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Online talks from Huddersfield Local History Society

About the event

Earlier talks of the 2020/21 season are currently available to be watched free on the Society's website.

Because of the continuing uncertainty as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, our talks programme (with the exception of the initial lecture) will take place online until the end of 2021.

* Talks listed for 2022 may take place online or in person depending on the decision taken.

Please click on the link under Further Information for latest details and to access tonight's talk live or at any time afterwards.

Dates and venues

  • Monday 27 September 2021 , Earlier talks available to watch at any time and also tonight's talk Servants of Edgerton: Discovering the women who served the Huddersfield elite — Beverley Norris.
  • Monday 25 October 2021 , Earlier talks available to watch at any time and also tonight's talk Fighting the flames: a history of fire fighting in Huddersfield — Chris Smith.
  • Monday 29 November 2021 , Earlier talks available to watch at any time and also tonight's talk “Fired with Love Unfeigned”: Discovering the Life and Labours of the Revd Henry Venn, Vicar of St Peter’s Parish Church, Huddersfield 1759-1771 — Lewis Allen
  • Monday 28 February 2022 , The Irish in Huddersfield — John Lambe.
  • Monday 28 March 2022 , Financing Huddersfield’s industrialisation: Learning from the banking crash of 1826 — Stephen Caunce
  • Monday 25 April 2022 , “Rise Now from Your Slumber”: Peterloo, Song and Protest (Annual Luddite Memorial Lecture) — Alison Morgan
  • Monday 30 May 2022 , Celebrating 100 Years of the Tolson Memorial Museum, the museum of Huddersfield — Ann Denham

Further information

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Themes

Learning and interest Events related to education and careers, as well as learning for fun. Also, talks, guided walks, and events of historical or other interest.