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West Yorkshire Archive Service: Kirklees

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  • what your organisation does and who it’s for
  • when you meet
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Contact

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  1. Collects, preserves and administers the records of Kirklees Council and its predecessor authorities.

    Also family and estate papers, school records, enclosure awards, business records and collections relating to local societies, charities, trade unions, parish registers and nonconformist churches.

    Research Service available, please contact the office for further details.

    Open Mondays and Tuesdays 9.30am to 5pm, Callers by appointment only.
    (We ask people to contact us in advance due to limited space and the fact that many of our records are held off site and aren’t immediately available.)


Contacts

West Yorkshire Archive Service

Huddersfield Library Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield HD1 2SU

0113 535 0150

Organisation last updated

  1. 05 August 2019

Normally we add categories for you when the entry is set up, but you have the option to edit them. Very occasionally some categories have restricted usage and we’ll let you know if we feel there’s a problem.

The categories are tiered with the broadest first. Click on the plus sign till you find the specific categories that best suit your group.

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Events and activities

Your events will appear on our ‘What’s on’ pages. You can include anything that people come along to see, such as festivals, shows, fairs, talks and concerts.

Choose + Add event to add details of your event, step by step.

You’ll need to fill in these details:

  • Event name
  • Description - what your event is
  • Dates and times
  • Admission details
  • Venue
  • Contact

You can then Publish your event straight away or choose Save and edit to add more details first. You can add more event information at any time, including:

  • Images
  • Facilities
  • Links and PDF documents

Events

Activities

Regular meetings or activities, usually on a weekly or monthly basis, and exhibitions of more than a week.

Your activities will appear on our ‘Things to do’ pages. You can include any regular ongoing activities that people can join in with, such as scouts and guides, youth clubs, craft groups, dancing, sports clubs and gardening clubs.

Choose + Add activity to add details of your activity, step by step.

You’ll need to fill in these details:

  • Activity name
  • Description – what your activity is
  • Dates and times
  • Admission details
  • Venue
  • Contact

You can then Publish your activity straight away or choose Save and edit to add more details first. You can add more activity information at any time, including:

  • Images
  • Facilities
  • Links and PDF documents

Venue

If you want to change your venue or add a new one please use the postcode / street name field to see a list of venues. This should cover all venues in Kirklees, but if you can’t find the venue you need please contact Community Directory, and we will advise or add it for you.

  1. Huddersfield Library, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield, HD1 2SU
    1. All key services are accessible. Wheelchair access
    2. There is a toilet which can be accessed by people with disabilities including wheelchair users. This means that it complies with the standards set out in Part M of the Building Regulations,'Access to and use of buildings. Fully accessible toilet
    Wheelchair access to Huddersfield Library is round the outer wall on the right hand side. On entering at the lower ground floor, turn left for the disabled persons' toilet, and the lift.

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