Housing estates have been an integral part of British life for decades.
Many were built in the years after World War II to provide a better standard of living for millions of people. Some estates are success stories but others are among the most deprived places in the UK.
The Seacroft estate in Leeds was begun in the post-War years. It has continued to expand and around 18,000 people now live there. Part of it is judged to be within England's 10% most deprived locations.
Over the past two months, the BBC's Nicola Pearson has been spending time with people who live and work in Seacroft. These are some of their stories.
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