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Location - Leeds & District

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Black Music Festival, Potternewton Park (Chapeltown)
Black & White image27th August 1989. Image taken on Bank Holiday Sunday, 27th August 1989, at the Black Music Festival held annually in Potternewton Park. It is a free community event sponsored by Leeds City Council and is the biggest Black Music Festival in Europe. This was the fourth Leeds Reggae Concert and included musicians and performers from the Caribbean and the U.S.A. In this image Jamaican Dub poet, Ras Fikre, is performing to the crowds. As well as the more well known artists, the Festival is also a showcase for local talent.
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Harehills Lane, entrance to Potternewton Park (Chapeltown)
Black & White image7th August 1930. View shows the entrance to Potternewton Park on Harehills Lane. Three signs are to the left of the gates - one is City of Leeds by-laws, opening times to the park and a sign saying that dogs must be kept on a lead. Metal gates in the centre lead to a pth in the gardens. A house on the right belongs to the groundskeeper.
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Harehills Lane, gatehouse (Chapeltown)
Black & White image7th August 1930 View of Potternewton Park gateway entrance and railings, gatehouses. At this time this house was the gardeners house and was occupied by either Walter Prowles, head gardener to Potternewton park or Fred Taylor, gardener. Gas lamp just outside the property.
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Harehills Lane, gatehouse (Chapeltown)
Black & White image7th August 1930 Gatehouse on Harehills Lane to Potternewton Park. This was used as one of the gardeners houses to Potternewton Park and was not at the main entrance to the park.
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Harehills Lane, gatehouse (Chapeltown)
Black & White image7th August 1930 Gatehouse at Potternewton Park on Harehills Lane. This was number 1 the main entrance and was occupied at the time by one of the gardeners to the park.
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