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by Walter Gill

Free eBook Woodhouse in Leeds download ISBN: 0907339263
Author: Walter Gill
Publisher: D.& J.Thornton (June 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Imaginative Literature
Size MP3: 1639 mb
Size FLAC: 1192 mb
Rating: 4.8
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This is the perfect gift for Wodehouse readers and fans of all things cricket.

Redirected from Woodhouse Hill (Cricket Ground)). Woodhouse Hill was a stadium in the Hunslet district of Leeds which was used for cricket and rugby football. In the 1860s a cricket team named "Evening Star" used to play on Hunslet Moor. Later it moved to Woodhouse Hill, the home of another cricket club, "The Peep of Day . Woodhouse Hill was an enclosure adjacent to the Cemetery Tavern (now The Parnaby Tavern). Sometime later Evening Star changed its name to Hunslet .

Woodhouse is a largely residential area just north of the city centre of Leeds and home to the University of Leeds. It is in the Hyde Park and Woodhouse ward of City of Leeds metropolitan district

Woodhouse is a largely residential area just north of the city centre of Leeds and home to the University of Leeds. It is in the Hyde Park and Woodhouse ward of City of Leeds metropolitan district. The population of the ward at the 2011 Census was 25,914. The name Woodhouse is first attested around the 1170s as Wd(e)husa, Wd(e)huse, and Wudeusum. It is likely to derive from Old English wudu 'wood' and hūs 'houses'. It was described in 1853 as a "large and handsome village".

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