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Search Aspect (Weetwood Grange )
Location - Leeds & District

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Site for housing estate (Lawnswood)
Black & White image2nd June 1938. View looking on to site for Weetwood Grange Housing Estate looking from Ring Road.
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Weetwood Grange / Weetwood Grove (Weetwood) (3 comments)
Black & White image1989. Image shows Weetwood Grange/Weetwood Grove, a Grade II listed building now converted to flats. It is situated Off Weetwood Lane at the end of Foxhill Court. An outdoor swimming pool with slide can be seen in front of the property. The house dates from 1861 and has later additions built in the late nineteenth and early 20th centuries. It is believed that the original property was divided in two in the early twentieth century, and called Weetwood Grove and Weetwood Grange, The Porter's Leeds and Neighbourhood Directory for 1872 shows Thomas Wolryche Stansfield Esq. as living here. He was a 'stuff merchant' from Bradford, and also a Justice of the Peace.
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Weetwood Grange Estate (Lawnswood) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd June 1938. Photograph of the beginning of the housing development on Weetwood Grange Estate. The mapping out of Wynford Avenue can be seen by the laying of edging stones and the recent clearance of trees although many remain.
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Weetwood Grange Estate (Lawnswood)
Black & White image2nd June 1938. View looking on to site of Weetwood Grange Estate housing development. Photo is looking from Ring Road.
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Weetwood Grange, Weetwood Lane (Headingley)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Weetwood Grange, a Grade II listed building off Weetwood Lane dating from 1861 and now converted to flats. This large residential house was used as a convalescent home for the girls injured in the explosion at the Barnbow National Filling Factory in 1916. A "Comforts Fund" had been raised for the girls and the house was leased for a period of 2 years by the committee of this fund. Afterwards it became a custom to send women workers who were suffering from ailments due to the nature of the work they were engaged in at Barnbow to the house for a 3 or 4 week rest.
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