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This church was first established arond 1180 and the main part of the building is believed to have been built in the 14th and 15th centuries.

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Built in 1820 and closed in March 1959. demolished in1971. Off-shoot of Slack Chapel. Ref: 039a

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Built in 1820 and closed in March 1959. demolished in1971. It was an off-shoot of Slack Chapel.

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Taken from the top of the tower of the new church 128BM. Occupying a dominant hill-top site within an ancient Pennine weaving community, the parochial chapel of Heptonstall was the third ecclesiastical edifice to be erected in…

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Monuments in the churchyard of the ruined church of St Thomas a Becket, Heptonstall

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View from Moss Lane probably early 1890s. On the hillside on the left the Stubbings estate built during the 1880s and climbing up the hill Cliffe Street and above that Blenheim Street. Nutclough Mill has extensions to left and right.

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This Grade II listed chapel is situated off Northgate, Heptonstall, and is one of the earliest Wesleyan chapels in the country. John Wesley laid the foundation stone for the unusual octagonal building which was completed in 1764, since when it has…

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Hepton R.D. Walker Lane C.R. (Unclas), Reconstruction works at Chiserley. Looking North at Methodist Church. "Before" photo taken 10/4/53. Although individual workers were rarely in a position to buy their own cottages, friendly societies and…
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