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Reverse of HCC00178 - Coin minted to commemorate the end of WW11. Donated by Richard Baldwin

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Coin minted to commemorate the end of WW11. Donated by Richard Baldwin

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Frank Woolrych presenting Donald Taylor with a prize for a photographic competition staged by the Alice Longstaff Collection and the National Trust. Lloyd Greenwood on the right.

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Site of the pulpit in the centre and the choir pews being dismsntled in 1994.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The chapel could…

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Organ and pulpit.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The chapel could hold 500/700 people and there were six class rooms and a…

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The entrance door on the left with the steps up to the Chapel which as on the first floor.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The…

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Looking up to the rear gallery.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The chapel could hold 500/700 people and there were six class…

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This building was on Halifax Road at Millwood, Todmorden, opposite the bus garage on what is now the car park for First employees.

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The Britannia Coco-nut Dancers of Bacup. The nut dance is most unusual and is performed either in a straight line or two lines of four with each of the dancers wearing wooden discs or nuts on their hands, and knees with a belly nut around the waist. …

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Taken on the weekend of the closing down sale, Easter, 1992

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The Alice Longstaff Gallery logo. The idea for the collection’s logo came from a painting by Mr Donald Crossley that he presented to Alice in September 1991 to celebrate her 70 years in business. A few weeks later Alice had a heart attack and died…

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Mount Zion Chapel and Stubbings School can be seen on the hillside with the Hole in the Wall public house at the foot of The Buttress, and the Council Offices (now the Town Hall) on the left.
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