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Search Aspect (Wykebeck Primary School )
Location - Leeds & District

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South Gipton Community Centre opened by Dennis Healey (Gipton)
Black & White image4th February 1984. In this image the Rt. Hon. Denis Healey M.P. is taking a shot on the brand new pool table at South Gipton Community Centre. He was there to open the new centre, which was in the former nursery unit of Wykebeck Primary School located in Coldcotes Grove. Denis Healey praised the local community who had raised £5,000 towards the cost of the centre. Pictured are, from left to right; Suzi Armitage, Margaret Clegg, Dennis Healey, Tony Ratchford, Fred Harris, Pat Walton, Mavis and Harry Emerson, Arthur Westerman, Annie Ripley and Peter Robinson.
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South Gipton Community Centre, opening ceremony (Gipton)
Black & White image4th February 1984. Image taken at the opening of South Gipton Community Centre in Coldcotes Grove. The special guest was the Rt. Hon. Denis Healey M.P. who gave a speech praising the fund raising efforts of the local community (second from right). To the left of Mr. Healey is Suzi Armitage and standing facing him is Arthur Westerman. The new community centre was the result of a long campaign by local residents. It was founded in the former nursery unit of Wykebeck Primary School
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South Gipton Community Centre, young pool players (Gipton)
Black & White image4th February 1984. Image taken at the opening of South Gipton Community Centre in Coldcotes Grove. It shows some of the young local residents enjoying a game of pool. It was the official opening of the centre and Dennis Healey was the special guest. The community had campaigned over a long period of time for a centre and raised £5,000 towards the cost. The former nursery unit of Wykebeck Primary School was equipped with Pool and Table Tennis tables and Space Invader Games. Members of the local community were invited to drop in for drinks and snacks throughout the day. It was also the meeting place of local groups, including a dominoes group, a card group, Mums and Toddlers Group, a Junior and Senior Youth Club and Bingo sessions.
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South Gipton Community Centre, young pool players (Gipton)
Black & White image4th February 1984. Images shows a group of youngsters playing pool at the newly opened South Gipton Community Centre. Other facilities included table tennis equipment and space invader games. The photograph was taken on 4th February, 1984, the official opening day. The Rt. Hon. Denis Healey was invited to perform the opening ceremony. The new community centre, located in the former nursery unit of Wykebeck Primary School, had been long awaited by the local community. It was to become a popular meeting place for various clubs and groups including senior and junior youth club.
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Wykebeck Primary School, aerial view (Gipton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view centred on Wykebeck County Primary School. Coldcotes Grove runs along the top of the school, with Brander Road to the right and below and Brander Street to the left. South Farm Road is on the far left with Coldcotes Crescent and Coldcotes View leading off this to the centre top. Running vertically up the centre from the school is Coldcotes Walk. Wykebeck Valley Road is on the far right.
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