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Search Aspect (The Green )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aireborough Leisure Centre, The Green (Guiseley)
Colour imageOctober 2003 Aireborough Leisure Centre, the Green, seen here from the car park. Built in the late 1960s this building houses many opportunities to partake in physical activity. The Sports Hall incorporates a Bodyline gym and facilities for football, badminton, basketball and squash. There is also a 25 metre pool and a climbing wall.
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Aireborough Leisure Centre, The Green (Guiseley)
Colour imageMarch 2004. View of Aireborough Leisure Centre at The Green. It dates from the mid 1960s and includes a swimming pool, climbing wall, squash courts, a 54 station gym and the opportunity to take part in various classes and learning provisions. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Calverley Post Office, The Green (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated Image show Calverley Post Office, centre of this long, low stone building situated on the Green. It was built C.1840 and demolished in 1909 when a new Post Office was built in Blackett Street (known then as Back Lane.) The building to the left was the home of the Rushworths who ran the tiny post office and shop for many years. The cottage to the right was occupied by a labourer.
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Calverley Post Office, The Green (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated View of the old stone built Post Office, centre, located on the Green at the bottom of Woodhall Road. It was the original village Post Office until it was condemned along with other properties on the Green. It was demolished in 1909 and a new Post Office opened in Blackett Street (then Black Lane). Two local families, the Rushworths and the Halls, inter married and provided 3 generations of sub Post-Masters, residing in the cottage on the left. Benjamin & Fred Rushworth were the last Post Masters to occupy this building. Postal deliveries were made 6 days a week and Calverley residents could visit the Post Office to collect their own post on Sundays. Various advertising signs are displayed on the walls of the tiny shop, including ones for the sale of picture postcards of local views and D Farrer & Co Tailors.
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Church of St. James, The Green (Seacroft) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the interior of the Church of St. James, looking towards the altar. The church dates from 1845 and was built in the Lancet style. It was originally designed to seat 400 people and is located on The Green. Its patron was the Vicar of Whitkirk.
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