An album has been added to our Flickr digital archive of photographs taken at the time of the demolition of Bronte Middle School in Oakworth. Click on the image to see more.
The Keighley and District Local History was formed in 2004 to mark the centenary of the town’s Carnegie Library. Some photographs from the early years, taken by then secretary Barbara Klempka have been added to our digital archive on Flickr. Click on the image below to look through the album.
If you have any memories of the History Society’s early days please share below.
OUR MEMBERSHIP YEAR STARTS IN JANUARY
You can also treat yourself to Membership or buy for someone else as a gift and we will send or email you or them a gift certificate.
(If the Membership is bought as a gift please indicate in details box both your details/email and those of the recipient specifying which is which and which email to send the Certificate too. Thankyou.)
WE WILL BE THERE RAIN OR SHINE (hopefully shine)
We will be in our brand new large BRIGHT ORANGE gazebo, so we shouldn’t be too difficult to find! So this year we should also be RAINPROOF, your all welcome to come and hide if it does get as bad as last year, you can browse while your sheltering. We will be selling 2018 Calendars featuring Stanley R Boardman’s work. Do come early before they are all gone.
We have better displays, a tombola, thngss just for fun and there may even be costumes involved.
We are using the show to launch our new Logo and as the pre-launch of a project to involve schools and communities in our Local History, particularly from the 1950s onwards, Come along and find out about it, maybe we can help each other.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF TIME AND VENUE
click on the Calendar entry for mapaug17
Try out our new Calendar
We will put all our Speakers Meeting and other events on here. As well as local events that you may be interested in.
To get the details just hover over the date and it will bring you up brief details. If you want more click on the item.
As many of you will know we have been having problems with our website, through no fault of our own.
Unfortunately this means that we will have to rebuild the site.
This takes time so please bear with us.