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Kirklees Information
8th November 2013
Huddersfield Local History Society
Meetings usually on the last Monday of the month at 7.30pm (except June to August and December).
Excursion in June, Saturday seminar in October and Christmas social event.
Journal published annually.
Other publications: 'Joseph Brook of Greenhead', by David Griffiths (£7.25); 'Liberty or Death: Radicals, Republicans and Luddites, 1793-1823' by Alan Brooke & Lesley Kipling (£9.95); 'Queen St Chapel & Mission', by Prof Edward Royle (£4.95); 'Huddersfield in the 1820s by Edward Law' (£6.95); Pioneers or Partisans? - Governing Huddersfield, 1820-48 by David Griffiths (£5.95); 'Joseph Kaye' by Edward Law (£3.10); 'John Benson Pritchett' by J.B. Eagles (£2.10); The Diary of a Quack Doctor - John Swift, Aurist of Newsome, edited by J. Stead (£6.95). Available from HLHS, 24 Sunnybank Rd, Huddersfield HD3 3DE or via website; prices include postage and packing.

Website

: http://www.huddersfieldhistory.org.uk

For more information, contact:
Publicity Officer
Mr David Griffiths
24 Sunnybank Rd ,
Huddersfield ,
HD3 3DE
Tel: 01484 540309
Email: huddshistory@gmail.com
Secretary
Hilary Haigh
30 Stonecliffe Drive ,
Middlestown ,
Wakefield ,
WF4 4QD
Email: huddshistorysecretary@gmail.com


History
The Society was founded in the 1970s by enthusiasts for the history of Huddersfield. It welcomes all who share this interest.

 
Events in Kirklees organised by this group:
Event Date & Time
History of the Farnley Estate at Huddersfield Town Hall 28/04/2014
School and school days in the New Mill valley at Huddersfield Town Hall 19/05/2014
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History and collecting
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Venue:
Huddersfield Town Hall Reception Room,
Corporation Street,
Huddersfield,
HD1 2TA
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