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The man on the parapet is Thomas Ingham Stansfield, the foreman.

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Looking towards the band stand.. AN 34131869

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Showing the band stand. AN 34131869

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1956? Work beginning on new secondary school, AN 70083581

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Taken from above Centre Vale Park with Mons Mill on the left and Whirlaw just below the skyline. AN 70083581

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From R A Priestley

Originally attached to the Town Hall, the was moved to Fielden Square and then to Centre Vale, April 1939. John Fielden was an industrialist and politician. He played a large part in reforming working practices to limit the hours…

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The band stand can be seen, also the Garden of Remembrance and the Grammar School (Ferney Lee). AN 32938220

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Local cotton mill owner Mr Thos. Ramsbotham erected Centre Vale House in 1826-8. John Fielden bought the Centre Vale estate, which included the house and surrounding parkland, in 1842. Mr Fielden M.P. was famous for introducing the Ten Hours Act…

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Looking over Centre Vale Mansion, which was demolished in the 1950s, to Stoodley Pike on the far hillside. To the right is the tower of Christ Church and on the skyline to the left the tower of Cross Stone Church.

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Burnley Road opposite Centre Vale Park, the park entrance can be seen on far left.

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The mansion in Centre Vale Park was once home to 'Honest' John Fielden who bought the estate in 1842. The estate was given to Todmorden Borough Council in about 1900 and opened as a public park in 1912. During the First World War it was used as a…

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Mons Mill, Todmorden was a cotton spinning mill in Todmorden, Calderdale, West Yorkshire for the Hare Spinning Company Limited. It was built in 1907, but ran into financial difficulties. It passed over to the Mons Mill (1919) Co Ltd and then was…

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Mons Mill, Todmorden was a cotton spinning mill in Todmorden, Calderdale, West Yorkshire for the Hare Spinning Company Limited. It was built in 1907, but ran into financial difficulties. It passed over to the Mons Mill (1919) Co Ltd and then was…

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Mons Mill, Todmorden was a cotton spinning mill in Todmorden, Calderdale, West Yorkshire for the Hare Spinning Company Limited. It was built in 1907, but ran into financial difficulties. It passed over to the Mons Mill (1919) Co Ltd and then was…

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Mons Mill, Todmorden was a cotton spinning mill in Todmorden, Calderdale, West Yorkshire for the Hare Spinning Company Limited. It was built in 1907, but ran into financial difficulties. It passed over to the Mons Mill (1919) Co Ltd and then was…
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