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In the centre Nutclough Mill and above it the old Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel and Sunday School. Centre right Birchcliffe Road sweeps up and round. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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On the hillside on the left the Old Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel and Sunday School. On the far side Birchcliffe Road climbing up with Cliffe Street centre right. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Wesleyan Sunday School Procession, carrying their banner down Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall, which is bedecked with flags. Note the little girls in pinafore dresses, ladies in boaters, and men in cloth caps. Date unknown.

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HLS05146. Wesleyan Sunday School Procession, carrying their banner down Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall, which is bedecked with flags. Note the little girls in pinafore dresses, ladies in boaters, and men in cloth caps. Date unknown.

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The plaque reads:
TO THE MEMORY OF
SAMUEL, JOHN AND
JOSHUA FIELDEN
Constant Benefactors of
THE UNITARIAN
CHURCH AND SCHOOL
This Stone was laid by
S. ALFRED STEINTHAL
June 17th 1899

(Rev. Samuel Alfred Steinthal was a prominent…

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Situated just off Longfield Road, Todmorden this Grade II listed building was built in 1823 and was Todmorden’s first Unitarian Church.
The current - much larger - church was built in 1869 and this became the Sunday School. It is now apartments.
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