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L to R: David Fletcher; Carol South; Margaret (Meg) Phipps; Mary Hurst; Sandra Lomas; Hilary Darby; Christine Booth; ?

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Possibly from the 1890s.

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Nutclough Mill in the foreground, Yorkshire Water Board excavations behind Dodnaze estate, and the Birchcliffe Centre to the right of the centre of the picture.

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The rear of the centre from Chapel Avenue. Probably 1980s.

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Detail of the arch over what is now the mezzanine floor.

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Talk by David Fletcher being given to a group

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Talk by David Fletcher being given to a group.

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Tables laid for dining, probably in the 19809s.

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Local business exhibition in the 1980s.

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On the left is David Fletcher and seated left is David Shutt.

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The gallery pews were retained.

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The hostel so9on after its conversion in the 1980s.

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A view of the rear of the Birchcliffe Cente showing an extension to what had been the Sunday which which was later taken down.

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An unusual view taken from the rear

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The hall makes an excellent lecture theatre. here David Fletcher is addressing an audience.

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Previously Birchcliffe Baptist Church, this Grade 2 listed buiding is now owned by Pennine Heritage. A floor was put in at balcony level, seen here, so that office space could be created underneath.
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