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Park Features To Be Registered as Historic Environment Records

Good news to start 2012.   The West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Service has told us that they will be registering both the milk churn stand, and Clapper Brow with historical environment records (HER monument records). Because of the name, the lie … Continue reading

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Appeal – Can You Remember Way Back When?

At the top of the Park is an area we have called the ‘sheepfold’ entrance (although, in truth, waller Martyn Hornsby-Smith tells us the walls are probably too low for that).  On old maps it looks like a triangular walled … Continue reading

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Ah, Ha, That’s What It Is !!

We have puzzled and puzzled over a feature on Kelcliffe Lane at the top of the Park:   four pillars with an iron bolt coming out of the top of each.  Many of us remember a structure of wood across … Continue reading

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