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L to R: Ann Kilbey, Beryl Martin, ? , Frank Woolrych, Janina Holubecki, Roger Grimshaw, Lynn Grimshaw, David Martin, Katie Morag, Alice.

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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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Knur & Spell is a local game believed to have originated in Yorkshire in the C14th.

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The Archbishop of York plants a tree in the grounds of the Birchcliffe Centre

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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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Formerly a Baptist Chapel and Sunday School and one of the largest and most magnificent of its time. Converted in 1977 to provide a 350 seat Conference Centre and offices. In 1982 the former Sunday School was converted to become a 62 bed residential…

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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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This was the third General Baptist's Chapel on the Birchcliffe Hillside the first opened in 1764 on Sandy Gate although meetings had been held at Higher Needless at the top of Wadsworth Lane some years earlier. In 1833 the chapel was rebuilt to…

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David Fletcher walking up to the door. This was the third General Baptist's Chapel on the Birchcliffe Hillside the first opened in 1764 on Sandy Gate although meetings had been held at Higher Needless at the top of Wadsworth Lane some years earlier.…

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The now lit up at night Birchcliffe Centre 2017. Image and lighting were created by the photographer/electrician Alex Taylor

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Looking across Hangingroyd and Nutclough Mills to Birchcliffe late 1880s.

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Pictured in the Board Room at the Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge discussing an HLF application for funding are: standing L to R: Michael Newton with Phil Kennedy, David Fletcher and Frank Woolrych from Pennine Heritage Ltd. Seated: Nick Wilding,…

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The upper floor of the chapel after its first conversion as a community space. Now the Birchcliffe Centre with upper floor totally re-structured following a Heritage Lottery grant. See www.pennineheritage.org.uk/

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Designed by George Lister Sutcliffe, of the firm of Sutcliffe and Sutcliiffe Architects. This image appears on page 13 of A Short History of Birchcliffe Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge. Dated 1899.

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Ann Kilbey, David Martin and Sonja in the Board Room at the Birchcliffe Centre.

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L to R: Lord and Lady Shutt, Karl Boggis, Mayor of Hebden Royd, David Fletcher, Frank Woolrych
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