ⓘ Chapeltown Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Chapeltown Barracks

The barracks were constructed by Craven and Co. in 1820. They were largely used by cavalry regiments until the 1880s by which time they were in a poor state of repair. It was from about that time that the cavalry school was used by elements of the Leeds Rifles, a Volunteer Force regiment. The Leeds Rifles moved to the Army Reserve Centre at Harewood Barracks in 1967 and the barracks were largely demolished in 1988.

                                     
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  • assistant manager Colin Harvey. 22 June 1987 Chapeltown riot: Race riots break out in the Chapeltown Leeds, West Yorkshire. 25 June A MORI poll shows
  • the A616 roundabout in Chapeltown and Ronseal owned by Sherwin - Williams is nearby further south on northern edge of Chapeltown MachineWorks in Sheffield
  • with Lord Sidmouth, the Home Secretary. On the way, Law stopped at the barracks of the Royston troop of volunteer yeomanry cavalry and requested they go
  • Barley Hall Colliery, North Eastern Division, National Coal Board. Chapeltown near Sheffield. Alfred Nye, Chargeman of Shipwrights, HM Dockyard, Rosyth
  • Walls. For services to Young People. Robert Seddon Walmsley, Director, Chapeltown and Harehills Enterprises Ltd. For services to Urban Regeneration. Joyce
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