|Title||Fete Working Party|
|Comment||A working party of people who organised a village Fete seen in the grounds of Guiseley Rectory.|
K19 – Fete Working Party, 1910.
Fete Working Party – 1910
Some of these ladies were Sunday School teachers with their pupils, others belonged to the Friendly Society Working Party who organised a village Fete.
The money raised was used to help defray the cost of extensions to St. Oswald.s Church.
In the background is Guiseley Rectory.
Re K18 & K19
Christine Lovedale: Both of these photos were taken outside the old Rectory.
In image K18 the ladies were Sunday School teachers at St. Oswald’s Church.
The woman 3rd in from the left is Miss Mary Howson, the sister of James Francis Howson. When he became Rector of Guiseley in 1907 she came with him to assist in Parish duties, following his death in 1934 she returned to London where she died later in the year.
K18 shows the Sunday School teachers with members of the Friendly Society Working Party who organised a village fete.
The money was used to help defray the cost of extensions and renovations to St Oswalds Church. Miss Howson appears in this photo 3rd row down and 7th in from the right.
Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 17 April 2022.
Last updated: 17 April 2022.