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  • editing the nowthen page

    Posted by: Rastrick Local History Group on 7th November, 2012

    RALHG now has two notices about the Library Centenary Week. I know how to post messages but not how to delete them when they become redundant. Anyone can advise?

  • Centenary Week at Rastrick Library 17-24 November

    Posted by: Rastrick Local History Group on 7th November, 2012

    Greetings Everyone! We still have tickets for Nick Barrett, of TV "Who do you think you are?" fame, at Rastrick library 7pm Wednesday 21 November. There is also room on the guided walk of part of Rastrick, 1.30pm Saturday 17th. Tickets for the talk available from Rastrick Library; for the walk just turn up. You are, of course, also welcome at any of the other sessions.

  • Kirkburton History Group

    Posted by: Kirkburton History Group on 19th October, 2012

    ARMISTICE WEEK END at THE HUB KIRKBURTON Friday 9th Nov - 10am till 4pm - Exhibition and Coffee Saturday 10th Nov - 10am till 12pm - Exhibition and Coffee Sunday 11th Nov - 12am till 2pm - Exhibition and Coffee

  • Put Thornton on the Map!

    Posted by: Lorraine Greenald on 24th September, 2012

    Join artist Denise Oukhaba and help us to create a giant heritage map of Thornton, past and present, on the walls of the community room at South Square Centre as part of the The Big Draw. Drop in and Draw Workshops on Sunday 7 October, 10.00 - 4.00; Saturday 20 October 1.00 - 5.00; Saturday 27 October 10.00 - 4.00. Free activity suitable for all ages. All materials supplied.

  • Heritage Weekend - Walk Round Low Moor

    Posted by: Low Moor Local History Group on 30th August, 2012

    Sunday 9th September 2pm at Aldersgate Methodist Church, Common Road/Cleckheaton Road, Low Moor BD12 0TW. The Low Moor Company founded in 1790 was one of the largest ironwork in the world. Although long gone we will look at its legacy in the area. A visit to Low Moor Holy Trinity Church (formerley Wibsey Chapel, originally built in 1606) is included. Walk approx 2 to 2.5 hrs long.