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Possibly the oldest picture in the Pennine Horizons Archive.

Whit Monday 1856 with 3000 Sunday School scholars and teachers with banners, gathered in The Croft, or more correctly the White Horse Croft. Seen here looking over to the rear of…
L to R: David Fletcher; Carol South; Margaret (Meg) Phipps; Mary Hurst; Sandra Lomas; Hilary Darby; Christine Booth; ?
Possibly from the 1890s.
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.
The rear of the centre from Chapel Avenue. Probably 1980s.
Detail of the arch over what is now the mezzanine floor.
Talk by David Fletcher being given to a group
Talk by David Fletcher being given to a group.
Tables laid for dining, probably in the 19809s.
Local business exhibition in the 1980s.
On the left is David Fletcher and seated left is David Shutt.
The gallery pews were retained.
The hostel so9on after its conversion in the 1980s.
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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