Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Pleasant Sunday Afternoon
The PSA, (Pleasant Sunday Afternoon) was a reformer's answer to men languishing in the pubs and families left at home.
Until the day it closed it was only 1d (old penny) to get in and enjoy all the activities with a cup of tea and biscuits thrown in.
The building was on Market Street, just lower down than the junction with Union Street.
These photographs come courtesy of the Hydonian blog.
For a relic of the PSA see Hyde Daily Photo.