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The Co-op weaving shed is on the right. In 1919 the fustian weavers co-operative at Nutclough Mill was acquired by the Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS) but in 1967 the mill closed and the business transferred to Hebden Works seen here.

The…

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The Co-op weaving shed is on the right. In 1919 the fustian weavers co-operative at Nutclough Mill was acquired by the Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS) but in 1967 the mill closed and the business transferred to Hebden Works seen here.

The…

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Mytholmroyd Co-op circa 1910. From left, Robert Boulton, Percy Horsfall, Fred Haigh, Fred Stansfield, Lewis Ackroyd and Bob Hartley. Inside the boy is Harry Greenwood and a man nicknamed "Luggage" so called because he once ran from Hollock Lea to the…
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