Lees Infants school (on site of Telephone Exchange)
i attended this school in my early years,i remember warming up on the steam pipes that ran round the classroom,we lived at 3 cecil street.
mr michael john stanley
I also went to the school, and can remember the rocking horse, I am 58 now. My granddad owned lees farm Crossroads. I would like to know if anyone knows where the hostel use to be at Haworth. As my mum came from Dublin and lived they until she married my dad, Maurice Greenwood. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi. Kathleen. There used to be a hostel in Mytholmes used to live in the Mytholmes in the 60's and went to the 'Hostel' run by Miss Liddle and her mum, at that time it was for italian mill workers, and we went there when our parent went to work in the mill up providence lane (no longer there apart from the Chimney) . Don't know the street name, but it is the one which looks down onto the park and the very bottom house which is larger than the others, hope this helps.
Hi Kathleen The hostel where the Irish girls came to was at Longlands at the top of the Syke, Haworth Road.I think it is now the YHA but I am out of touch after a lifetime away. I knew Maurice well and he used to take me to rabbit shows on his motor bike. Cheers, Bill
My mum and my aunty are in the photo Gladys and Nora Pickles they lived at Daisy Street.
Please could I have a copy of the photo for my family tree. Thanks
Would it possible to get a copy of this photo please . My mum and Auntie sre in the photo thanks email@example.com
I LIVE OPPOSITE FROM THE SITE OF THE SCHOOL,IT IS NOW CALLED EAST LEES HALL,DOES ANY ONE HAVE PICTURES OF THE BUILDING BEFORE IT WAS CONVERTED.IT WAS BUILT IN 1898,ANY PHOTO WOULD BE WELCOMED MANY THANKS..STEVE