hannah Pease, who moved to Adel Grange when she was ten.
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Adel Grange (Adel) (1 comment)
Black & White image1967. View of Adel Grange, a large stone built house, situated on Adel Grange Close. It is noted as being the home, between 1865 and 1922, of Isabella Ford, a reputed trade unionist, socialist, women's suffrage campaigner and peace activist. She was a founder member of the Leeds Tailoresses Union and the Leeds Women's Suffrage Society, and later became involved with the Independant Labour Party. Her Quaker family background led her to be a pacifist and she campaigned for peace and disarmament during the First World War. Adel Grange is now a residential care home.
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Bardsey Primary School from Grange Close (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Image shows Bardsey Primary School from Grange Close, foreground. The view is over the snow-covered rooftops of houses in Grange Close and across Bardsey Beck to the school in Woodacre Lane.
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Grange Close from Wetherby Road (A58) (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of Grange Close from Wetherby Road (A58) in the foreground. A recent fall of snow has begun to thaw on this Easter Sunday morning.
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Wetherby Road (A58) in the direction of Leeds (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Image shows Wetherby Road (A58) looking in the direction of Leeds showing the junction with Mill Lane on the left. The bus stop on the right, near houses in Grange Close, serves passengers for East Keswick, Collingham and Wetherby. A wooden shelter has been provided for waiting passengers. A late fall of snow on Easter Sunday has begun to thaw.
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