Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Leeds Blue Plaques

Leeds Civic Trust set up its Historic Plaques Scheme in 1987 to promote public awareness of the heritage of the city of Leeds. The first blue plaque, which marks Burley Bar - one of the boundaries of the medieval town - was unveiled in 1987. By January 2008, 110 plaques had been erected.
This plaque can be found in the Headrow outside the Leeds Building Society Offices

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