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The Working Men's Club, East Road, 1974 (MoC565/74)

The Working Men’s Club and Institute

History of the Working Men's Club and Institute

1913:

The Working Men’s Club and Institute, Herbert H Frohock, custodian

The Working Men’s Club, East Road, 1974 (MoC606/74)

Fitzroy Street leads off to the left. Beyond the Club buildings have been demolished to widen the approach road to the roundabout.

Working Men’s Institute, East Road (MoC17.92.70)

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