A reminder that next Wednesday’s (11th July) guest speaker talk will be given by History Society chairperson Joyce Newton, talking about the Church Green area of Keighley and its pivotal role as the social and commercial heart of the town.
The monthly talks are held on the second Wednesday of each month. They are held upstairs at Keighley Library. Doors open at 7pm and the talk starts at 7.30pm (usually lasting until around 8.30~8.45). Anyone can attend and there is an entrance fee of £3 (£1 if you are a History Society member). Tea and coffee is served before the talk starts.
Just a reminder that this Wednesday (9th May) sees David Scrimgeour visit us and give his talk on how Victorian photography evolved through the taking of portraits of asylum inmates. More details by clicking on the event listing to the right.
A reminder that the History Society’s guest speaker talk in April is about East Riddlesden Hall. The talk will be held upstairs at Keighley Library on Wednesday 11th April. Doors open at 7pm (use the side door on Albert Street) and the talk starts at 7.30pm. There is an admission charge of £3 (£1 for History Society members), which includes a cup of tea/coffee and a biscuit.
M&S may be a bit of a dirty word in Keighley right now, with the announcement of the closure of the town’s store, but there is an event at the cinema in the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford that might be of interest to people. On Wednesday the 18th of April, as part of the Golden Years Film Festival 2018, there is an event called ‘M&S on the Silver Screen’. The M&S Company Archive (based in Leeds where the company was founded) will be sharing highlights from their archive film collection showing vintage M&S adverts from the 1950s to the 1970s that were made to be shown in cinemas. Copy and paste the link below for more details. (And it’s free to attend!)