Cawdry Buildings, Leek

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Date:1900 - 1920 (c.)

Description:View of the bottom of Derby Street (Sparrow Park), with the public baths on the left. In the centre is the public weighbridge, with St. Luke's Church, the Bethesda Schools and Brough's Mill in the background. The cattle market and other local events such as fairs were held in this area for many years during the 1800s, and Cawdry House originally stood where the Cawdry Buildings are now.


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Unidentified procession, Derby Street, Leek
Unidentified procession, Derby Street, Leek

The parade is either to celebrate the accession or coronation of George V, as the ...

Derby Street, Leek
Derby Street, Leek

This view of the far-end of Derby Street shows the area in front of the War Memorial, ...

Derby Street, Leek
Derby Street, Leek

The town centre's roundabout at the junction of Derby Street, Haywood Street, Ball ...

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Donor ref:LP-2-11k (28/5201)

Source: Leek Library

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