Wells – (2)

Wells Undated

Title Wells
Date Undated
Location Guiseley
Photo ID X89
Comment View of the wells after restoration.
Wells Undated

X90 – Wells, Undated.

Wells – Undated

Guiseley wells showing the troughs of spring water.

Wells 2004

J220 – Wells, 2004.

Wells – 2004

Guiseley Wells with floral displays which were part of the Guiseley in Bloom enterprise.

Wells 2004

R376 – Wells, 2004.

Wells – 2004

View of the ancient wells after restoration by members of Aireborough Rotary Club including Jeff Brook, Ken Moore and other volunteers.

Wells 2013

FBA236 – Wells, 2013.

Wells – 2013

Three images of the ancient Guiseley Wells, still flowing with clear water.

Wells 2013

FBA237 – Wells, 2013.

Wells – 2013

As above.

Wells 2013

FBA238 – Wells, 2013.

Wells – 2013

As above.

Wells 2013

H213 – Wells, 2013.

Wells – 2013

“The sentiment on the slate inset into the seat (which was finally put in place in March 2013)  was endorsed when I submitted it to a Project Guiseley meeting around May 2000.

It was carved on the slate by Mr J Kennedy, my next door neighbour, he also provided the slate which came from the Leeds School of Medicine Pathology Department where his wife taught Pathology.      The central characters (zoomorphic Celtic / Saxon ) on the carving in the background were scaled from a fragment of one of the arms  of the cross which was  discovered in the north wall of St. Oswald’s Church when it was extended in 1908.

Wells 2015

U292 – Wells, 2015.

Wells – 2015

Historic wells looking their best after restoration in 2000.

Photographer Phil Walker.

Wells 2015

U293 – Wells, 2015.

Wells – 2015

As above.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 24 February 2022.
Last updated: 24 February 2022.

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