Huddersfield Chronicle (22/May/1880) – Public Notices: Beaumont Park

A week before the sod cutting ceremony, the name “Beaumont Park” was formally announced via a public notice in recognition that the land was donated by Henry F. Beaumont. The notice was repeated during the week.


BOROUGH OF HUDDERSFIELD.

PUBLIC NOTICE.

The inhabitants of the borough are respectfully informed that Mrs. H. F. BEAUMONT, of Whitley-Beaumont, has kindly consented, at the request of the Corporation, to
CUT THE FIRST SOD
Of the New Park, at Dungeon Wood, which her husband
H. F. BEAUMONT, Esq.,
Has generously presented to the Corporation as a
PUBLIC PARK,
And to which the Council, with the permission of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Beaumont, have given the name of
“THE BEAUMONT PARK.”

The Ceremony has been fixed to take place in the afternoon of Saturday, the 29th of May instant, and it is proposed (weather permitting) to form a procession to escort Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont from the Town Hall to the Park on the occasion.
Public Bodies, Volunteer Forces, Friendly Orders, and other Associations and Parties willing to take part in the
PROCESSION,
Will please communicate with the Town Clerk, on or before Tuesday, the 25th May instant.
By order, JOSEPH BATLEY, Town Clerk.

Town Hall, Huddersfield, May 20th, 1880.


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