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Meanwood Church of England School, Green Road, Headmaster's House (Meanwood) (3 comments)
Colour imageSeptember 1991. Image shows the old Headmaster's house at Meanwood Church of England Primary School. It is empty and boarded up prior to refurbishment and extensions to existing buildings. The stone built property now houses the staff rooms of the school in Green Road. The school dates from 1840 and was built by Christopher Beckett of Meanwood Park. The 1841 census lists Richard Kingston as the schoolmaster in residence.
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Meanwood Church of England School, Green Road, Infants' entrance (Meanwood)
Colour imageSeptember 1991. Image shows an interior view of the Infants' entrance to Meanwood Church of England School in Green Road. This part of the school was built c1892 as the new cloakroom. The original buildings dated from 1840 with later additions in the 1870s and 1890s. The original coat racks are visible in the cloakroom. At this time the school was about to undergo a programme of refurbishment. Through the open doorway a car parked in Green Road can be seen.
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Meanwood Church of England School, Green Road, the bell tower (Meanwood)
Colour imageSeptember 1991. View of the bell tower at Meanwood Church of England School in Green Road, located opposite the former Headmaster's house. The windows are boarded up in readiness for a programme of refurbishment. The stone panel beneath the belfry is inscribed as follows: 'This school and the master's house were built by Christopher Beckett Esq of Meanwood Park in the year of our Lord MCCCCXL' (1840).' Before the war it was the custom to ring the bell 20 times at 8.50 am and 1.20 pm prior to the start of the morning and afternoon school lessons.
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Meanwood Parish Church, lychgate (Meanwood)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows the lychgate of Holy Trinity Church, the parish church of Meanwood. This church was founded by Misses Mary and Elizabeth Beckett of Meanwood Park with the foundation stone laid on 20th May 1848 by their nephew William Beckett Denison. It was consecrated on 6th October 1849.
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Meanwood Parish Church, lychgate (Meanwood)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows the lychgate of Meanwood Parish Church, Holy Trinity. The church was founded by Misses Mary and Elizabeth Beckett of Meanwood Park and the foundation stone laid by their nephew William Beckett Denison on 20th May 1848. It was consecrated on 6th October 1849.
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