Low Moor Local History Group::

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Low Moor Local History Group meets on the 1st Friday of each month at Aldersgate Methodist Church, Common Road, Low Moor, Bradford. BD12 OTW.  £2.00 per session from September Meetings 2.30 to 4pm

 

Low Moor Local History Group was started in 1995 when we realised that many memories were in danger of being lost forever as people grew older and passed away.  Some of our first meetings were workshops where memories were recorded and photos scanned.  Over the years our membership has grown and another “generation” now attends.

We have an impressive lending library available at meetings and our members are always keen to try and identify faces on photographs which turn up from time to time. This has been particularly evident when we have published books and our members have managed to put names to several group photographs.  Follow these links for details of our publications

Books and DVDS   http://www.lmlhg.org.uk/publications.htm                              
Walks leaflets        http://www.lmlhg.org.uk/walks.htm

 

 

Our Programme for 2016-2017

 

2017    
Jan 6th Gas Lamps Philip Tordoff
Feb 3rd A Sanitary Man in the 1960s Geoff Twentyman
Mar 3rd More Bradford Men and Women Janet Senior
Apr 7th The Great Exhibition of 1851 David North
May 5th The History of Bradford Fire Brigade Chris Smith
Jun 2nd Bradford - City for Peace Stella Carpenter
Jul 7th Brighouse. A sleepy town - or is it? Noel Moroney
Aug 4th Annual Trip  
Sep 1st Building of the Bramhope Tunnel Geoff Forster
Oct 6th Local Hangmen Alan Cox
Nov 3rd Leeds and Liverpool Canal Mike Clarke
Dec 1st Bradford City of Film David Wilson


Our Map Days were very well received. If you miss them, do visit the website oldtowns.co.uk and follow the Bradford Map Collections link. Maps for this area are on the South West sheet and there are also some in the "Other Yorkshire OS Maps section - sheet 231 and 232.

for further details contact

 

Secretary, Mrs Anne Wigglesworth
email anne.wigglesworth@btinternet.com

 

Chairman, Mr Geoff Twentyman
email: chair@lmlhg.org.uk

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