My late father was admitted to Headingley Orphan Home in Leeds in 1913 and stayed until 1919 when he went to Canada. If anyone has a photograph I would be grateful. This is the information I have been given in case anyone is interested.
"Headingley Orphan Homes was founded by Anna Rebecca Whiting in 1865. In 1873 it moved to 55 Cliff Road in Headingley. The homes grew in size and by 1915 they had 4 separate buildings, one for small children, 2 for girls and another for boys. Mrs. Whiting was a Quaker and after she died in 1897 and her husband in 1899 her daughter took over control of the orphanage. Children at the orphanage attended day schools and Sunday school and did not wear a uniform. Many of the children were not orphans but came from disadvantaged backgrounds. The home closed in 1959 and a Trust was formed, to be known as the Headingley Orphanage Foundation, to administer the income from investments. This income was then used to make charitable grants to other orphanages or special schools that were charitable trusts."