Almondbury Mechanics' Institute

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The Almondbury Mechanics' Institute was formed in September 1843. By April 1844, the institute had "upwards of seventy members" and lessons in reading, writing, grammar and arithmetic were being taught.[1]

The following advert was place in the local press at the start of 1846:[2]

WANTED, at the Almondbury Mechanics' Institution, an intelligent, active, and strictly moral Man and his Wife, to TEACH A DAY SCHOOL and superintend the Classes three nights a week. Salary £60 per Annum, with Dwelling and Coals free.

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Notes and References

  1. "Almondbury" in Leeds Times (27/Apr/1844).
  2. Leeds Mercury (10/Jan/1846).

Almondbury Mechanics' Institute

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