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Search Aspect (Tingley Methodist Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Orchestra of Tingley Methodist Church outside the old institute (Tingley)
Black & White image1930s. View of the orchestra of Tingley Methodist Church outside the old institute. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Studio portrait of Mrs Ivy Austerfield of the Salvation Army (Tingley)
Black & White image1920s. Posed studio portrait of Mrs Ivy Austerfield of the Salvation Army. It is believed that Mrs Austerfield was also associated with Tingley Methodist Church. Here, she is seen in her Salvation Army uniform consisting of a long navy skirt, a close-fitting, high-necked tunic with white lace-edge collar and a large brimmed bonnet with red band and huge ribbon bow. The bonnet was introduced by Catherine Booth in 1880 for practical reasons, such as protecting the wearer from the cold and from flying missiles! William and Catherine Booth, husband and wife, were instrumental in founding the Salvation Army in 1865. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Methodist Church and Sunday School building, Westerton Road (Tingley)
Colour image1989. View of the stone built, almost 170 year old Tingley Methodist Church and the Sunday School building. Methodism in the area is thought to have begun with the first Nonconformist Meeting House built on the Upper Green at Lee Fair. The first Methodist Chapel dates from 1780 but, despite being enlarged, by 1837 it was no longer able to accommodate the rising Methodist population. Hence, a new Chapel was built, as seen in the image, which opened on Shrove Tuesday, 6th March, 1838. It was constructed at a cost of £511, 2 shillings and 9 pence. The Sunday School premises were built in a response to a very active and successful Sunday School which again had outgrown it's premises. It was built at a cost of £1,400 and was opened on Saturday 7th November 1908 by Mrs. Pliny Hepworth. The original Sunday School was converted to a Men's Institute in 1909. This building was demolished in 1962. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Methodist Church, Geoffrey Dunn at the organ (Tingley)
Colour imageSeptember 1971. Image shows the interior of Tingley Methodist Church in Westerton Road during a Flower Festival service. The organist is Geoffery Dunn. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Methodist Church, laying the foundation stone for the new Sunday School (Tingley)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows people gathered together to witness the laying of the foundation stone for the new Sunday School at Tingley Methodist Church. The church and Sunday School are situated in Westerton Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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